rainy

rainy

US /ˈreɪ.ni/ 
UK /ˈreɪ.ni/ 
کلمه

Raining a lot

rainy - بارانی
معادل فارسی: 

بارانی

مثال انگلیسی: 

I hate rainy weather.

من از هوای بارانی متنفرم.

Oxford Essential Dictionary

rainy

 adjective (rainier, rainiest)
with a lot of rain:
a rainy day

Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English

rainy

rainy /ˈreɪni/ BrE AmE adjective
1. a rainy period of time is one when it rains a lot SYN wet:
a cold rainy day in October
I hate rainy weather.
the rainy season
2. save something for a rainy day to save something, especially money, for a time when you will need it
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THESAURUS
rainy a rainy period of time is one when it rains a lot: a cold rainy day in October | The weather continued to be rainy. | The rainy season is in July.
wet rainy. Wet and rainy mean the same and are used in the same way: In Cyprus during the winter, you’ll only have the occasional wet day. | The wet weather is expected to continue. | another wet summer | It's been wet all week.
damp if the air feels damp, there is a lot of ↑moisture in the air and it may be raining slightly: It was a cold damp day. | a damp November morning
showery raining for short periods: the cool, bright, showery weather of early April | The weather will be showery, with some sunny intervals.
drizzly raining slightly, with a lot of mist in the air: The morning was grey and drizzly.
grey British English, gray American English if the sky is grey, there are a lot clouds, and it looks like it will rain: The next morning, the sky was grey. | Then, as if by magic, the sun burst through what had until then been a rather grey day.

Oxford Advanced Learner's Dictionary

rainy

rainy [rainy rainier rainiest]   [ˈreɪni]    [ˈreɪni]  adjective (rain·ier, rain·iest)
having or bringing a lot of rain
a rainy day
the rainy season
the rainiest place in Britain
Idiom: save/keep something for a rainy day 
Word Origin:
Old English rēnig (see rain, -y).  
Example Bank:
I went there during the rainy season.
This valley is said to be the rainiest place in Britain.

We woke up to a rainy day.

Cambridge Advanced Learner's Dictionary

Cambridge Advanced Learner's Dictionary - 4th Edition
 

rainy / ˈreɪ.ni / adjective

B1 raining a lot:

We had three rainy days on holiday, but otherwise it was sunny.

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Collins COBUILD Advanced Learner’s English Dictionary

rainy

/reɪni/
(rainier, rainiest)

1.
During a rainy day, season, or period it rains a lot.
The rainy season in the Andes normally starts in December.
ADJ: usu ADJ n

2.
If you say that you are saving something, especially money, for a rainy day, you mean that you are saving it until a time in the future when you might need it.
I’ll put the rest in the bank for a rainy day.
PHRASE

Merriam-Webster's Advanced Learner's Dictionary

Merriam-Webster's Advanced Learner's Dictionary: 

rainy

rainy /ˈreɪni/ adj rain·i·er; -est [also more ~; most ~] : having a lot of rain
• It's been rainy all day today. [=rain has been falling all day]
rainy weather
for a rainy day informal : for a time in the future when something will be needed
• He set a little money aside for a rainy day. [=he saved a little money so that he would have it if he needed it in the future]
• I have some money that I'm saving for a rainy day.

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