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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.
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    • 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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    • ph. a spherical cloud of small rocky and icy bodies postulated to orbit the sun beyond the orbit of Pluto and up to 1.5 light years from the sun, and to be the source of comets. Its existence was proposed by J. H. Oort.

    • black storm clouds rolled inexorably down the valley

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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 visual depiction of user-generated tags attached to online content, typically using colour and font size to represent the prominence or frequency of the tags depicted.

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

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    • n. a rotating funnel-shaped cloud forming the core of a tornado or waterspout.

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

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    • n. the level or altitude of the lowest part of a general mass of clouds.

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

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    • adj. (of digital data) stored, managed, and processed on a network of remote servers hosted on the Internet, rather than on local servers or personal computers:

    • a commercial cloud-based platform

      cloud-based services

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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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