English version

be rained off

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishbe rained off British English, be rained out American English phrasal verbDNif an event or activity is rained off or rained out, it has to stop because there is too much rain The match was rained off. rain→ See Verb table
Examples from the Corpus
be rained offKeith Rodwell, Ipswich Witches' commercial manager, shuts up shop after last night's match with Wolverhampton was rained off.
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Verb table
rain
Simple Form
Present
itrains
itrained
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Present perfect
ithas rained
Past perfect
ithad rained
Future
itwill rain
Future perfect
itwill have rained
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Continuous Form
Present
itis raining
itwas raining
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Present perfect
ithas been raining
Past perfect
ithad been raining
Future
itwill be raining
Future perfect
itwill have been raining
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