Meaning of When It Rains It Pours?


When it rains it pours' is typically used to describe a situation where something goes wrong, only to have a lot of other things go wrong at the same time. In other words, it describes a bad situation getting even worse. For example, if you were to get sick, then find out that you lost your job, you might say: 'When it rains it pours.
Q&A Related to "Meaning of When It Rains It Pours?"
The statement 'It never rains but it pours' is a saying. The sentence means that things don't happen just a little bit, but in an unforgettable way that leaves an impact. It tends'...
1. Review your project plans and know what is allowable for breaking a pour should the rain become a downpour. "Breaking a pour" means to stop a pour before it is complete
1. The rain started to pour when I was just about to go out. I enjoy studying in front of my desk at home when it's pouring rain outside. Are both sentences grammatically correct?
This idiom means that when things go wrong, a lot of things
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