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N-UNCOUNT 雨；雨水 Rain is water that falls from the clouds in small drops.
I hope you didn't get soaked standing out in the rain...
A spot of rain fell on her hand.
N-PLURAL 雨季 In countries where rain only falls in certain seasons, this rain is referred to as the rains .
...the spring, when the rains came...
The rains have failed again in the Horn of Africa.
VERB 下雨；降雨 When rain falls, you can say that it is raining .
It rained the whole weekend...
It was raining hard, and she hadn't an umbrella.
V-ERG （使）如雨点般落下；（使）大量降下 If someone rains blows, kicks, or bombs on a person or place, the person or place is attacked by many blows, kicks, or bombs. You can also say that blows, kicks, or bombs rain on a person or place.
The police, raining blows on rioters and spectators alike, cleared the park...
Rockets, mortars and artillery rounds rained on buildings.
N-SING （从空中落下的）一阵，一连串 A rain of things is a large number of things that fall from the sky at the same time.
A rain of stones descended on the police.
PHRASE 祸不单行 You can use the expression it never rains but it pours to mean that several unfortunate events often happen at the same time.
PHRASE 完全康复；完全恢复 If you say that someone is as right as rain, you mean that they are completely well or healthy again, for example when they have recovered from an illness or a shock.
You'll be as right as rain as soon as you are back in your own home with your baby.
PHRASE 不管晴天或下雨;风雨无阻 If you say that someone does something rain or shine, you mean that they do it regularly, without being affected by the weather or other circumstances.
Frances took her daughter walking every day, rain or shine.