Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Cloudy"

The meaning of "Cloudy" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does cloudy mean?
A: Cloudy

1. Refering to the weather when there is lots of clouds

2. When something is not clear or clean
Q: What does cloudy with sunny periods
(Does it mean "cloudy and partly sunny?) mean?
A: It means it will be cloudy, but occasionally it will be sunny instead
Q: What does More cloudy day if anything mean?
A: @Annie_James Do you mean that the rest of the day will be cloudy? Or are there more cloudy days ahead?
Q: What does cloudy rainy day in paris. mean?
A: @bennet: Paris is a famous city in France. A cloudy rainy day means that the sky is covered in clouds, so the sun is not shining, and it is raining outside. :)

Example sentences using "Cloudy"

Q: Please show me example sentences with mostly and partly. I see Mostly sunny and Partly cloudy in my phone's forecast. Can we use Mostly cloudy or Partly sunny instead?.
A: Yes, you can say 'mostly cloudy' and 'partly sunny' too!

'Mostly cloudy' means that there will be clouds for the majority of the day.
'Partly cloudy' means that it will be cloudy only for a little bit of the day.

'Mostly sunny' means that it will be sunny for the majority of the day.
'Partly sunny' means that it will be sunny only for a little bit of the day.

Synonyms of "Cloudy" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between It looks cloudy; you should take an umbrella in case it rains. and It looks cloudy; you should bring an umbrella in case it rains. ?
A: They are essentially similar but it will be easier to tell the difference by using situational examples
1) "It looks cloudy; you should take an umbrella in case it rains"
This can be used in this context: your mom is at the door and you're about to go out to meet your friend... and then she says that quote

2) "It looks cloudy; you should bring an umbrella in case it rains"
This can be used when the friend you are meeting, texts you and you're going to your friend so he/she is saying to "bring" an umbrella
Q: What is the difference between 'It's cloudy today' and 'It's overcast today' ?
A: Cloudy means that not all of the sky will be covered with clouds but more than 50%, the clouds don't have to be dark!
Overcast means all of the sky will be covered with dark clouds.
Q: What is the difference between cloudy and overcast ?
A: Cloudy can be used when there are a lot of clouds in the sky. Overcast is used to describe a grey day when it's very, very cloudy and you cannot see the sky, only the grey clouds.
Q: What is the difference between It will be partly cloudy in the day. and It will be partly cloudy during the day. and It will be partly cloudy during the daytime. ?
A: There the same thing. It will be partly cloudy in during the day sounds more natural than the other one
Q: What is the difference between It is a cloudy sky today. and There is a cloudy sky today. ?
A: "There is a cloudy sky" is correct. "It is a cloudy sky" is incorrect. However, I would usually say, "It is cloudy today."

Translations of "Cloudy"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? "cloudy"(pronunciacion)
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Q: How do you say this in English (US)? It is cloudy and cold today.
A: "Today is cloudy and cold. I went to my parents house in Yamanashi prefecture with my husband."
You can also put them together.
"Today was cloudy and cold when went to my parents house in Yamanashi prefecture with my husband."

My niece was there (sisters child). We ate (had) lunch together.

I am coming home while writing this.

Other questions about "Cloudy"

Q: It's cloudy out there, but i love this autum chilly. Does this sound natural?
A: It's cloudy (outside), but I love this autumn chill.
Q: It's cloudy now. It seems to be raining soon😞 Does this sound natural?
A: It's cloudy now, and I think it could rain any minute. 😞
Q: It's gloomy and cloudy here today, and it affected my mood.
Does this sound natural?
A: "affected"
Q: It was cloudy today. I didn't feel like doing anything. I hope the weather will clear up tomorrow. Does this sound natural?
A: you could also say "I hope the weather CLEARS up tomorrow "
Q: It was cloudy today but very hot.
Does this sound natural?
A: I'd use a comma after "today." "It was cloudy today, but very hot."

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