Spanish Word for rained  

English Word: rained

Spanish Word: llovió[Verb]
The Spanish Word for rained
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It was raining, therefore we couldn't go out.
Llovía, por eso no pudimos salir.
It's raining, therefore we couldn't go out.
Llueve, por eso no pudimos salir.
Yesterday was a horrible day. It rained and was very windy.
Ayer fue un día horrible. Llovió e hizo mucho viento.
It was hot in the morning and it rained in the afternoon.
En la mañana hizo calor y en la tarde llovió.
It rained a lot last night.
Llovió mucho anoche.

The Mediterranean climate, pitiless as it is, is really going to put us through it because our situation is already critical. It is May, and it has not rained.
El Mediterráneo, con una tormenta que haya, se nos va a poner a punto de fuego, porque ya estamos en una situación crítica; estamos en el mes de mayo y no ha llovido.
Would critics of the Israeli Government be happier if it had rained an equivalent number of rockets randomly on Gazan villages?
¿Serían más felices los detractores del gobierno israelí si hubiera llovido un número equivalente de cohetes al azar por pueblos de Gaza?
I wonder whether they would have preferred it if the Jewish state had simply taken an equivalent amount of ordnance and rained it randomly on Gaza.
Me pregunto si hubiesen preferido que el estado judío hubiese tomado una cantidad equivalente de artillería y la hubiese lanzado al azar sobre Gaza.
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