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Explanation: Maybe it was meant to read “When it really rips down...” where “it” refers to the rain so that the sentence would mean Kalau hujannya benar-benar lebat, ...
Ian Forbes New Zealand Local time: 09:04 Native speaker of: English PRO pts in category: 68
well done guys!
Notes to answerer
Asker: I was guessing the "it" refers to rain, but then I read some agro-cultural website there's this "ripping" word, which mean something to do with digging the soil, so that's why I got a second thought. But I think the ripping is just another term for different case then. Thanks for the favorable light.
Asker: I am thinking rips down meaning would be : something that move down rapidly or heavily?