Definition of 'cloudy'
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Do solar panels still produce power on cloudy days? Times, Sunday Times (2010)Murder came from a cloudy sky. Times, Sunday Times (2012)Above, its wings are a slightly cloudy shade of blue. Times, Sunday Times (2011)It turns white and reflective in the heat, and becomes clearer in cloudy conditions. The Sun (2010) Cloudy weather offers much less variety of lighting, and so of images. Collins Complete Guide to Photography (1993)One of my friends has just got back from Greece where it was cold and cloudy. The Sun (2008)But MoD discovered its modifications meant helicopters could not fly in cloudy weather. Times, Sunday Times (2009)Four volunteers walked on a cloudy day when the Sun was hidden and two in bright sunshine. Times, Sunday Times (2009)The other side mixes explicit images of a pier and a cloudy sky with oppressive, claustrophobic interiors. The Times Literary Supplement (2010)A cloudy day with more showers is in prospect today. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Let's forget those who think cloudy days are just the ticket to protect us from rapid ageing and skin cancer. Times, Sunday Times (2008)The sky seemed very cloudy. Times, Sunday Times (2009)The report praised the captain's safe landing of the aircraft but said that the outcome could have been very different in cloudy weather. Times, Sunday Times (2006) Weather: Cloudy with sunny spells and possible showers. Times, Sunday Times (2011) Weather: cloudy morning, showers and sunny spells in afternoon. Times, Sunday Times (2012)The 63-year-old millionaire flew straight into a mountain on a cloudy day, officers said. The Sun (2008) Weather: cloudy and breezy. Times, Sunday Times (2012)The weather may be cloudy and wet in the North of Scotland. Times, Sunday Times (2008)The following day at sea consisted of more sunbathing but as the weather turned cloudy, we decided to see what the cinema had to offer. The Sun (2012)One of the best times to tend the garden is on a cool, cloudy day, preferably after rain. Times, Sunday Times (2014)Southern England looks set to remain cloudy and rather cold with a wintry mixture of light rain, sleet and some hill snow. Times, Sunday Times (2006)But that tends to shrink in uncertain times, so I would hold off until the outlook becomes less cloudy. Times, Sunday Times (2007)A fellow beside me lay weeping, his eyes pools of cloudy liquid - horribly like the eyes of a boiled trout. Anti-Ice (1993)
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Translations for 'cloudy'
British English: cloudy /ˈklaʊdɪ/ ADJECTIVE
If it is cloudy, there are a lot of clouds in the sky.
...a windy, cloudy day.
- American English: cloudy
- Arabic: غَائِم
- Brazilian Portuguese: nublado
- Chinese: 多云的
- Croatian: oblačan
- Czech: zamračený obloha
- Danish: overskyet
- Dutch: bewolkt
- European Spanish: nublado
- Finnish: pilvinen
- French: nuageux
- German: wolkig
- Greek: συννεφιασμένος
- Italian: nuvoloso
- Japanese: 曇った
- Korean: 흐린
- Norwegian: skyet
- Polish: pochmurny
- European Portuguese: nublado
- Romanian: înnorat
- Russian: облачный
- Spanish: nublado
- Swedish: molnig
- Thai: ที่ปกคลุมด้วยเมฆ
- Turkish: bulutlu
- Ukrainian: хмарно
- Vietnamese: có mây
Definition of cloudy from the Collins English Dictionary
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