US /ˈklaʊ.di/ 
UK /ˈklaʊ.di/ 

A cloudy sky/day

cloudy - ابری
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مثال انگلیسی: 

Because of the cloudy weather they decided not to go hiking.

به خاطر هوای ابری آنها تصمیم گرفتند به کوه نوردی نروند.

Oxford Essential Dictionary


 adjective (cloudier, cloudiest)
If the weather is cloudy, the sky is full of clouds:
a cloudy day

Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English


cloudy /ˈklaʊdi/ BrE AmE adjective
1. a cloudy sky, day etc is dark because there are a lot of clouds OPP clear:
a cloudy night with some light rain
Tomorrow, it will be cloudy and cool.
2. cloudy liquids are not clear:
a rather cloudy wine
3. cloudy thoughts, memories etc are not very clear or exact
• • •
cloudy with a lot of clouds: The weather was cold and cloudy. | cloudy skies
grey (also gray American English) grey in colour, because there are dark clouds – used especially in written descriptions: Mary looked out at the cold grey sky.
overcast dark and completely covered with clouds: a chilly overcast day
leaden literary a leaden sky is grey and full of dark clouds: Snow fell from a leaden sky.
gloomy dark and cloudy, in a depressing way: The gloomy weather shows no sign of improving.
foggy with thick low cloud that is difficult to see through. You use foggy especially about low-lying places: a foggy day in London in November
misty with light low cloud that is difficult to see through. You use misty especially about places that are next to water or in the mountains: a cold misty morning
hazy with air that looks cloudy, because there is smoke, dust, or mist in it: hazy sunshine

Oxford Advanced Learner's Dictionary


cloudy [cloudy cloudier cloudiest]   [ˈklaʊdi]    [ˈklaʊdi]  adjective (cloud·ier, cloudi·est)
1. (of the sky or the weather) covered with clouds; with a lot of clouds
Opp:  clear

• a grey, cloudy day

2. (of liquids) not clear or transparent
The water looked cloudy and not fit to drink.
Derived Word: cloudiness  
cloudy adj.
The sky was cloudy when we set off.
mistyfoggyovercastdull|especially BrE, usually disapproving grey|AmE usually gray|often disapproving murky
Opp: clear, Opp: sunny
cloudy/foggy/dull/grey weather
a cloudy/misty/overcast/dull/grey day
a cloudy/misty/foggy/murky night
Which word? If it is cloudy there may be a lot of clouds about while the rest of the sky is blue. Overcast, dull and grey suggest that the whole sky is covered with clouds.  
Example Bank:
It stayed cloudy for most of the day.
Later it will become cloudy with rain in places.
Sometimes the drinking water becomes rather cloudy.
The beer looked cloudy.
The warm water is made cloudy by adding some milk.
a rather cloudy sky
It was a dark, cloudy night.
Scotland and Northern Ireland will be rather cloudy with patchy rain.
• The sky was cloudy when we set off but it cleared up by lunchtime.

• You can still get sunburnt on a cloudy day.

Cambridge Advanced Learner's Dictionary

Cambridge Advanced Learner's Dictionary - 4th Edition

cloudy / ˈklaʊ.di / adjective

A2 with clouds:

a cloudy sky/day

Scotland will be cloudy with wintry showers.

not transparent:

The beer was cloudy and dark.

© Cambridge University Press 2013

Collins COBUILD Advanced Learner’s English Dictionary


(cloudier, cloudiest)

If it is cloudy, there are a lot of clouds in the sky.
...a windy, cloudy day.

A cloudy liquid is less clear than it should be.

Merriam-Webster's Advanced Learner's Dictionary

Merriam-Webster's Advanced Learner's Dictionary: 


cloudy /ˈklaʊdi/ adj cloud·i·er; -est [also more ~; most ~]
1 : having many clouds in the sky
• Tomorrow will be cloudy and cold.
• a cloudy day
cloudy weather : covered with clouds
• partly cloudy skies
2 : not clean or clear
• a puddle of cloudy [=dirty, murky] water
cloudy eyes
- cloud·i·ness noun [noncount]
• We'll have clear skies in the morning with increasing cloudiness in the afternoon.

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