storm

stɔm

Перевод:

Noun: буря шторм гроза штурм
Verb: штурмовать бушевать кричать свирепствовать

Фразы:

a storm is brewing - гроза собирается

storm cloud - грозовая туча

to storm / take a fortress - занимать крепость

to hail down a storm of blows - осыпать градом ударов

hard storm - жестокий шторм

robustious storm - сильный шторм

to ride out / weather a storm - благополучно перенести шторм

heavy / severe / violent storm - дикая, сильная буря

storm of applause - шквал аплодисментов

storm centre - центр штормового циклона, очаг, центр, сосредоточение

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Примеры:

A storm is coming on. - Надвигается шторм.

The morning after a storm - Утро после грозы

A storm was gathering. - Собиралась буря.

He stormed out of the room. - Он выскочил из комнаты.

The storm has remitted. - Шторм утих.

A storm is threatening. - Надвигается буря.

The storm was impending. - Надвигалась гроза.

She stormed into the office. - Она ворвалась в кабинет.

Any port in a storm. посл. - В бурю любая гавань хороша.

Outside, a storm was raging. - Снаружи бушевала буря.

The storm unleashed its fury. - Гроза разразилась во всю свою силу.

Alan stormed out of the room. - Алан выскочил из комнаты.

She yelled at us and stormed off. - Она наорала на наc, и в бешенстве убежала.

The storm abated - Буря утихла.

a lull in the storm - затишье во время грозы / бури / шторма

It was storming all night. - Гроза продолжалась всю ночь.

The storm made her seasick. - От шторма её укачало. / Шторм вызвал у неё морскую болезнь.

They were dancing up a storm. - Они танцевали энергично, с огоньком.

The storm finally tapered off. - В конце концов шторм утих.

The storm finally spent itself. - Шторм наконец затих.

The worst of the storm is over. - Буря начинает утихать.

The sky cleared after the storm. - После грозы небо прояснилось.

the elemental power of the storm - стихийная мощь этого шторма

We went inside during the storm. - На время грозы мы зашли в дом.

The storm caused minimal damage. - Ураган нанёс минимальный ущерб.

If it storms, we'll need shelter - Если разразится шторм (гроза), нам потребуется укрытие.

I'll stay and weather the storm. - Я останусь и пережду шторм.

Our fence blew over in the storm. - Наш забор унесло бурей.

The storm struck without warning. - Шторм ударил без предупреждения.

We waited for the storm to abate. - Мы ждали, когда стихнет буря.

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Связанные термины:

ice storm: a storm of freezing rain that deposits a glaze of ice on the ground

dust storm: A dust storm is a storm in which strong winds carry a lot of dust.

line storm: a storm occurring around an equinox

storm belt: an area of the earth's surface in which storms are frequent

storm cloud: Storm clouds are the dark clouds which are seen before a storm.

storm-cock: a large European thrush, Turdus viscivorus, with a brown back and spotted breast, noted for feeding on mistletoe berries

storm cone: a canvas cone hoisted as a warning of high winds

storm door: an extra outer door for protection in bad weather

storm drain: a drain intended to cope with the large amounts of water that appear in times of heavy rain or flooding

storm force: (on the Beaufort scale ) force 10 0 r 11

storm glass: a sealed tube containing a solution supposed to change in appearance according to the weather

storm sewer: a drain intended to cope with the large amounts of water that appear in times of heavy rain or flooding

storm surge: an abnormal rise in the level of the sea along a coast caused by the onshore winds of a severe cyclone

storm water: standing water produced after a heavy rainfall or snowfall

Desert Storm: the principal military operation carried out by UN forces in the Gulf War

fierce storm: A storm is very bad weather, with heavy rain, strong winds, and often thunder and lightning .

perfect storm: A perfect storm is an unusual combination of events or things that produce an unusually bad or powerful result.

storm cellar: a place excavated or built as a refuge from storms

storm center: the shifting center of a cyclone, an area of lowest barometric pressure and comparative calm

storm centre: the centre of a cyclonic storm, etc, where pressure is lowest

storm collar: a high collar on a coat

storm damage: Damage is physical harm that is caused to an object.

storm lantern: a paraffin lamp, with a glass covering to prevent the flame from being blown out

storm-lashed: badly affected by storms

storm petrel: any small petrel, such as the northern Hydrobates pelagicus, of the family Hydrobatidae, typically having a dark plumage with paler underparts

storm-tossed: thrown up and down or side to side by a storm

storm trooper: Storm troopers were members of a private Nazi army who were well-known for being violent .

storm troops: shock troops

storm trysail: a small fore-and-aft sail, triangular or square, set on the mainmast of a sailing vessel in foul weather to help keep her head to the wind

storm warning: a pattern of lights, flags, etc, displayed at certain ports as a warning to shipping of an approaching storm

storm window: an additional window fitted to the outside of an ordinary window to provide insulation against wind, cold, rain, etc

Twitter storm: a message on the Twitter website which attracts a significant amount of attention from other Twitter users and may be picked up by mainstream media

violent storm: a wind of force 11 on the Beaufort scale, reaching speeds of 64–72 mph

winter storm: A storm is very bad weather, with heavy rain, strong winds, and often thunder and lightning .

electric storm: a violent atmospheric disturbance in which the air is highly charged with static electricity, causing a storm

ferocious storm: A storm is very bad weather, with heavy rain, strong winds, and often thunder and lightning .

magnetic storm: a sudden severe disturbance of the earth's magnetic field, caused by emission of charged particles from the sun

storm insurance: insurance cover against damage caused by windstorms

tropical storm: a cyclone or area of low pressure in the tropics with spiralling winds of between 39 and 73 miles per hour

electrical storm: a violent atmospheric disturbance in which the air is highly charged with static electricity, causing a storm

geomagnetic storm: See magnetic storm

take by storm: to capture or overrun by a violent assault

weather the storm: to survive a difficult situation or period without being seriously harmed or very badly affected by it

firestorm: A firestorm is a fire that is burning uncontrollably, usually in a place that has been bombed .

hailstorm: A hailstorm is a storm during which it hails.

storm in a teacup: a violent fuss or disturbance over a trivial matter

take sth by storm: If someone or something takes a place by storm, they are extremely successful .

a port in a storm: a person, place, or organization where you can get help in a difficult situation

a storm in a teacup: If you describe a situation as a storm in a teacup, you think that a lot of fuss is being made about something that is not important.

lull before the storm: If you describe a situation as the lull before the storm, you mean that although it is calm now, there is going to be trouble in the future .

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Однокоренные слова:

stormy - бурный, штормовой, буйный, неистовый, предвещающий бурю, яростный

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