sustantivo (plural altocumuli /-ˌlī/)
Cloud forming a layer of rounded masses with a level base, occurring at medium altitude, usually 6,500–23,000 feet (2-7 km).
Más ejemplos en oraciones
- No altocumulus cloud anywhere in Earth's real atmosphere would be caught dead above 20,000 feet.
- By the time we had a task and were ready to rock the wind had backed off to only 10 km/h, and with the sun being blocked from wide spread altocumulus clouds conditions suddenly were barely soarable.
- It is caused by light shining through thin altocumulus, which causes the light to bend as it passes through the water droplets within the cloud.
late 19th century: from modern Latin alto- (from Latin altus 'high') + cumulus.
Definición de altocumulus en:
- el diccionario Inglés británico e internacional