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Spanish translation of “thunder”

thunder

noun /ˈθandə/
the deep rumbling sound heard in the sky after a flash of lightning
trueno
a clap/peal of thunder a thunderstorm.
a loud rumbling
estruendo
the thunder of horses’ hooves.
thundering adjective very great
enorme
a thundering idiot.
thunderous adjective like thunder
atronador, ensordecedor
a thunderous noise.
thunderously adverb
atronadoramente, ensordecedoramente
thundery adjective warning of, or likely to have or bring, thunder
de tormenta
thundery clouds/weather.
thunderbolt noun a flash of lightning immediately followed by thunder
rayo
He was struck by a thunderbolt.
a sudden great surprise
campanada, bomba, sorpresa, trabucazo
Her arrival was a complete thunderbolt.
(Definition of thunder from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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