cloud

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Noun[change]

Singular
cloud

Plural
clouds

Clouds
  1. (weather), (countable) A cloud is a collection of condensed water vapor floating in the sky that sometimes makes rain.
  2. (countable) A cloud is a group or swarm of something.
    The cloud of locusts flew closer to the corn.

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Verb[change]

Plain form
cloud

Third-person singular
clouds

Past tense
clouded

Past participle
clouded

Present participle
clouding

  1. If something is clouded, it becomes foggy or gloomy; it becomes blocked from sight.
    The sky clouded over.
  2. If something is clouded, it becomes obscure.
    Don't cloud the issue.

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