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Waterproof or water-resistant clothing worn as protection from rain.
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(Clothing & Fashion) waterproof clothes designed to be worn when it is raining
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waterproof or water-repellent clothing.
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[ˈreɪnwɛəʳ] Nropa f para la lluvia, ropa f impermeable
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