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pour
1.rain heavily / 2.LIQUID [T] to make a liquid flow from or into a container:
soaking wet
extremely wet
drizzle
light rain
bitterly cold
extremely and unpleasantly cold.
chilly
a little too cold to be comfortable
mild
warmer than usual for the time of year.
heatwave
a period of unusually hot weather.
muggy
warm and damp in an unpleasant way
humid
muggy
mist
thin cloud near the ground which is difficult to see through (not as thick as fog)
frost
weather that is cold and in which water freezes, especially at night:
breeze
a light wind
gale
a very strong wind
climate
the weather conditions that an area usually has:
the environment
the air, land, and water where people, animals, and plants live:
gradual
happening slowly over a period of time:
the atmosphere
the layer of gases around the Earth
harmful
causing damage ,injury ,or illness.
harm sb/sth
to hurt someone or damage something:
pollution
dirty and dangerous gases,chemicals,etc.that harm the environment.
pollute
to make water, air, soil, etc dirty or harmful:
melt
become liquid
rise
increase ; go higher.
fall
become less / move down
extreme
the most unusual or most serious possible:
unpredictable
changing so much that you do not know what will happen next:
predict
to say what you think will happen in the future:
disappear
stop existing
vanish
to disappear suddenly:
famine
a long period when people living in a particular area do not have enough food, and many of them suffer and die
disease
illness in people,animals,or plants.
spread
affect more and more people or things.
effect
to make something happen:
affect
(negative)CAUSE CHANGE B2 to influence someone or something, or cause them to change: