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When water becomes less dense and floats up to the sky and becomes a gas, this process is called evaporation.
After reaching the sky, the gas becomes a liquid cloud and rain forms within it, this is called condensation.
Sometimes water can get sucked underground because of Earth's gravity. This is called infiltration.
Once the condensation is complete the cloud will start to pour out the water that was inside of it. This process is called precipitation.
Water can sometimes land on steep hills and flow down them. This is called runoff.
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