Spanish Word for cloudy  

English Word: cloudy

Spanish Word: está nublado, hace nubes
The Spanish Word for cloudy
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We would have tanned more, but it got cloudy.
Nos hubiésemos bronceado más, pero se nubló.
Today, it is cloudy.
Hoy el día está nublado.
We expect a cloudy day, with no chance of storm.
Se espera un día nuboso, pero sin posibilidad de tormenta.
The newspaper says that tomorrow it is going to be cloudy.
El periódico dice que mañana va a haber muchas nubes.
The sky is cloudy and dark.
El cielo está nublado y oscuro.
We expect a cloudy day, with no chance of storm.
Se espera un día nuboso, pero sin posibilidad de tormenta.
It's going to be cloudy.
Va a estar nublado.
It's cloudy.
Hay nubes.
it's cloudy
está nublado
Its very cloudy.
Hay muchas nubes.
It got cloudy at two p.m.
Se nubló a las dos de la tarde.

Satellite photographs may reduce such cases, but I doubt that they will be of any use on cloudy days or when visibility is poor.
Las fotografías tomadas por satélite podrán servir para disminuir estos casos, pero dudo de que sirvan de algo en días nublados y de poca visibilidad.
After the adoption of resolutions the Members of the Council submit cloudy press releases and leave the recommendations to disappear in the bottom drawers of their desks.
Una vez aprobadas, los miembros del Consejo realizan nebulosas declaraciones de prensa y meten las recomendaciones en los últimos cajones de sus escritorios.
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