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Traducción en español de “shower”

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shower

noun /ˈʃauə/
a short fall (of rain)
chubasco, chaparrón
I got caught in a shower on my way here.
anything resembling such a fall of rain
lluvia
a shower of sparks a shower of bullets.
a bath in which water is sprayed down on the bather from above
ducha
I’m just going to have/take a shower.
the equipment used for such a bath
ducha
We’re having a shower fitted in the bathroom.
showery adjective raining from time to time
lluvioso
showery weather.
showerproof adjective (of material, a coat etc) which will not be soaked by a light shower of rain.
(Definition of shower from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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