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Traducción de "rain" - Diccionario Inglés-Chino Tradicional

rain

noun [U]     /reɪn/
drops of water from clouds 雨;雨水 Rain is forecast for tomorrow. 預報明天會下雨。 Come inside out of the rain. 進屋來,別在雨裡淋著。 We had heavy/light rain all day. 我們這裡傾盆大雨/毛毛細雨整整下了一天。 We got caught in pouring/torrential (= a lot of) rain without either raincoats or umbrellas. 我們既沒帶雨衣也沒帶傘,正趕上大雨滂沱,淋成了落湯雞。 There will be showers of rain/rain showers (= short periods of rain) in the east. 東部地區將有陣雨。 It looks like rain (= as if rain is going to fall). 天看起來好像要下雨。 Rain
the rains [plural]
the season of the year in tropical countries when there is a lot of rain (熱帶地區的)雨季 Villagers are now waiting for the rains to come so that the rice will grow. 村民們正在等待雨季的到來,那時稻子才能生長。 This is the third year in a row that the rains have failed. 這是連續第三個年頭雨季沒有下雨了。 The seasonsRain
Traducciones de “rain”
en árabe مَطَر…
en coreano 비…
in Malaysian hujan, hujan lebat…
en francés pluie…
en turco yağmur…
en italiano pioggia…
en ruso дождь…
en polaco deszcz…
in Vietnamese cơn mưa, như cơn mưa…
en español lluvia…
en portugués chuva…
in Thai ฝน, สิ่งที่ตกลงมาเหมือนฝนเท…
en alemán der Regen…
en catalán pluja…
en japonés 雨…
in Indonesian hujan…
en chino (simplificado) 雨, 雨水…
(Definition of rain noun from the Diccionario Cambridge Inglés-Chino (tradicionál) © Cambridge University Press)
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