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torrentialadjective

uk   /təˈren.ʃəl/  us   /tɔːˈren.ʃəl/
C2 used to refer to very ​heavyrain: torrential ​rain a torrential ​downpour/​storm
(Definition of torrential from the Cambridge Advanced Learners Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “torrential”
in Arabic غَزير…
in Korean 폭우, 호우…
in Portuguese torrencial, diluviano…
in Catalan torrencial…
in Japanese 激しい, 激流のような…
in Chinese (Simplified) (雨)倾泻似的,如注的…
in Turkish sel gibi…
in Russian проливной (дождь)…
in Chinese (Traditional) (雨)傾瀉似的,如注的…
in Italian torrenziale…
in Polish ulewny, rzęsisty…
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