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shower

verb [I or T, usually + adv/prep] (FALL) 落下     /ʃaʊər/ US  /ʃaʊr/
to fall down or come out in a shower 像陣雨般降落或拋灑 I heard a massive explosion, and seconds later fragments of glass were showering (= falling) down on us. 我聽到了巨大的爆炸聲,幾秒鐘後,玻璃碎片紛紛散落在我們身上。 She shook the bottle violently and showered us with champagne. 她用力晃動酒瓶,向我們噴灑香檳。 Falling and droppingMoving downwardsMoving downwardsFalling and dropping
Traducciones de “shower”
en árabe يَستَحِمّ…
en coreano 샤워 하다…
in Malaysian mandi hujan…
en francés prendre une douche…
en turco duş almak, banyo yapmak…
en italiano fare la doccia…
en ruso принимать душ…
en polaco brać prysznic…
in Vietnamese tắm vòi hoa sen…
en español ducharse…
en portugués tomar um banho…
in Thai อาบน้ำ (ฝักบัว)…
en alemán duschen…
en catalán dutxar-se…
en japonés シャワーを浴びる…
in Indonesian dengan pancaran…
en chino (simplificado) 落下, 阵雨般的东西降落…
(Definition of shower verb (FALL) from the Diccionario Cambridge Inglés-Chino (tradicionál) © Cambridge University Press)
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