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flurry

noun /ˈflari, (American) ˈfləːri/ ( plural flurries)
a sudden rush (of wind etc); light snow
ráfaga
A flurry of wind made the door bang a flurry of excitement The children expected a lot of snow but there were only flurries.
a confusion
nerviosismo, agitación
She was in a flurry.
Translations of “flurry”
in French rafale, émoi…
in German der (Wind)Stoß, die Aufregung…
in Chinese (Traditional) 雪, 小陣雪…
in Russian шквал, суматоха, снегопад…
in Turkish telaş, dalga, debdebe…
in Chinese (Simplified) 雪, 小阵雪…
in Polish przypływ, seria, śnieżyca…
(Definition of flurry from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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