Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Raindrop"

The meaning of "Raindrop" in various phrases and sentences

Q: O que significa I just love the pitter-patter of raindrops?
A: They're describing the sound that rain makes against windows and they're saying that they really love that sound
Q: O que significa raindrops ?
A: Капли дождя
Q: O que significa raindrop ?
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Example sentences using "Raindrop"

Q: Mostra-me frases de exemplo com the raindrops are falling on me.
the rainwater is falling on me.
which one is correct? could someone explain please..
A: It's raining on me.
Rain is falling on me.
I'm getting wet/drenched.

Or past tense: "I got caught in the rain."

There is a song that says "raindrops keep falling on my head", but that is not the way it is usually said. It was only said that way for the song.

BJ Thomas - Raindrops Keep Falling On My Head [LYRICS]
Q: Mostra-me frases de exemplo com foggy , raindrop , windy.
A: The raindrops are the size of a penny.
It’s so foggy I can’t see the sun!
Let’s fly kites because it is windy today.
Q: Mostra-me frases de exemplo com many raindrops hit my face.
A: 這個太誇張啦吧?但是這個翻譯是
I couldn't open my eyes because the raindrops were hitting my face

Other questions about "Raindrop"

Q: Can I use "big fat raindrops" to describe the raindrops that are big?
Are there any other ways to say it?
A: Yes you can. That makes the raindrops sound large, and would deliver a lot of water when it splashes down.

Q: As raindrops fell on the street, I saw the man who is in the red suit. soa natural?
A: It’s natural, but when you say “THE man who is in THE red suit”, it sounds like there is a very specific man in a very specific red suit. If that’s not the case, I would use “a” instead of “the”.
Q: A : I feel raindrops fall on my face.
B : Then take my umbrella.
A : Thanks. I hope I return it someday.
B : Me too. I will remember you where I live. soa natural?
A: A : I feel raindrops on my face.
B : Then take my umbrella.
A : Thanks. I’ll return it someday.
B : Okay. I hope you remember where I live.
Q: Where do raindrops take drops of dew hang on petals? soa natural?
A: oh... where do raindrops take dewdrops from the petals?

okay. It is very poetic.
Q: a raindrop has hit me. soa natural?
A: "A raindrop has hit me" sounds a bit too extreme (Like if you live on the desert and it rarely rains. Then suddenly you feel a rain drop and scream "A raindrop has hit me!" as you rush to get buckets to fill with water.)

If you want to say it more casually, I'd say something like "I felt a raindrop. Let's go inside before we get soaked".

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