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storm

noun /stoːm/
a violent disturbance in the air causing wind, rain, thunder etc
tormenta
a rainstorm a thunderstorm a storm at sea The roof was damaged by the storm.
a violent outbreak of feeling etc
torrente
A storm of anger greeted his speech a storm of applause.
stormy adjective ( comparative stormier, superlative stormiest) having a lot of strong wind, heavy rain etc
tormentoso
a stormy day stormy weather a stormy voyage.
full of anger or uncontrolled feeling
acalorado
in a stormy mood a stormy discussion.
stormily adverb
tormentosamente
storminess noun
tempestuosidad
the storminess of their relationship.
stormbound adjective prevented by storms from continuing with a voyage, receiving regular supplies etc
inmovilizado por el mal tiempo
stormbound ships.
stormtrooper noun a soldier specially trained for violent and dangerous attacks.
soldado de las tropas de asalto
a storm in a teacup noun a fuss made over an unimportant matter
una tempestad en un vaso de agua
Despite all the shouting, the argument turned out to be a storm in a teacup.
take by storm to capture by means of a sudden violent attack
tomar por asalto, cautivar
The invaders took the city by storm.
Translations of “storm”
in Korean 폭풍…
in Arabic عاصِفة…
in French orage, tempête…
in Italian temporale…
in Chinese (Traditional) 惡劣的天氣, 風暴, 暴風雨…
in Russian буря, ураган…
in Turkish fırtına…
in Polish burza, nawałnica…
in Portuguese tempestade, tormenta…
in German der Sturm…
in Catalan tempesta…
in Japanese 嵐, 暴風雨…
in Chinese (Simplified) 恶劣的天气, 风暴, 暴风雨…
(Definition of storm from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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