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sleet
American English: /slit/
British English: /sliːt/

Translation of sleet in Spanish:

noun

uncountable

impersonal verb

  • it is/was sleeting
    cae/caía aguanieve
    Example sentences
    • For all I cared it could've been sleeting down and blowing a gale: I felt better than I had for a long time.
    • But it's been sleeting for the last ten minutes and you've been standing out in it.
    • It was sleeting, and my team spotted a ribbon of smoke in the forest and wheeled off the road to a campfire, around which huddled six Lithuanian cyclists.
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