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  1. cloud

    • IPA[klaʊd]

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    • n.
      a visible mass of condensed watery vapour floating in the atmosphere, typically high above the general level of the ground;an indistinct or billowing mass, especially of smoke or dust
    • v.
      (of the sky) become overcast or gloomy;darken (the sky) with cloud
    • noun: cloud, plural noun: clouds

    • verb: cloud, 3rd person present: clouds, gerund or present participle: clouding, past tense: clouded, past participle: clouded

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    • n.
      名詞
    • 1. a visible mass of condensed watery vapour floating in the atmosphere, typically high above the general level of the ground:

      the sun had disappeared behind a cloud

      the sky was almost free of cloud

    • 2. an indistinct or billowing mass, especially of smoke or dust:

      a cloud of dust

    • 3. a large number of insects or birds moving together:

      clouds of orange butterflies

    • 4. an opaque patch within a transparent substance.
    • 5. used to refer to a state or cause of gloom, suspicion, trouble, or worry:

      the only cloud on the immediate horizon is raising a mortgage

      the dark clouds of a major recession

    • 6. a frowning or depressed look:

      a cloud passed over Jessica's face

    • 7. a network of remote servers hosted on the Internet and used to store, manage, and process data in place of local servers or personal computers:

      there's a rich, complex, shared data store in the cloud

      once you are logged in to your cloud storage space, you can upload files to it and share them with others

    • v.
      動詞
    • 1. (of the sky) become overcast or gloomy:

      the blue skies clouded over abruptly

    • 2. darken (the sky) with cloud:

      the western sky was still clouded

    • 3. make or become less clear or transparent:

      blood pumped out, clouding the water

      her eyes clouded with tears

    • 4. make (a matter or mental process) unclear or uncertain:

      don't allow your personal feelings to cloud your judgement

    • 5. spoil (something):

      the general election was clouded by violence

    • 6. (of someone's face or eyes) show an emotion such as worry, sorrow, or anger:

      his expression clouded over

    • 7. (of an emotion such as worry, sorrow, or anger) show in (someone's face):

      suspicion clouded her face

    • n. a heavy, dark rain cloud:

    • black storm clouds rolled inexorably down the valley

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    • n. a heavy, dark rain cloud:

    • black storm clouds rolled inexorably down the valley

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    • n. a visible pall of air pollutants that persists over a city or other area:

    • the Asian brown cloud

      throughout the day, air shifts in the valley cause variances in the brown cloud

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    • n. an image composed of words used in a particular text or subject, in which the size of each word indicates its frequency or importance:

    • Louise generated a word cloud of lyrics from the new album

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    • n. a bank of clouds of a particular type forming a layer at a certain altitude.

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    • n. the dropping of crystals into clouds to cause rain:

    • the Bureau has been using cloud seeding to increase rainfall and snowpack

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    • n. a region where stars appear to be especially numerous and close together.

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    • n. a region where stars appear to be especially numerous and close together.

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    • n.
      a visible mass of condensed water vapor floating in the atmosphere, typically high above the ground:
    • the sun had disappeared behind a cloud

      the full moon, hidden by veils of cloud

    • v.
      (of the sky) become overcast with clouds:
    • the blue skies clouded over abruptly

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