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

The meaning of "Drizzle" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does drizzle mean?
A: It's like a soft rain or to trickle a thing stream (of liquid) onto something.
"It's not raining heavily anymore, it is now a light drizzle."
"I drizzled some syrup onto my pancakes"
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Q: What does It's drizzling mean?
A: llover (ligeramente)
Q: What does drizzle some dressing mean?
A: A "drizzle" means a thin stream applied over a wide area so that you end up with a little sauce over the entire item.
Q: What does It's drizzling. mean?
A: It's raining lightly

Example sentences using "Drizzle"

Q: Please show me example sentences with drizzle.
A: From above it is continuous pour a drizzle and underfoot - snowdrifts of thawing snow.
We can make cell phones that project holograms, but a light drizzle shuts down a whole airport?
The window's open because it's so warm, and the little bit of drizzle - let's not call it rain - is keeping me cool.
Q: Please show me example sentences with drizzling.
A: "Outside, the grass was wet because it had been drizzling."
"I was careful when drizzling the icing on the cake."
Q: Please show me example sentences with a drizzle.
A: "The rain came down in a drizzle."

"The sprinkler's output dropped to a drizzle."
Q: Please show me example sentences with drizzle (rain in very small drops)
and is this common word that native speaker use in daily basis??.
A: This is a common word but only used when the weather matches. For instance if there is light rain outside you would say "It's drizzling" or "There is a slight drizzle outside."
drizzle usually means its light, slow rain

Synonyms of "Drizzle" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between It's drizzling and It's spitting ?
A: Now that I'm thinking of it, drizzling usually is more rain than spitting. Still, drizzling sounds like it's lightly falling and spitting sounds more forceful even if it's less rain.
Q: What is the difference between drizzle and mizzle ?
A:

drizzle

Q: What is the difference between It's drizzling and It's been drizzling ?
A: 2 implies that it stopped in the recent past. The ground is still wet
Q: What is the difference between drizzling and raining ?
A: drizzling is when it’s about to rain. for example you may feel some drops of water or it’s not heavy.

when it’s raining, the rain is coming down harder than small drops that you need an umbrella or a jacket
Q: What is the difference between drizzling and sprinkling ?
A: In cooking you drizzle a liquid, drizzle melted chocolate over the cake. Sprinkle is for solid things, like salt, sugar, nuts.... sprinkle seeds over the loaf before it goes into the oven.

Translations of "Drizzle"

Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? 1. I love to get drenched in drizzle.
2. I love to drench in drizzle.
Which is correct?
A: @michaelhill059 Thank you very much! 😊
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? drizzle
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Q: How do you say this in English (US)? drizzle
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Other questions about "Drizzle"

Q: I don't think it will rain. It may be a drizzle though. does this sound natural?
A: I would say: I don't think it will rain. It may drizzle though.
Q: Hello,I'm Zara.It's drizzle outside.I could eat a horse now.Due to the bad wether,I just stay at my hostel.Not until the rain stopped ,did i go to the dining hall.During the waiting time,maybe I can read a book.Reading is my favorite luxury.I hope oneday i could read english books by myself. does this sound natural?
A: Hello, I'm Zara, it's drizzling outside. I'm so hungry I could eat a horse. Due to the bad weather, I just stay at my hostel. After the rain stopped, I will go to the dining hall. During my wait, I may read a book. Reading is my favorite things/luxuries. I hope that one day I can read an English book by myself.
Good luck Zara on reading English books 😊
Q: It's drizzling. It's wasting the Sunday🙁 does this sound natural?
A: this is the best sentence that I can think "it's a shame that is drizzling this sunday"
Q: I can't go out, there's a drizzle does this sound natural?
A: I agree with Eileen. Drizzle is the lightest form of rain, pouring down is perhaps the strongest.
Q: Oh, It starts to drizzle. I gotta get the laundry hunging outside into my room. does this sound natural?
A: Also, 'It's starting to drizzle.'

You can just say 'I have to get the laundry inside.'

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