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Translation of "tempest" - English-Spanish dictionary

tempest

noun /ˈtempist/
( literary) a violent storm, with very strong winds tempestad, tormenta A tempest arose and they were drowned at sea.
tempestuous /temˈpestjuəs/ adjective
(of a person, behaviour/behavior etc) violently emotional; passionate tempestuoso a tempestuous argument/relationship.
very stormy; of or like a tempest tempestuoso, de tormenta, borrascoso tempestuous winds.
tempestuously adverb
tempestuosamente
tempestuousness noun
cualidad de tempestuoso the tempestuousness of their relationship.
(Definition of tempest from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
Translations of “tempest”
in Vietnamese cơn bão lớn…
in Malaysian ribut kencang…
in Thai พายุ (หิมะ, ลูกเห็บฯลฯ)…
in French tempête…
in German der Sturm…
in Chinese (Simplified) 大风暴, 暴风雨, 暴风雪…
in Indonesian badai…
in Chinese (Traditional) 大風暴, 暴風雨, 暴風雪…
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