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English definition of “stormy”

stormy

adjective     /ˈstɔːmi/
WEATHER If it is stormy, the weather is bad with a lot of wind and rain: a stormy night stormy seas Stormy weatherWind and winds
ARGUING A stormy relationship or situation involves a lot of anger and arguments: a stormy relationship a stormy meeting/debateAnger and displeasure
(Definition of stormy adjective from the Cambridge Learner's Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

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