Definition of superstorm in English:

superstorm

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Pronunciation: /ˈsuːpəstɔːm
 
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noun

  • A powerful and destructive storm that affects a very large area: Britain faces a growing threat from superstorms that could bring at least 10% more rain than today’s worst downpours
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    • People just got tired of seeing their homes and business destroyed on a regular basis by superstorms and rising sea levels.
    • The destruction led Leahy to wonder if government officials, planners and developers really understand the risk posed by such superstorms.
    • His teenage son, Sam, is trapped in New York, ground zero for one of three superstorms spreading across the northern hemisphere.

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