Translation of gale in Spanish:
- 1.1 (Meteorol) (wind)a force nine galeviento (masculine) fuerteit's blowing a gale outside [colloquial]vientos de fuerza nuevegale warninghay un viento afuera que te vuelasaviso (masculine) de temporalExample sentences
- Along the southern coastline, many large swells are generated well south of the continent by strong westerly gales that can blow unimpeded for thousands of kilometres.
- The weather was, overall, a mixed batch, varying from bright (chilly perhaps) sunshine, to snow, to strong winds and gales.
- Strong gales of wind had begun to blow through the valley.
Example sentences1.2 (outburst) gales of laughter
- In November 2000 they set off for a five-day training run and found themselves crewing the boat into the teeth of a force eight south-westerly gale.
- Mind you, as long as you can stop them blowing away, you could enjoy these chips in anything from a refreshing sea breeze to a force-9 gale.
- It was a force nine gale, a tad below a hurricane, and Rogue Wave was in a grand and powerful waltz.
estallidos (masculine plural) de risaExample sentences
- They are winds that put the mind in tumult, sweeping us along like ships in a gale, and as storms disturb the harmony of nature, passions are discordant and jangling.
- Fleeing with other demoralized shreds of the Spanish Armada, the galley had sailed up the eastern coast of England, driven on ahead of the English fleet by gales and storms.
- After main summer leave, the ship - which was damaged by a ferry during gales last autumn in Portsmouth Harbour - will be preparing for her first major deployment, which begins late this year.
- Youth shouts with a laugh, and again, the band collapses in gales of laughter.
- I blink in surprise and Sam and Ben burst into gales of laughter.
- By the time Fox was done speaking, the giggles had erupted into gales of laughter.
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