rain

All Noun Verb
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  • He also collected old rain fall records going back over a hundred years.
  • There is, however, more rain in the south-east than the north-west.
  • Half of the rain in a particular year can often fall into a single storm.
  • There is very little rain during the rest of the year.
  • The remaining rain forest contains a great number of unique plant species.
  • When the rain comes, if it comes, it can be very strong.
  • A year, or even several years, may pass without any rain in some locations.
  • In between each song there is a sound of rain.
  • The mountains created a rain shadow that killed most of the trees.
  • The rain season for the northern coast is from November to January.
  • There are about of rain, almost all in mid-winter.
  • For the rest of the country, the rain season is from May to November.
  • Rain or standing water will put out some fire and explosive-based attacks.
  • The greater part of the region has less than of rain annually.
  • Although rain occurs all year long, the first six months of the year are relatively dry.
  • It can rain at any time of the year.
  • He finished 3rd after rain caused the race to be cut short.
  • When it rained, water ran across the ground right through the assembly area.
  • However, as previously mentioned they are capable of flying in the rain.
  • On average more than of rain falls in the north.
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Meaning of rain

  • noun Water falling in drops from vapor condensed in the atmosphere
  • noun Drops of fresh water that fall as precipitation from clouds
  • noun Anything happening rapidly or in quick successive
    a rain of bullets, a pelting of insults
  • verb Precipitate as rain
    If it rains much more, we can expect some flooding