Significado de “storm” - en el Diccionario Inglés

storm en inglés británico

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stormnoun

uk /stɔːm/ us /stɔːrm/

storm noun (VIOLENT WEATHER)

A2 [ C ] an extreme weather condition with very strong wind, heavy rain, and often thunder and lightning:

A lot of trees were blown down in the recent storms.
They're still cleaning up the storm damage.

Más ejemplos

  • A lot of trees came down in the storm.
  • We took cover from the storm in a bus shelter.
  • The storm left behind it a trail of devastation.
  • Our apple tree fell down in the storm.
  • The storm wreaked havoc in the garden, uprooting trees and blowing a fence down.

stormverb

uk /stɔːm/ us /stɔːrm/

-stormsuffix

uk / -stɔːm/ us / -stɔːrm/

(Definición de storm del Cambridge Advanced Learner's Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

storm en inglés americano

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stormnoun [ C ]

us /stɔrm/

storm noun [ C ] (VIOLENT WEATHER)

an extreme weather condition with strong winds and heavy rain or snow:

The storm left over a foot of snow on the ground.

storm noun [ C ] (STRONG FEELING)

a strong expression of feeling, esp. in reaction to a statement or event:

The new rent regulations raised a storm of criticism from both renters and landlords.

stormverb

us /stɔrm/

storm verb (ATTACK)

[ T ] to attack a place or building suddenly:

Officers stormed the building the demonstrators had occupied.

storm verb (SHOW STRONG FEELING)

[ I always + adv/prep ] to move quickly and forcefully to show you are angry:

Henry stormed into Giffen’s office waving a copy of the newspaper and yelling at the top of his lungs.

(Definición de storm del Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)