Definição de 'storm'

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Heavy storms saw a blanket of seaweed thrown onto the normally golden sands. The Sun (2009)Then he and his wife resign their seats amid a storm of public protest. Times, Sunday Times (2010)It is so hard to tell these days which way people storm. Times, Sunday Times (2007)There have been tremendous storms of rain which may check the advance. Times, Sunday Times (2015)Now it appears that the industry has weathered the storm. Times, Sunday Times (2006)Shetland is an ideal place to storm watch. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Then there was a hail storm that took us off air for a while. The Sun (2015)Love that has weathered storms can be strong again. The Sun (2010)Pakistan is heading into a storm right now. Times, Sunday Times (2011)Any success goes down a storm and people are really getting behind the team. Times, Sunday Times (2006)The storm rained on both sides of the stadium and came back together on the other side. Christianity Today (2000)The effect of the broadcast is akin to being warm and cosy inside while a storm rages outside. Times, Sunday Times (2015)The latter will work but inevitably draw a storm of protest from small but vocal vested interest groups. Times, Sunday Times (2011)He attacked me and stormed out. The Sun (2008)When this becomes large enough, lightning storms can then be triggered. Times, Sunday Times (2015)On the fourth day it rained, a heavy summer storm that boiled up from the south. Kerr, Katharine A Time of War (1993)Thunder and lightning storms lashed the South for nine hours with many roads left flooded. The Sun (2015)More than 1,000 people were injured and three died at the weekend after a mob stormed the embassy. Times, Sunday Times (2011)He did not hold the job for long, but resigned in protest after the students stormed the embassy. Times, Sunday Times (2009)The arrest comes almost a month after hundreds of troops stormed his stronghold in the Tivoli Gardens slum. Times, Sunday Times (2010)The Italian was two under for the day after 10 holes when play was suspended due to bad light after storms held up play. The Sun (2011)And when, at the end, they greeted me with a storm of applause it made all the nervous anticipation worthwhile and encouraged me to continue. Amanda Mackenzie Stuart Consuelo & Alva: Love and Power in the Gilded Age (2005)

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Traduções de storm

Inglês Britânico: storm /stɔːm/ NOUN
A storm is very bad weather, with heavy rain, strong winds, and often thunder and lightning.
...the violent storms along the East Coast.
  • Inglês Americano: storm
  • Árabe: عاصِفَة
  • Português Brasileiro: tempestade
  • Chinês: 风暴
  • Croata: oluja
  • Tcheco: bouře
  • Dinamarquês: storm
  • Holandês: storm
  • Espanhol Europeu: tormenta
  • Finlandês: myrsky
  • Francês: tempête
  • Alemão: Sturm
  • Grego: καταιγίδα
  • Italiano: tempesta
  • Japonês:
  • Coreano: 폭풍
  • Norueguês: storm
  • Polonês: burza
  • Português Europeu: tempestade
  • Romeno: furtună
  • Russo: буря
  • Espanhol: tormenta
  • Sueco: storm
  • Tailandês: พายุ
  • Turco: fırtına
  • Ucraniano: буря
  • Vietnamita: cơn bão
Inglês Britânico: storm VERB
If you storm into or out of a place, you enter or leave it quickly and noisily, because you are angry.
After a bit of an argument, he stormed out.
  • Inglês Americano: storm
  • Português Brasileiro: enfurecer-se
  • Chinês: 气冲冲地走
  • Espanhol Europeu: irrumpir {or} salir atropelladamente
  • Francês: aller en trombe
  • Alemão: stürmen
  • Italiano: andare come una furia
  • Japonês: >入る/出る怒ってどたばたと
  • Coreano: 뛰어 들어오다
  • Português Europeu: enfurecer-se
  • Espanhol: irrumpir {or} salir atropelladamente


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