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Translation of "storm" - English-Spanish dictionary


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
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.
(Definition of storm from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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