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storm

verb
 
 
/stɔːm/
[T] to attack a building, town, etc, using violence: Armed police stormed the embassy and arrested hundreds of protesters.Attacking and invading
storm into/out of, etc to enter or leave a place in a very noisy way because you are angry: He stormed out of the meeting.Arriving, entering and invadingDepartingBecoming angry and expressing anger
Translations of “storm”
in Spanish marcharse hecho una furia, asaltar, tomar por asalto…
in French aller furieusement, prendre d’assaut…
in German stürmen…
in Chinese (Traditional) 襲擊, 突襲, 攻佔…
in Russian штурмовать…
in Turkish saldırmak, hücum etmek…
in Chinese (Simplified) 袭击, 突袭, 攻占…
in Polish szturmować…
(Definition of storm verb from the Cambridge Learners Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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