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Translation of "snow" - English-Mandarin Chinese dictionary

snow

noun (WEATHER) 天气     /snəʊ/ US  /snoʊ/
[U] the small soft white pieces of ice which sometimes fall from the sky when it is cold, or the white layer on the ground and other surfaces which it forms 雪;积雪 Outside the snow began to fall. 外面开始下雪了。 Let's go and play in the snow! 我们一起去玩雪吧! A blanket of snow lay on the ground. 地上积着厚厚的一层雪。 Her hair was jet-black, her lips ruby-red and her skin as white as snow. 她头发乌黑,嘴唇红润如宝石,肌肤洁白如雪。 Snow and iceCold
[C] a single fall of snow 一场雪 We haven't had many heavy snows this winter. 今年冬天我们这儿没下过几场大雪。 Snow and iceCold
Translations of “snow”
in Arabic ثَلْج…
in Korean 눈…
in Malaysian salji…
in French neige…
in Turkish kar…
in Italian neve…
in Chinese (Traditional) 天氣, 雪, 積雪…
in Russian снег…
in Polish śnieg…
in Vietnamese tuyết…
in Spanish nieve…
in Portuguese neve…
in Thai หิมะ…
in German der Schnee…
in Catalan neu…
in Japanese 雪…
in Indonesian salju…
(Definition of snow noun (WEATHER) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Simplified) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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