Translation of cumulus in Spanish:

cumulus

cúmulo, n.

Pronunciation /ˈkjumjələs//ˈkjuːmjʊləs/

nounPlural cumuli

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    cúmulo masculine
    • The azure sky above was only slightly clouded by the thick cumulus clouds that strayed away from each other, to occasionally cover up the sun's streams of rays.
    • When the air condenses into small, lumpy, low pockets of cloud, this is cumulus.
    • The first normally is associated with vertical clouds such as cumulus.
    • The basic cloud forms are cumulus, which are heaped clouds; stratus, which are layer clouds; and cirrus, which are wispy.
    • These types of funnel clouds form out of large cumulus clouds or very weak thunderstorms and normally do not have the energy to reach the ground.