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rain down

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishrain down phrasal verbDOWNto fall in large quantities on Bombs rained down on the city. rain→ See Verb table
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rain onThe glory he never experienced as an amateur wrestler rained down on him like tinsel in the Octagon.While debris rained down on much of Western Washington during the quake, the more typical liquid precipitation has been strangely absent.There was mayhem as shrapnel rained down on shoppers from devices placed in cast-iron litter bins less than ten yards apart.These people are afghans ... a few of the one million who fled the rockets raining down on the capital city, Kabul.Much smaller ones, called micrometeorites, have also continually rained down on the Mo&n over the millennia.Flame rained down on the Perks.Condemnation has rained down on the Scouts.Bombs and poison gas would rain down on undefended cities.
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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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