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The act to hide under the roof or something when it rains Hello everyone, I want to know the word or idioms that you usually use of the act to hide under the roof or something like that (such as under tree) when it rains. I found the words "shelter or take shelter". But it feels too strong for me. I wonder it is supposed to be used in case of kind of storm. When you walk on the street, it starts rain, you find a tree, and hide under the tree to avoid getting rain, how do you say the act? I would be very happy if you give me advice. Thank you.
Nov 3, 2016 7:03 AM
Answers · 5
"Let's get out of the rain" works fine too. This may be the most common and straightforward way to express it.
November 3, 2016
I guess I "take cover" (military phrase) or "get under cover" (less so) ;)
November 3, 2016
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