lloverían
-they would rain
Conditionalellos/ellas/ustedesconjugation ofllover.

llover

Se había vuelto una evidencia - casi un dogma - que los recursos externos lloverían siempre como el maná.
It became almost a dogma that foreign aid would fall forever like manna from heaven.
Tanta lluvia, como prefigurando los grandes problemas que lloverían sobre aquel hombre tímido. Los enfrentó todos con la misma tranquilidad parsimoniosa con la que conversaba con sus sacerdotes o con cualquier persona que lo buscaba para ser escuchado.
In hindsight, it could well have been foreshadowing the problems that would rain down on that shy man, problems he would confront with the same prudent calmness he displayed when talking to his priests or anyone else who sought him out.
Si la conocieran, lloverían alabanzas en canciones de las nubes de sus ojos, despejando la visión, bañando el corazón.
If they knew her, praise songs would rain from the clouds of their eyes, clearing the vision, bathing the heart.
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