- to rain
- first-person and third-person singular future subjunctive of
- first-person and third-person singular personal infinitive of
Conjugation of chover
- chuver (eye dialect)
- tchover (eye dialect, North Portugal)
- chuvê (eye dialect, Brazil)
- chovê (eye dialect, Brazil)
- chouver (obsolete, rare)
- (intransitive, impersonal) to rain (to fall (drops of water) from the sky)
Se chover, não saia de casa.
- If it rains, don’t leave the house.
- (transitive, impersonal) to rain (to fall (a given substance or objects) from the sky in great amounts)
Começou a chover pedras.
- It began to rain rocks.
- (transitive) to rain on (to cause to fall in great amounts upon)
Os arqueiros choveram flechas sobre os invasores.
- The archers rained arrows upon the invaders.
- (transitive, impersonal, poetic) to fall from the sky (to come or occur in great amounts)
Hoje em dia chove miséria.
- Nowadays misery falls from the sky.
- (transitive, poetic) to shower with (to provide with great amounts of)
O governador choveu louros sobre os atletas.
- The governor showered the athletes with laurels.
Conjugation of the Portuguese -er verb chover
- Kabuverdianu: txobe