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  • rain — rainless, adj. rainlessness, n. /rayn/, n. 1. water that is condensed from the aqueous vapor in the atmosphere and falls to earth in drops more than 1/50 in. (0.5 mm) in diameter. Cf. drizzle (def. 6). 2. a rainfall, rainstorm, or shower: We had… …   Universalium

  • St Peter's College, Auckland — Infobox NZ school name = St Peters College badge = motto = To Love and To Serve ( Amare et Servire ) type = Integrated Catholic Boys Secondary (Year 7 13) established = 1939 address = Mountain Road, Epsom, Auckland, New Zealand principal = K. F.… …   Wikipedia

  • Raining animals — Rain of fish in Singapore, as described by local inhabitants Raining animals is a rare meteorological phenomenon in which flightless animals rain from the sky. Such occurrences have been reported from many countries throughout history. One… …   Wikipedia

  • Tierregen — Fischregen in Singapur in der Beschreibung von Einheimischen Der Begriff Tierregen bezeichnet ein seltenes meteorologisches Phänomen, bei dem (oft flugunfähige) Tiere vom Himmel „regnen“. Hierüber liegen historische Berichte und moderne Belege… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • rain — 1 /reIn/ noun 1 (U) water that falls in small drops from clouds in the sky: Rain is forecast for tomorrow. | We ve had 5 inches of rain in two days! | We got caught in the rain and I m soaked through. | it looks like rain! spoken (=it is probably …   Longman dictionary of contemporary English

  • rain — rain1 W2S2 [reın] n [: Old English; Origin: regn] 1.) [U] water that falls in small drops from clouds in the sky ▪ a night of wind and rain in the rain ▪ I left my bicycle out in the rain. heavy/torrential/pouring rain (=a lot of rain) ▪ There… …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • rain — rain1 [ reın ] noun *** uncount water that falls in drops from clouds in the sky: Drops of rain ran down the window pane. Outside the rain continued to fall steadily. heavy/torrential/pouring rain (=a lot of rain): Heavy rain has been forecast… …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • rain — {{11}}rain (n.) O.E. regn, from P.Gmc. *regna (Cf. O.S. regan, O.N. regn, O.Fris. rein, M.Du. reghen, Ger. regen, Goth. rign rain ), with no certain cognates outside Germanic, unless it is from a presumed PIE *reg moist, wet, which may be the… …   Etymology dictionary

  • rain — n. & v. n. 1 a the condensed moisture of the atmosphere falling visibly in separate drops. b the fall of such drops. 2 (in pl.) a rainfalls. b (prec. by the) the rainy season in tropical countries. 3 a falling liquid or solid particles or objects …   Useful english dictionary

  • rain — I UK [reɪn] / US noun Word forms rain : singular rain plural rains *** a) [uncountable] water that falls in drops from clouds in the sky Drops of rain ran down the window pane. Outside the rain continued to fall steadily. heavy/torrential/pouring …   English dictionary

  • rain — ► NOUN 1) the condensed moisture of the atmosphere falling visibly in separate drops. 2) (rains) falls of rain. 3) a large quantity of things falling or descending: a rain of blows. ► VERB 1) (it rains, it is raining …   English terms dictionary


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