drizzle

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İngilizce - İngilizce
Light rain
Water

Stop drinking all of my drizzle, bitch!.

To urinate
To pour slowly and evenly, especially with oil in cooking

The recipe says to toss the salad and then drizzle olive oil on it.

To rain lightly
Very small, numerous, and uniformly dispersed water drops, mist, or sprinkle. Unlike fog droplets, drizzle falls to the ground. It is sometimes accompanied by low visibility and fog

No longer pouring, the rain outside slowed down to a faint drizzle.

{v} to come or fall in small drops
moisten with fine drops; "drizzle the meat with melted butter"
To dribble drops of icing, chocolate or other liquidy ingredient over food in a random pattern
Very small drops that can appear to float in the air They are too small to cause splashes but can be felt on the face as mist
Drizzle is light rain falling in fine drops. The drizzle had now stopped and the sun was breaking through
Fairly uniform precipitation composed exclusively of fine drops with diameters less than 0 02 inch (0 5 mm) which are very close together Drizzle appears to float while following air currents, although unlike fog droplets, it falls to the ground The intensity of drizzle is based solely on visibility The following table shows drizzle intensity versus visibility
Heavy mist or light, fine, continuous rain that will fall slowly, reducing visibility somewhat more than light rain Water droplets will be between 0 2mm and 0 5mm in size Drizzle can often be confused with light rain, however drizzle's water droplets will be smaller in size than those of rain
To rain slightly in very small drops; to fall, as water from the clouds, slowly and in fine particles; as, it drizzles; drizzling drops or rain
precipitation of water droplets with radii ~ l00 micrometers
Small, slowly falling water droplets, with diameters between 2 and 5 millimeters
HailRelative HumidityWarm Front
very light rain; stronger than mist but less than a shower
precipitation consisting of numerous minute droplets of water less than 0 5 mm (500 micrometers) in diameter
Fairly uniform precipitation composed exclusively of fine drops of water falling very close to one another
rain lightly; "When it drizzles in summer, hiking can be pleasant"
rain lightly; "When it drizzles in summer, hiking can be pleasant
Very small precipitation drops (diameters less than 0 5 mm) that appear to float with air currents while falling in an irregular path Unlike fog droplets, drizzle falls to the ground
very light rain; stronger than mist but less than a shower moisten with fine drops; "drizzle the meat with melted butter"
Falling drops of water smaller than 0 02 inch in diameter They appear to float in air currents, but unlike fog, do fall to the ground
Fine rain or mist
Slowly falling precipitation in the form of tiny water droplets with diameters less than 0 02 inches or 0 5 millimeters It falls from stratus clouds and is often associated with low visibility and fog It is reported as "DZ" in an observation and on the METAR
Precipitation in the form of liquid drops It's diameter is less than 5 millimeters Drizzle falls at a much slower rate than rain does
{f} rain lightly
If it is drizzling, it is raining very lightly. Clouds had come down and it was starting to drizzle. weather that is a combination of light rain and mist
To pour liquid such as melted butter over food in a thin stream
To pour oil, melted fat, sugar syrup, icing, or other liquid in a fine stream, making a pattern over food surface
very small water drops that can appear to float in the air They are too small to cause splashes but can be felt on the face as mist
To shed slowly in minute drops or particles
Can be felt on the face but is not visible Produces little runoff from roads or roofs Generally visibility is reduced, but not less than 1000m
Small, slowly falling water droplets, with diameters between 0 2 and 0 5 millimeters
very light rain; stronger than mist but less than a shower moisten with fine drops; "drizzle the meat with melted butter" rain lightly; "When it drizzles in summer, hiking can be pleasant
Fairly uniform precipitation composed exclusively of fine drops very close together Drizzle appears to float while following air currents; however unlike fog droplets, it falls to the ground Drizzle drops are too small to disturb appreciably still water puddles
Precipitation in the form of liquid drops It's diameter is less than one half (0 5) millimeters Drizzle falls at a much slower rate than rain does
To pour a thin mixture, such as melted butter or thin icing, over food in a very fine stream
To drip a liquid substance, such as a sauce or dressing, over food
Falling water drops with a diameter less than 02 inch
drizzly
Abounding with drizzle; drizzling
drizzly
{a} raining in small drops, wettish, misty
To drizzle
pee
drizzled
past of drizzle
drizzles
plural of drizzle
drizzling
(of rain) falling lightly in very small drops; "a raw drizzing rain
drizzling
{s} raining lightly
drizzling
(of rain) falling lightly in very small drops; "a raw drizzing rain"
drizzling
present participle of drizzle
drizzly
When the weather is drizzly, the sky is dull and grey and it rains steadily but not very hard. a dull, drizzly afternoon It was dull and slightly drizzly as we left
drizzly
Characterized by small rain, or snow; moist and disagreeable
drizzly
{s} damp, rainy, characterized by a light rain
drizzly
wet with light rain; "a sad drizzly day"; "a wet drippy day"
freezing drizzle
Drizzle, falling as a liquid, but freezing on impact with the colder ground or other exposed surfaces It is reported as "FZDZ" in an observation and on the METAR
freezing drizzle
a drizzle that falls as a liquid but freezes into glaze or rime upon contact with the cold ground or surface structures
freezing drizzle
Drizzle that falls in liquid form and then freezes upon impact with the ground or an item with a temperature of 32 degrees Fahrenheit or less, possibly producing a thin coating of ice Even in small amounts, freezing drizzle may cause traveling problems
freezing drizzle
Drizzle that falls as a liquid onto a surface that is at or below 32° F, forming a coat of glaze
freezing drizzle
Drizzle that falls in liquid form and then freezes upon impact with the ground or an item with a temperature of thirty two (32) degrees Fahrenheit or less, possibly producing a thin coating of ice Even in small amounts, freezing drizzle may cause traveling problems
freezing drizzle
Drizzle that falls in liquid form and then freezes upon impact with the ground or an item with a temperature of 32° F or less, possibly producing a thin coating of ice Even in small amounts, freezing drizzle may cause travel problems
drizzle