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fog

noun [C or U] (WEATHER) 天气     /fɒɡ/ US  /fɑːɡ/
a weather condition in which very small drops of water come together to form a thick cloud close to the land or sea, making it difficult to see Thick/Heavy/Dense fog has made driving conditions dangerous. 浓雾使开车颇为危险。 Mists, freezing fogs and snow are common in this area. 薄雾、寒雾和雪在这个地区很常见。 It took several hours for the fog to lift. 几个小时以后雾才散去。 Clouds, dew, fog and steam
Translations of “fog”
in Arabic ضَباب…
in Korean 안개…
in Malaysian kabus…
in French brouillard…
in Turkish sis…
in Italian nebbia…
in Chinese (Traditional) 天氣, 霧…
in Russian туман…
in Polish mgła…
in Vietnamese sương mù…
in Spanish niebla…
in Portuguese neblina, névoa…
in Thai หมอก…
in German der Nebel…
in Catalan boira…
in Japanese 霧…
in Indonesian kabut…
(Definition of fog noun (WEATHER) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Simplified) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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