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raindrop
American English: /ˈreɪnˌdrɑp/
British English: /ˈreɪndrɒp/

Translation of raindrop in Spanish:

noun

  • gota (feminine) de lluvia
    Example sentences
    • The first thunderclap brought down raindrops and hailstones as big as marbles.
    • These days one moves in and out of pop culture the way one dodges raindrops in a downpour.
    • The wind shifted and a single raindrop came through the window and landed exactly on the candlewick, extinguishing it.

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