storm

storm
[stɔːm]
n
буря, гроза, ураган, шторм, шквал

The ship finally rode out the storm. — Корабль благополучно перенес шторм.

A storm of wind and rain was raging the whole night. — Ураганный ветер с дождем бушевал всю ночь.

We were caught in the storm. — Мы попали в грозу.

The fishermen were warned of the coming storm. — Рыбаки были оповещены о надвигающемся шторме.

A storm in a teacup/in a puddle. — Буря в стакане воды

- a heavy storm
- unusually severe storm
- a fearful storm
- magnetic storm
- winter storm
- wind storm
- summer storm
- a snow storm
- rain storm
- freezing hail storm
- cyclonic storm
- thunder storm
- blinding snow storm
- howling wind storm
- gathering storm
- storm clouds
- storm signals
- storm epicentre
- storm of bullets
- storm of protests
- storm of laughter
- storm of applause
- storm on the sea
- storm of hail
- eye of the storm
- shelter from the storm
- in the height of the storm
- be caught in the storm
- be overtaken by the storm
- be wrecked in a storm at sea
- escape the storm
- face the storm
- predict a storm
- raise a storm of tears
- resist the storm
- ride out a storm
- stand the storm
- threaten a storm
- survive the storm
- storm began to rise
- a storm is gathering
- storm keeps up
- storm is over
- a storm broke out
- calm that precedes a storm
- furious storm is blowing
- bridge fell in the storm
- storm came on all of a sudden

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