Definition of downpour in English:

downpour

Syllabification: down·pour
Pronunciation: /ˈdounpôr
 
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noun

A heavy rainfall: a sudden downpour had filled the gutters and drains
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  • Rain falls in sharp downpours, however, and doesn't preclude year-round tourism.
  • Some supercells produce little rain, others, downpours that can cause flash floods.
  • One of the major reasons for the, often, very heavy showers and downpours that characterise April is the position of the jet stream.
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