a sudden and very heavy rainfall.
a heavy downpour
also cloud-burst, 1817, American English, from cloud (n.) + burst (n.). Parallels German Wolkenbruch.
noun A very, very high fly ball (1950s+ Baseball)
noun, Meteorology. 1. . noun 1. a stationary cloud directly above an isolated mountain peak. Compare , . 2. (def 3).
[kloud-kapt] /ˈklaʊdˌkæpt/ adjective 1. surrounded at the top by clouds: cloud-capped mountains.
noun, Physics. 1. an apparatus for determining the movements of charged particles, consisting of a chamber containing a supersaturated mixture of gas and vapor, the vapor condensing around ions created by the particle in its passing, thereby revealing the path of the particle. noun 1. (physics) an apparatus for detecting high-energy particles by observing their […]