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Meaning of “thunder” - Learner’s Dictionary

thunder

verb
 
 
/ˈθʌndər/
it thunders When it thunders during a storm, a loud noise comes from the sky.Stormy weatherWind and winds
thunder along/down/through, etc to move in a way that makes a deep, loud, continuous sound: Traffic thunders through the village all day.Sounds made by objects, movement or impact
Translations of “thunder”
in Arabic يَرعَد…
in Korean 천둥이 치다…
in Malaysian dgn bunyi bergemuruh…
in French tonner…
in Italian tuonare…
in Chinese (Traditional) 打雷, 轟隆隆地移動, 怒吼…
in Vietnamese gây ra tiếng động vang to…
in Spanish tronar…
in Portuguese trovejar…
in Thai ส่งเสียงดังคล้ายเสียงฟ้าร้อง…
in German donnern…
in Catalan tronar…
in Japanese 雷が鳴る…
in Indonesian mengguruh…
in Chinese (Simplified) 打雷, 轰隆隆地移动, 怒吼…
(Definition of thunder verb from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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