snow

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UK:*UK and possibly other pronunciationsUK and possibly other pronunciations/ˈsnəʊ/US:USA pronunciation: IPA and respellingUSA pronuncation: IPA/snoʊ/ ,USA pronunciation: respelling(snō)

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snow

Most examples are given in US English. We have labeled exceptions as UK.
n
  1. [thick, slushy, melting, deep, white] snow
  2. a [light, heavy] snow [last night]
  3. [two] inches of snow
  4. [natural, artificial] snow
  5. [plough, clear, dig, remove, gather] the snow
  6. [trudge, trek, walk, travel] through the snow
  7. the snow fell [suddenly, thickly, overnight]
  8. the snow [stopped, halted, caused] the traffic
  9. the snow melted [in, under] the sun
  10. [remove, shovel, plow] the snow
  11. the [hills, streets, trees] were covered [in, with] snow
  12. snow is likely [today, tonight, in winter]
  13. snow on the [rooftops, cars, roads, hills, mountains, slopes, peaks]
  14. there is snow in the [streets, yard, garden]
  15. the first snow of winter
  16. drugs, slang: [take, sniff, inject, shoot up] snow
  17. [television, static, digital] snow
  18. snow in a can
n as adj
  1. snow [showers, reports, flowers]
  2. snow removal (services)
  3. snow [tires, plow]
  4. (homemade) snow cones
  5. make snow angels
  6. snow spray
v
  1. it snowed [last night, this morning]
  2. [it is, it's] snowing in [Chicago]
  3. is snowing outside
  4. it snowed all [night, day]
  5. snowed [11 inches]
  6. snowing [heavily, lightly]
  7. snowing like [crazy, hell]
  8. snowed the whole [day, week]
  9. [if, whether, think] it will snow [on, for] Christmas
  10. it [is, was] snowing and [sleeting, hailing, raining]
  11. snowed the [town, school, building] under
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