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rainy
American English: /ˈreɪni/
British English: /ˈreɪni/

Translation of rainy in Spanish:

adjective -nier, -niest

  • (weather/day)
    Example sentences
    • I'm in Houston and we got our first bit of cold, rainy winter weather this week.
    • What better way to spend a rainy holiday summer afternoon in Salcombe or Lowestoft?
    • The rainy weather definitely seems to have moved on as it is sunny this morning.

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