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rainy in English:

1. rain rain

It may rain.
The rain stopped just long enough for me to dash into the cafe without getting wet.
I had to take a taxi because the heavy rain caused all the trains to stop.
Tomorrow's weather should be sunny with occasional rain.
As food and drink is to animals, so are rain and sunshine to plants.
Acid rain is not a natural phenomenon.
I read in the newspaper recently that the crops really need rain.
It's out of stock, but I can give you a rain check.
Rugby is a sport which is never called off by rain.
All of a sudden, large drops of rain began falling from the dark sky.
The children chanted, "Rain, rain go away. Come again another day."
Brazil has one-third of the world's rain forests.
It looks like it may rain today. I'm worried that our cherry-blossom-viewing party might be canceled.
Rain or shine, I will come to meet you at the station.
Rather than doing any good, the rain did a great deal of harm to the crop.

English word "rainy"(rain) occurs in sets:

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