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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.
Translations of “thunder”
in Arabic رَعْد…
in Korean 천둥…
in Malaysian guruh, petir, bunyi gemuruh…
in French tonnerre…
in Turkish gök gürlemesi…
in Italian tuono, tuoni…
in Chinese (Traditional) 雷,雷聲, 雷鳴般的響聲,轟隆聲…
in Russian гром…
in Polish grzmot…
in Vietnamese sấm, tiếng sấm, tiếng sét…
in Portuguese trovão…
in Thai ฟ้าร้อง, เสียงฟ้าร้อง…
in German der Donner, das Donnern…
in Catalan tro…
in Japanese 雷鳴…
in Indonesian guntur, bunyi mengguruh…
in Chinese (Simplified) 雷,雷声, 雷鸣般的响声,轰隆声…
(Definition of thunder from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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