-they will rain
The word lloverán is the future form of llover in the third person plural.
See the full llover conjugation


Parece que lloverán marinos.
It was up to them.
Lamentablemente, desde el cielo y desde los satélites lloverán señales en todos nuestros Estados procedentes de todos nuestros Estados.
I am afraid that the heavens and the satellites will soon be raining signals from all over the Union down on all our States.
Lloverán nano-termitas sobre sus cabezas.
Rain thermite down on their heads.
Y los fragmentos lloverán sobre la Tierra.
And its fragments will rain over the Earth's surface.
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