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overcast

Translation of overcast in Spanish:

adjective

American English: /ˈoʊvərˌkæst/
, /ˌoʊvərˈkæst/
British English: /ˈəʊvəkɑːst/
  • (sky)
    (day)
    it was overcast
    Example sentences
    • They ran in silence with their unresolved arguments hanging over them like the grey, dreary overcast sky.
    • In spite of the overcast skies and chilly weather, the Scots came through on top, beating the Cobbers 4-0.
    • Conditions were in contrast to the recent good Irish weather; overcast skies, cool temperatures and a slight headwind, which suited the Irish.

transitive verb past tense & past participle -cast

American English: /ˌoʊvərˈkæst/
British English: /əʊvəˈkɑːst/

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