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monsoon

Pronunciation: /mɑːnˈsuːn; mɒnˈsuːn/

Translation of monsoon in Spanish:

noun/nombre

  • monzón (masculine) (before noun/delante del nombre) monsoon season estación (feminine) de los monzones
    Example sentences
    • So it's been a long summer, a long hot summer, and once the hot season ends then the monsoon is just now come.
    • Following the dry season, the monsoons hit the community in full force; several people drowned, trapped in the city's storm water runoff channels.
    • India's dramatic seasons of drought and monsoon can destroy everything a person owns.

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