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Translation of "fog" - English-Spanish dictionary

fog

noun [no plural]   /fɒɡ/
A2 a thick cloud close to the ground that makes it difficult to see niebla The fog should lift (= clear) by this afternoon.
foggy adjective /ˈfɒɡ·i/ ( comparative foggier, superlative foggiest)
A2 de niebla a foggy day
(Definition of fog from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

fog

noun /foɡ/
a thick cloud of moisture or water vapour/vapor in the air which makes it difficult to see niebla I had to drive very slowly because of the fog.
foggy adjective ( comparative foggier, superlative foggiest)
full of, or covered with, fog nebuloso, brumoso, de niebla It is very foggy tonight.
fog-bound adjective
unable to move or function because of fog inmovilizado por la niebla The plane is fog-bound.
fog-horn noun
a horn used as a warning to or by ships in fog. sirena de niebla
(Definition of fog from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
Translations of “fog”
in Korean 안개…
in Arabic ضَباب…
in Malaysian kabus…
in French brouillard…
in Russian туман…
in Chinese (Traditional) 天氣, 霧…
in Italian nebbia…
in Turkish sis…
in Polish mgła…
in Vietnamese sương mù…
in Portuguese neblina, névoa…
in Thai หมอก…
in German der Nebel…
in Catalan boira…
in Japanese 霧…
in Chinese (Simplified) 天气, 雾…
in Indonesian kabut…
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