Rainbows


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Rainbows

[ˈreɪnbəʊz] npl (British) (youngest section of Brownies) the Rainbows → les jeannettes (branche benjamine)rainbow trout ntruite f arc-en-cielrain check n
(US) (= ticket) → contremarque f
to take a rain check (fig)y réfléchir
I'll take a rain check on that → Je vais y réfléchir.
Can I take a rain check on that? → Est-ce que je peux y réfléchir?rain cloud nnuage m de pluie
References in classic literature ?
They're a large family," he said, "these sun dogs, wind dogs, rainbows, halos, and parhelia.
Strange flashes of vari-colored, rainbow light began to appear and disappear on the path before me.
One day, whilst passing near a fountain in the garden, she noticed that the sun's rays fell on the water in such a manner as to produce a brilliant rainbow.
The beautiful Rainbow informed Fairer-than-a-Fairy that he was young, the son of a powerful king, and that the Fairy, Lagree, who owed his parents a grudge, had revenged herself by depriving him of his natural shape for some years; that she had imprisoned him in the palace, where he had found his confinement hard to bear for some time, but now, he owned, he no longer sighed for freedom since he had seen and learned to love Fairer-than-a-Fairy.
But this old man found it, just at sunset, when Iris, the guardian of the rainbow gold, happened to be absent.
Pendleton, it's a baby rainbow--a real rainbow come in to pay you a visit
It was a lake of rainbow light, in which, for a short while, I lived like a dolphin.
Half way up the steep was a yawning cave, black as night beyond the point where the rainbow rays of the colored suns reached into it.
A rainbow in the morning Is the Shepherd's warning.
He ran swiftly, till want of breath compelled him to slacken his pace as he was entering the village at the turning close to the Rainbow.
Even the rainbow hasn't as many colors, and you must admit that the rainbow is a pretty thing.