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hurricane

noun /ˈharikən, (American) ˈhəːrikein/
a violent storm with winds blowing at over 120 kilometres/kilometers per hour
huracán
They forecast a hurricane for the Southeastern US.
Translations of “hurricane”
in Korean 허리케인…
in Arabic إعْصار…
in French ouragan…
in Italian uragano…
in Chinese (Traditional) (尤指西大西洋的)颶風…
in Russian ураган…
in Turkish kasırga, hortum, bora…
in Polish huragan…
in Portuguese furacão…
in German der Hurrikan…
in Catalan huracà…
in Japanese ハリケーン…
in Chinese (Simplified) (尤指西大西洋的)飓风…
(Definition of hurricane from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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