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cloud·y

 (klou′dē)
adj. cloud·i·er, cloud·i·est
1. Full of or covered with clouds; overcast.
2. Of or like a cloud or clouds.
3. Marked with indistinct masses or streaks: cloudy marble.
4. Not transparent, as certain liquids.
5.
a. Open to more than one interpretation.
b. Not clearly perceived or perceptible.
6. Troubled; gloomy: His future at the company is cloudy.

cloud′i·ly adv.
cloud′i·ness n.

cloudy

(ˈklaʊdɪ)
adj, cloudier or cloudiest
1. (Physical Geography) covered with cloud or clouds
2. of or like a cloud or clouds
3. streaked or mottled like a cloud
4. opaque or muddy
5. obscure or unclear
6. troubled by gloom or depression: his face had a cloudy expression.
ˈcloudily adv
ˈcloudiness n

cloud•y

(ˈklaʊ di)

adj. cloud•i•er, cloud•i•est.
1. covered with clouds: a cloudy sky.
2. having little or no sunshine: a cloudy day.
3. of or like a cloud.
4. not clear: a cloudy liquid.
5. obscure: cloudy prospects.
6. darkened by gloom or trouble: a cloudy look.
[before 900; Old English clūdig rocky, hilly]
cloud′i•ly, adv.
cloud′i•ness, n.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.cloudy - lacking definite form or limits; "gropes among cloudy issues toward a feeble conclusion"- H.T.Moore; "nebulous distinction between pride and conceit"
indistinct - not clearly defined or easy to perceive or understand; "indistinct shapes in the gloom"; "an indistinct memory"; "only indistinct notions of what to do"
2.cloudy - full of or covered with clouds; "cloudy skies"
meteorology - the earth science dealing with phenomena of the atmosphere (especially weather)
clear - free from clouds or mist or haze; "on a clear day"
3.cloudy - (of liquids) clouded as with sediment; "a cloudy liquid"; "muddy coffee"; "murky waters"
opaque - not transmitting or reflecting light or radiant energy; impenetrable to sight; "opaque windows of the jail"; "opaque to X-rays"

cloudy

adjective
1. dull, dark, dim, gloomy, dismal, sombre, overcast, leaden, sunless, louring or lowering It was a cloudy, windy day.
dull clear, fair, bright, sunny
2. opaque, muddy, murky, emulsified She could just barely see him through the cloudy water.
3. vague, confused, obscure, blurred, unclear, hazy, indistinct The legal position on this issue is very cloudy.
confused clear, obvious, plain, distinct

cloudy

adjective
1. Covered by or as if by a thin coating or film:
2. Having sediment or foreign particles stirred up or suspended:
3. Liable to more than one interpretation:
4. Not clearly perceived or perceptible:
Translations
غَائِمغائِم، مُتَلَبِّدٌ بالغُيوممُبْهَم، غَيْر واضِح
zamračenýnejasnýoblačnýzamlžený
overskyetuklar
pilvinen
oblačan
óskÿrskÿjaîur
曇った
흐린
oblačný
oblačen
molnig
ที่ปกคลุมด้วยเมฆ
có mây

cloudy

[ˈklaʊdɪ] ADJ (cloudier (compar) (cloudiest (superl)))
1. (Met) [sky] → nublado, cubierto de nubes; [day, weather] → nublado
it's cloudy todayhoy está nublado
2. (= murky) [liquid] → turbio
3. (= unclear) [policy, ideas, memory] → confuso
4. (= misty) [eyes, glass] → empañado

cloudy

[ˈklaʊdi] adj
[sky] → nuageux/euse, couvert(e)
[liquid] → trouble

cloudy

adj (+er)
skywolkig, bewölkt, bedeckt; weathergrau; we had only three cloudy dayswir hatten nur drei Tage, an denen es bewölkt war; it’s getting cloudyes bewölkt sich; the weather will be cloudyes ist mit Bewölkung zu rechnen
liquid, diamond, glass, eyes etctrüb
(= unclear) argument, position, point of viewdiffus, unklar

cloudy

[ˈklaʊdɪ] adj (sky) → nuvoloso/a, coperto/a; (liquid) → torbido/a

cloud

(klaud)
1. a mass of tiny drops of water floating in the sky. white clouds in a blue sky; The hills were hidden in cloud.
2. a great number or quantity of anything small moving together. a cloud of flies.
3. something causing fear, depression etc. a cloud of sadness.
verb
1. (often with over) to become cloudy. The sky clouded over and it began to rain.
2. to (cause to) become blurred or not clear. Her eyes were clouded with tears.
3. to (cause to) become gloomy or troubled. His face clouded at the unhappy news.
ˈcloudless adjective
free from clouds. a cloudless sky.
ˈcloudy adjective
1. full of, having, or covered with clouds. It is a bit cloudy today.
2. not clear. a cloudy photograph/memory.
ˈcloudburst noun
a sudden heavy shower of rain.
under a cloud
in trouble or disgrace.

cloudy

غَائِم zamračený overskyet wolkig συννεφιασμένος nublado pilvinen nuageux oblačan nuvoloso 曇った 흐린 bewolkt skyet pochmurny nublado облачный molnig ที่ปกคลุมด้วยเมฆ bulutlu có mây 多云的

cloudy

a. turbio-a, nebuloso-a, oscuro-a.

cloudy

adj (comp -ier; super -iest) (urine, etc.) turbio
References in classic literature ?
A soft strain of music sounded, and then at the back of the cave appeared a little figure in cloudy white, with glittering wings, golden hair, and a garland of roses on its head.
The night was warm and cloudy and although it was not yet eight o'clock, the alleyway back of the Eagle office was pitch dark.
This was not a boast, but a hope, at once bold and devoutly humble, that he might bring the Muse(but lately come to Italy from her cloudy Grecian mountains), not to the capital, the palatia Romana, but to his own little I country'; to his father's fields, `sloping down to the river and to the old beech trees with broken tops.
She missed him the days when some pretext served to take him away from her, just as one misses the sun on a cloudy day without having thought much about the sun when it was shining.
It was a cloudy, sultry afternoon; the seamen were lazily lounging about the decks, or vacantly gazing over into the lead-colored waters.
He really pitied George with all his heart, and had a sort of dim and cloudy perception of the style of feeling that agitated him; but he deemed it his duty to go on talking good to him, with infinite pertinacity.
With cloudy eye and a struggling in- tellect he fetched this out:
We have the Parenthesis disease in our literature, too; and one may see cases of it every day in our books and newspapers: but with us it is the mark and sign of an unpracticed writer or a cloudy intellect, whereas with the Germans it is doubtless the mark and sign of a practiced pen and of the presence of that sort of luminous intellectual fog which stands for clearness among these people.
I never put it up when the sun shines; pink fades awfully, you know, and I only carry it to meetin' cloudy Sundays; sometimes the sun comes out all of a sudden, and I have a dreadful time covering it up; it's the dearest thing in life to me, but it's an awful care.
He concealed it from her; but if ever he heard me answer sharply, or saw any other servant grow cloudy at some imperious order of hers, he would show his trouble by a frown of displeasure that never darkened on his own account.
THE early morning, when Magdalen rose and looked out, was cloudy and overcast.
One cloudy moonlight night, in the third week of December (I think the twenty-second of the month) in the year 1757, I was walking on a retired part of the quay by the Seine for the refreshment of the frosty air, at an hour's distance from my place of residence in the Street of the School of Medicine, when a carriage came along behind me, driven very fast.