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Pronunciation of Shower: Learn how to pronounce Shower in English correctly

Learn how to say Shower correctly in English with this tutorial pronunciation video.

Oxford dictionary definition of the word shower:

noun
1a brief and usually light fall of rain, hail, sleet, or snow:
a day of sunny spells and scattered showers
a mass of small things falling or moving at the same time:
a shower of dust sprinkled his face
a group of particles produced by a cosmic-ray particle in the earth’s atmosphere.
2a cubicle or bath in which a person stands under a spray of water to wash:
all rooms have private shower and WC
the apparatus in a shower that produces the spray of water:
she turned off the shower and reached for a towel
(US also shower bath) an act of washing oneself in a shower:
she had a nice refreshing shower
3a large number of things happening or given at the same time:
a shower of awards
[often with modifier] North American a party at which presents are given to someone, typically a woman who is about to get married or have a baby:
she loved going to baby showers
4 [in singular] British informal a group of people perceived as incompetent or worthless:
look at this lot—what a shower!
verb
1 [no object, with adverbial of direction] (of a mass of small things) fall or be thrown in a shower:
bits of broken glass showered over me
[with object and adverbial of direction] cause (a mass of small things) to fall in a shower:
his hooves showered sparks across the concrete floor
[with object] (shower someone with) throw (a number of things) all at once towards someone:
hooligans showered him with rotten eggs
2 [with object] (shower someone with) give someone a great number of (things):
he showered her with kisses
(shower something on/upon) give a great number of things to (someone):
senior officers showered praise on their young policewomen
3 [no object] wash oneself in a shower:
she showered and went down to breakfast
Phrases
send someone to the showers
North American informal send off or eject someone from a match, race, or contest.
Origin:
Old English scūr ‘light fall of rain, hail, etc.’, of Germanic origin; related to Dutch schoer and German Schauer