Definition of 'snowstorm'
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This freak snowstorm literally did not come out of a clear blue sky. The Sun (2009)The Italians were caught in a heavy snowstorm. The Spanish Civil War: Reaction, Revolution and RevengeAn attempt to stop a woman's unhappy drinking sends her recklessly out into a sudden snowstorm in the Pyrenees. Times, Sunday Times (2006)
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Translations for 'snowstorm'
British English: snowstorm /ˈsnəʊˌstɔːm/ NOUN
A snowstorm is a very heavy fall of snow, usually when there is also a strong wind blowing at the same time.
- American English: snowstorm
- Arabic: عَاصِفَةٌ ثَلْجِيَّة
- Brazilian Portuguese: tempestade de neve
- Chinese: 暴风雪
- Croatian: snježna oluja
- Czech: sněhová bouře
- Danish: snestorm
- Dutch: sneeuwstorm
- European Spanish: ventisca normal
- Finnish: lumimyrsky
- French: tempête de neige
- German: Schneesturm
- Greek: χιονοθύελλα
- Italian: tormenta
- Japanese: 吹雪
- Korean: 눈보라
- Norwegian: snøstorm
- Polish: śnieżyca
- European Portuguese: tempestade de neve
- Romanian: furtună de zăpadă
- Russian: снежная буря
- Spanish: ventisca
- Swedish: snöstorm
- Thai: พายุหิมะ
- Turkish: kar fırtınası
- Ukrainian: заметіль
- Vietnamese: cơn bão tuyết
Definition of snowstorm from the Collins English Dictionary
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