Translation of rainproof in Spanish:

rainproof

impermeable, adj.

Pronunciation: /ˈreɪnpruːf//ˈreɪnˌpruf/

adjective

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    impermeable
    • The sheets of silk are also rainproof, which is very handy when there are tropical downpours.
    • There are rainproof bags for stormy days, sturdy totes for the beach, delicate fabrics for evening, and squashy shoulder bags for casual wear.
    • A warm, rainproof jacket and sturdy, comfortable walking shoes are a must.
    • Girls are asked to bring a rainproof jacket to wear, secure footwear and a bottle of water.
    • This is nasty rain, where an umbrella or full on rainproof outerwear is required, and the first 8 inches of your pant legs will get wet.
    • Those participating should wear suitable rainproof clothing and footwear.
    • This rainproof, light and durable jacket offers the golfer plenty of movement so your golf swing won't be impeded.
    • Be sure to wear suitable rainproof clothing.
    • Be sure to bring enough food and water to sustain oneself and wear suitable rainproof clothing.
    • Seedlings of the four species were placed in field cages, the roofs of which were rainproof and shaded.
    • Sensible shoes and rainproof clothing are recommended, but we were lucky enough to have all fine weather.
    • Wind and rainproof clothing is essential at all times.
    • Always travel with stout boots, rainproof clothing, spare clothes, a first aid kid, torch, map, compass, food and drink.
    • Tomoko strode happily and grinned as she walked up to her bike, covered with an old withered rainproof blanket.
    • Participants are advised to wear warm comfortable rainproof clothing and suitable footwear.
    • The person was tall, with a dark rainproof coat, carrying something heavy in his hands.
    • The first half flew by in a flash and at the interval cars, vans and almost anything that was roadworthy and rainproof brought some fans from one viewing point to another.
    • This guy would be good in a crisis, the kind of mate who could fashion a rainproof shelter and a meal for four from nothing but roadkill and a ball of twine.
    • The State Government refused even to construct rainproof shelters in the camps and starved them of food supplies.
    • Thirteen years later, in 1989, she had a rainproof house, her two children were in school and she had diverse income streams, both constant and seasonal - bamboo weaving, livestock, vegetable gardening.