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squall

noun [C] uk   /skwɔːl/ us    /skwɑːl/

squall noun [C] (STRONG WIND)

a sudden strong wind or short storm: Violent squalls signalled the approach of the hurricane.

squall noun [C] (SHOUT)

squally
adjective uk   /ˈskwɔː.li/ us    /ˈskwɑː-/

squall

verb [I] uk   /skwɔːl/ us    /skwɑːl/
(especially of a baby) to make a loud, sharp noise
Traducciones de “squall”
en español borrasca…
en francés bourrasque…
en alemán die Böe…
en chino (tradicionál) 強風, 颮(指突起的狂風或短時的風暴)…
en ruso шквал…
en turco anî ve kuvvetli fırtına…
en chino (simplificado) 强风, 飑(指突起的狂风或短时的风暴)…
en polaco szkwał…
(Definition of squall from the Cambridge Advanced Learner's Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
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