There are 2 translations of storm in Spanish:

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Pronunciation: /stɔːrm; stɔːm/

n

  • 1 [Meteo] tormenta (f) a storm at sea una tempestad, un temporal let's try to get home before the storm breaks intentemos llegar a casa antes de que se desate or se desencadene la tormenta a storm in a teacup (BrE) una tormenta en un vaso de agua to take sth by storm tomar algo por asalto, asaltar algo she took New York's audiences by storm cautivó al público neoyorquino, tuvo un éxito clamoroso en Nueva York to weather o ride (out) the storm capear el temporal (before n) storm damage daños (mpl) por tormenta
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    • These kinds of storms can produce rain, hail snow, thunder and lightning.
    • Hampshire was battered by high-speed winds and heavy rain yesterday as violent storms hit the county.
    • The storms also brought strong winds and frequent lightning, we are told.
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    • The whole storm system may be up to 10 miles high and on average 500 miles wide.
    • The storm system is still causing flash floods along the Atlantic coast.
    • A storm system late last week brought welcome precipitation and limited relief to north central and northeast Nebraska, often with 2-4 inches of rain.
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    • Elsewhere in the county, fire crews had a relatively quiet weekend despite the storm force winds.
    • As the storm force winds abated late on Thursday evening conditions did improve in most areas.
    • In the early part of the month the Co. Down coast was battered by one of the worst storms for a number of years with easterly winds gusting up to severe storm force 11.
  • 2 (of abuse) torrente (m); (of protest) ola (f), tempestad (f); (uproar) escándalo (m), revuelo (m) a new storm broke estalló un nuevo escándalo, se volvió a armar un revuelo his fifth novel was launched in a storm of publicity su quinta novela fue lanzada con mucha alharaca or con gran despliegue publicitario
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    • This was my first exposure to the raging storm of the creation-day controversy.
    • However, a new poll suggests that the 39-year-old's public appeal has not been affected by the storm over drugs.
    • Closer to home, the Irish Times, once the stately ship of Irish journalism, continues to be battered by storms and controversy.
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    • When Dylan himself decided to make the transition from folk hero to electric messiah, he found himself at the centre of a storm of protest.
    • After a storm of protest, the conservation group agreed to talk to animal welfare groups to see if there was a way to save both hedgehogs and birds.
    • The proposals for extra drinking time were met with a storm of protest from neighbours who said it would fuel late-night noise.

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Word of the day prestado
adj
el vestido no es mío, es prestado = it's not my dress, I borrowed it …
Cultural fact of the day

Churro is a typical Spanish food, consisting of a long thin cylinder of dough, deep-fried in olive oil and often dusted with sugar. Churros are usually eaten with a thick hot drinking chocolate, especially for breakfast.

There are 2 translations of storm in Spanish:

storm2

vi

  • 1 1.1 (move violently) (+ adv compl) troops stormed into the country las tropas marcharon sobre el país she stormed into the office irrumpió en la oficina, entró en la oficina como un vendaval furious, he stormed out of the meeting abandonó la reunión furioso the crowd stormed through the gates la multitud se precipitó por la verja
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    • They promptly blamed each other for driving him away, and stormed off in opposite directions in the vain hope of finding their way back to the palace.
    • At last, Cora and Arlan broke away and stormed off in opposite directions.
    • He then turned on his heel and stormed off in the direction of the cucumber sandwiches.
    1.2 (blow violently) [wind] soplar con fuerza
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    • It was practically dark as we prepared to put the sign onto the posts when a strong wind stormed through bringing an icy rain and hail with it.
    • He often provided a roof over my head when it stormed or the snow was deep outside.
    • That night it stormed again and in the morning they set out through the driving rain, though the thunder and lightning had stopped.
  • 2 (express anger) despotricar*, vociferar he stormed at the manager le dijo de todo al gerente she stormed at o over the delay se puso furiosa por el retraso

vt

  • 1 (attack, capture) [city/fortress] tomar por asalto, asaltar; [house] irrumpir en
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    • The siege finally ended the following day when troops stormed the building.
    • When troops stormed the building, 129 hostages and 41 guerrillas were killed.
    • With the help of military deserters, they stormed the prison and forced its surrender, massacring the commander who had fired on them early in the attack.
  • 2 (say angrily) bramar this is outrageous, she stormed —esto es un escándalo —bramó

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Word of the day prestado
adj
el vestido no es mío, es prestado = it's not my dress, I borrowed it …
Cultural fact of the day

Churro is a typical Spanish food, consisting of a long thin cylinder of dough, deep-fried in olive oil and often dusted with sugar. Churros are usually eaten with a thick hot drinking chocolate, especially for breakfast.