It’s chucking it down.

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There’s strong emphasis on “chucking” (which means “throwing”), so you need big intonation. Careful to keep your tongue touching between the /t/ and /d/, so you don’t get an unwanted syllable between the words.

The phrase means “It’s raining very hard”. For a ruder alternative, look here:

https://en.oxforddictionaries.com/definition/pissing

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