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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.
Translations of “storm”
in Arabic عاصِفة…
in Korean 폭풍…
in Malaysian ribut, riuh-rendah…
in French orage, tempête…
in Turkish fırtına…
in Italian temporale…
in Chinese (Traditional) 惡劣的天氣, 風暴, 暴風雨…
in Russian буря, ураган…
in Polish burza, nawałnica…
in Vietnamese cơn giông tố, bão, cơn…
in Spanish tormenta, torrente…
in Portuguese tempestade, tormenta…
in Thai พายุ, การแสดงออกอย่างรุนแรง…
in German der Sturm…
in Catalan tempesta…
in Japanese 嵐, 暴風雨…
in Indonesian badai…
in Chinese (Simplified) 恶劣的天气, 风暴, 暴风雨…
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