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it poured down

  • 1 diluviar

    v.
    to pour with rain.
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    verbo intransitivo (Used only in 3rd person singular; it does not take a subject)
    1 to pour with rain, pour down
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    verbo intransitivo to pour (with rain)
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    = the heavens + open, rain + cats and dogs, rain + pour down, pour down, pour down with + rain.
    Ex. These are some of the shots I took before the heavens opened and we bolted for the car.
    Ex. Two years in a row now it has rained cats and dogs leading up to this event.
    Ex. While the rain poured down, the course never became unplayable because of unseasonably dry weather over the winter in San Diego.
    Ex. It poured down just after 9:30pm and the roads were like rivers.
    Ex. Perhaps inevitably as soon as the washing was hanging up, the sky darkened and it started to pour down with rain.
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    * empezar a diluviar = the skies + open up.
    * * *
    verbo intransitivo to pour (with rain)
    * * *
    = the heavens + open, rain + cats and dogs, rain + pour down, pour down, pour down with + rain.

    Ex: These are some of the shots I took before the heavens opened and we bolted for the car.

    Ex: Two years in a row now it has rained cats and dogs leading up to this event.
    Ex: While the rain poured down, the course never became unplayable because of unseasonably dry weather over the winter in San Diego.
    Ex: It poured down just after 9:30pm and the roads were like rivers.
    Ex: Perhaps inevitably as soon as the washing was hanging up, the sky darkened and it started to pour down with rain.
    * empezar a diluviar = the skies + open up.

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    diluviar [A1 ]
    vi
    to pour, pour with rain, pour down
    no salgas, que está diluviando don't go out, it's pouring
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    diluviar ( conjugate diluviar) verbo intransitivo
    to pour (with rain)
    diluviar verbo impersonal to pour with rain
    ' diluviar' also found in these entries:
    English:
    rain down
    - pour
    * * *
    diluviar v impersonal
    to pour with rain;
    está diluviando it's pouring with rain
    * * *
    v/i pour down
    * * *
    diluviar v impers
    : to pour (with rain), to pour down

    Spanish-English dictionary > diluviar

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