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drought
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English - Vietnamese Dictionary
drought /draut/ (drouth) /drauθ/
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Concise Dictionary
droughtsdraʊt
noun
+a shortage of rainfall
+a prolonged shortage

Advanced English Dictionary
+ noun
[U, C] a long period of time when there is little or no rain: two years of severe drought + one of the worst droughts on record + The country's entire grain harvest has been hit by drought.
Collocation Dictionary
noun

ADJ.

severe, terrible, worst
It has been the worst drought in the country's history.
| long, prolonged | summer

VERB + DROUGHT

have
England has had several summer droughts in recent years.
| cause | break
A week of good rains has broken the drought.

DROUGHT + VERB

affect sth
Large areas of Africa are affected by severe drought.

DROUGHT + NOUN

conditions

PREP.

during/in ~
Some of the newer plants in the garden died during the drought.

PHRASES

in times of drought, months/years of drought


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