storm in Spanish

s. tormenta, borrasca, procela, tempestad, temporal; arrebato, acceso
v. asaltar, invadir
Related Spanish Translations
storm clouds. nubarrón (m)
storm cloudss. cerrazón (m)
stormbounddemorado por la tormenta, paralizado por la tormenta, cerrado por el mal tiempo; aislado, bloqueado por el mal tiempo
storm-clouds. nubarrón (m)
storminesss. estado tempestuoso
stormings. asalto (m)
stormyadj. tempestuoso, aborrascado, borrascoso, chubascoso, proceloso, tormentoso
noun: a direct and violent assault on a stronghold
noun: a violent weather condition with winds 64-72 knots (11 on the Beaufort scale) and precipitation and thunder and lightening
noun: a violent commotion or disturbance Example:The storms that had characterized their relationship had died away.
verb: blow hard Example:It was storming all night.
verb: rain, hail, or snow hard and be very windy, often with thunder or lightning Example:If it storms, we'll need shelter.

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Synonyms for storm
1. attack: assault, siege
2. tempest: blizzard, gale, hurricane, hailstorm, snowstorm, sirocco, thunderstorm
3. commotion: upheaval, turmoil, hysteria, violence, strife, disturbance, convulsion
4. blow: howl, hail, rain, squall, snow
5. rage: complain, fume, rant
6. attack: assault, besiege, rush
Verb forms for storm
Present participle: storming
Present: storm (3.person: storms)
Past: stormed
Future: will storm
Present conditional: would storm
Present Perfect: have stormed (3.person: has stormed)
Past Perfect: had stormed
Future Perfect: will have stormed
Past conditional: would have stormed