"The sky has many clouds" ?
That is another accepted translation but to my native English ears, it sounds foreign. Is that your question? Are you trying to ask if it correct.? Please be more specific.
The word ουρανός comes from Greek God Uranus right? The god of the sky?
That's right. :-)
"is very cloudy" ?
That is the same meaning, yes, but it's not the exact translation. very cloudy would be "πολύ συννεφιασμένος".
We would say: "It is very cloudy." (not 'the sky') or "There are a lot of clouds in the sky." The best sounding Greek is what troll1995 give above. So, this sentence needs some editing.
What's wrong with "many"?
"many" is another accepted translation but I see that it wasn't entered in the incubator correctly. It's been corrected and we apologize.
'The sky has many clouds' is what I put which was marked wrong.
As I said above "The sky has many clouds." is correct but there was an error in our incubator. I've corrected it, however, it may take a day or two to take effect.
Sorry I misread your previous posting.
That's ok. No problem we're here to help.
The sky has many clouds is still not accepted?
It's there I assure you. Send a screenshot so we can see what's going on and if its' a bug we can report it.
I think 'There are a lot of clouds in the sky' would be a natural English translation
That is one of the alternative translations.
How about "there are many clouds in the sky"?
Also, an accepted translation.
But it was refused...
I apologize after your second comment I checked again and see the sentence was not correctly entered. I've edited it now and thank you for getting back to us.
I put 'There are many clouds in the sky' which was rejected but an English person is more likely to say this than the given version.
Thank you as you will see from my comment above the sentence is now corrected entered and should be accepted. Sorry for the inconvenience.
The sky has plenty of clouds?
"Plenty of" would mean that there were sufficient clouds for some purpose. In a sentence like this without context, it would be very odd and I don't recommend its use. However, I'm adding it just in case there is ever enough context to require it.
It's still not accepted.
Please send a screenshot so we can see what's going on. If something is in the incubator and it is rejected it might be a bug we need to report it.
Is ουρανος also the name of the planet Uranus ?