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blizzardnoun [C]

 us   /ˈblɪz·ərd/
a severe snow storm with strong winds: We didn’t get out for three days after the blizzard was over.
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Translations of “blizzard”
in Korean 눈보라…
in Arabic عاصِفة ثَلْجِيّة…
in Malaysian ribut salji…
in French blizzard…
in Russian метель…
in Chinese (Traditional) 雪, 暴風雪, 雪暴…
in Italian bufera di neve, tormenta…
in Turkish kar fırtınası, tipi…
in Polish zamieć, śnieżyca…
in Spanish ventisca, tempestad de viento y nieve, nevasca…
in Vietnamese trận bão tuyết…
in Portuguese nevasca…
in Thai พายุหิมะ…
in German der Schneesturm…
in Catalan borrufada…
in Japanese 猛ふぶき, ブリザード…
in Chinese (Simplified) 雪, 暴风雪, 雪暴…
in Indonesian badai salju…
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