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flurry

noun uk   /ˈflʌr.i/ us    /ˈflɝː-/

flurry noun (SNOW)

[C] a sudden light fall of snow, blown in different directions by the wind: We might see a snow flurry or two tonight.

flurry noun (ACTIVITY)

[C usually singular] a sudden, short period of activity, excitement, or interest: The prince's words on marriage have prompted a flurry of speculation in the press this week. a flurry of activity
Translations of “flurry”
in Spanish ráfaga, nerviosismo, agitación…
in French rafale, émoi…
in German der (Wind)Stoß, die Aufregung…
in Chinese (Traditional) 雪, 小陣雪…
in Russian шквал, суматоха, снегопад…
in Turkish telaş, dalga, debdebe…
in Chinese (Simplified) 雪, 小阵雪…
in Polish przypływ, seria, śnieżyca…
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