It’s bucketing down
To bucket down is to rain very heavily.
British/UK informal English.
Examples of use:
1. It’s bucketing down – don’t forget your umbrella.
2. Just look at those black clouds – it’s going to bucket down in a minute.
3. It bucketed down on my way home from work.
4. It’s absolutely bucketing down out there!
|present simple||buckets down|
|-ing form||bucketing down|
|past simple||bucketed down|
|past participle||bucketed down|
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