English - Definiton of flurry Pronunciation
n. bustle, commotion, excitement; brief snowfall; gust of wind
v. confuse, upset, irritate
English - Spanish - flurry Pronunciation
s. pequeño remolino, ráfaga de aire, ráfaga de viento; nevisca; conmoción; frenesí, agitación
v. remolinear, arremolinarse, formar remolinos; agitar, alborotar, disturbar
English - French - flurry Pronunciation
n. agitation, affolement, rafale, bourrasque
v. mélanger, agiter, énerver
English - German - flurry Pronunciation
n. Wirbel, Tumult; Windstoß; kurzes Schneegestöber
v. verwirren, nerven, ärgern
English - Italian - flurry Pronunciation
s. turbine di neve; folata, raffica, ventata improvvisa; (fig) agitazione, nervosismo, eccitazione; ultimi sussulti
v. mettere in agitazione, innervosire
English - Portuguese - flurry Pronunciation
s. rápida agitação do ar; nevada forte e repentina; alvoroço, barulho, tumulto
v. confundir, aturdir, perturbar
English - Russian - flurry Pronunciation
с. сильный порыв ветра, шквал; ливень, неожиданный снегопад; возбуждение, волнение, смятение, беспокойство; спешка, суматоха, взрыв активности
г. волновать, будоражить
English - Turkish - flurry Pronunciation
f. telaşlandırmak, iki ayağını bir pabuca sokmak
i. ani rüzgâr, kısa ve şiddetli yağış, sağanak, telaş, bora, balinaların ölüm mücadelesi, heyecan, herkesi saran ani his
English - Albanian - flurry Pronunciation
n. stuhi, shkulm ere, reshje e lehtë, trazim, shqetësim
v. shqetësoj, trazoj
English - Dutch - flurry Pronunciation
zn. vlaag, windstoot; opwinding, verwarring, beroering
ww. zenuwachtig maken, agiteren, jachten; in de war brengen
English - Greek - flurry Pronunciation
ουσ. φύσημα, νιφάς, ταραχή, μπουρίνι, αναστάτωση
ρήμ. ταράσσω
English - Chinese - flurry Pronunciation
(名) 疾风, 慌张, 飓风
(动) 使恐慌; 使狼狈; 激动; 慌张
English - Chinese - flurry Pronunciation
(名) 疾風, 慌張, 颶風
(動) 使恐慌; 使狼狽; 激動; 慌張
English - Japanese - flurry Pronunciation
(動) 慌てさせる
(名) 突風; にわか雨; 動揺; 混乱
English - Korean - flurry Pronunciation
명. 일진 광풍, 혼란, 단말마; 짧게 내리는 눈; 질풍
Expressions
noun: a light brief snowfall and gust of wind (or something resembling that) Example:There was a flurry of chicken feathers.
noun: a rapid bustling commotion
verb: move in an agitated or confused manner
verb: cause to feel embarrassment
name: A surname (very rare: popularity rank in the U.S.: #23838)

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Synonyms for flurry
commotion: disturbance, bother
Verb forms for flurry
Present participle: flurrying
Present: flurry (3.person: flurries)
Past: flurried
Future: will flurry
Present conditional: would flurry
Present Perfect: have flurried (3.person: has flurried)
Past Perfect: had flurried
Future Perfect: will have flurried
Past conditional: would have flurried