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Thunder in English
make a roaring sound booming sound in the air created during stormy weather

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Thunder in Greek
βροντώ βροντή

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Thunder in Chinese (s)
打雷, 怒喝, 轰隆地响; 轰隆地发出; 厉声发出吼出; 砰然重击 雷, 轰隆声, 雷声

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Thunder in Chinese (t)
打雷, 怒喝, 轟隆地響; 轟隆地發出; 厲聲發出吼出; 砰然重擊 雷, 轟隆聲, 雷聲

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Thunder in Arabic
هدر, أرعد, ترعد السماء, لفظ متوعدا, دوى رعد, دوي, عاصفة, ضجيج, هدير, صوت الرعد

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Thunder in Spanish
tronar, retumbar, rugir; decir a gritos, vociferar; ser estruendoso trueno, explosión, tronido; estruendo

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Thunder in Russian
греметь, докатиться, стучать, метать громы и молнии, грозить гром, резкое осуждение, угрозы, шум, грохот

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Thunder in Dutch
donderen, denderen, dreunen, onweren donder

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Thunder in Portuguese
trovejar trovão

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Thunder in Turkish
gürlemek, gümbürdemek, savurmak (tehdit vs.) gök gürültüsü, tehditkâr söz

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Thunder in Italian
tonare, tuonare; rimbombare, rombare; muoversi con un rombo, muoversi rombando, muoversi con fragore; inveire, parlare con veemenza, scagliare fulmini; gridare, urlare, sbraitare tuono; (fig) rombo, fragore, strepito

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Thunder in French
tonner tonnerre

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Thunder in German
donnern; wettern Donner

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Thunder in Japanese
雷が鳴る; 轟く; 大声を出す 雷; 轟音, 嵐のときに空気が起こす風の音

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Thunder in Hebrew
להרעים רעם

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Thunder in Korean
천둥치다, 천둥소리를 내다 뇌성, 우뢰, 천둥소리

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Thunder in Swedish
åska; dundra åska, dunder

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Thunder in English
Thunder Sometimes called the voice of God, as used frequently in the Old Testament and the Apocalypse. With the Romans it was popularly considered a manifestation of Jupiter Tonans -- hence the name thundering Jupiter. Apart from its physical relations, and as one of the phenomena of sound, it may be considered a manifestation of the fifth cosmic element, akasa, whence sound is born, it being understood that what our ears feel as sound is a sense interpretation to us of vibrational effects. Science appears to identify sound per se with the merely vibrational effects which accompany it or are caused by it, or even at times evoke it.


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The sound emitted by rapidly expanding gases along the channel of a lightning discharge. Over three-quarters of lightning's electrical discharge is used in heating the gases in the atmosphere in and immediately around the visible channel. Temperatures can rise to over 10,000 °C in microseconds, resulting in a violent pressure wave, composed of compression and rarefaction. The rumble of thunder is created as one's ear catches other parts of the discharge, the part of the lightning flash nearest registering first, then the parts further away.

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\thun"der\ (?), n. [oe. ?under, ?onder, ?oner, as. ?unor; akin to ?unian to stretch, to thunder, d. donder thunder, g. donner, ohg. donar, icel. ?ōrr thor, l. tonare to thunder, tonitrus thunder, gr. to`nos a stretching, straining, skr. tan to stretch. ?52. see thin, and cf. astonish, detonate, intone, thursday, tone.]
1. the sound which follows a flash of lightning; the report of a discharge of atmospheric electricity.
2. the discharge of electricity; a thunderbolt. [obs.] the revenging gods 'gainst parricides did all their thunders bend.
3. any loud noise; as, the thunder of cannon.
4. an alarming or statrling threat or denunciation. the thunders of the vatican could no longer strike into the heart of princes.
thunder
pumper. (zo?l.) (a) the croaker (haploidontus grunniens). (b) the american bittern or stake-driver.
thunder
rod, a lightning rod. [r.]
thunder
snake. (zo?l.) (a) the chicken, or milk, snake. (b) a small reddish ground snake (carphophis, or celuta, amœna) native to the eastern united states; -- called also worm snake.
thunder
tube, a fulgurite. see fulgurite.
thunder
\thun"der\ (?), v. i. [imp. & p. p. thundered (?); p. pr. & vb. n. thundering.] [as. ?unrian. see thunder, n.] 1. to produce thunder; to sound, rattle, or roar, as a discharge of atmospheric electricity; -- often used impersonally; as, it thundered continuously. canst thou thunder with a voice like him? 9.
2. fig.: to make a loud noise; esp. a heavy sound, of some continuance. his dreadful voice no more would thunder in my ears.
3. to utter violent denunciation.
thunder
\thun"der\, v. t. to emit with noise and terror; to utter vehemently; to publish, as a threat or denunciation. oracles severe were daily thundered in our general's ear. an archdeacon, as being a prelate, may thunder out an ecclesiastical censure.
thunder
n
1. a deep prolonged loud noise [syn: boom, roar, roaring]


2. a booming or crashing noise caused by air expanding along the path of a bolt of lightning v 1: move fast, noisily, and heavily; "the bus thundered down the road" 2: utter words loudly and forcefully; "`get out of here,' he roared." [syn: roar]


3. be the case that thunder is being heard; "whenever it thunders, my dog crawls under the bed." [syn: boom]


4. to make or produce a loud noise; "the river thundered below"; "the engine roared as the driver pushed the car to full throttle."
thunder
often referred to in scripture (job 40:9; ps. 77:18; 104:7). james and john were called by our lord "sons of thunder" (mark 3:17). in job 39:19, instead of "thunder," as in the authorized version, the revised version translates (ra'amah) by "quivering main" (marg., "shaking"). thunder accompanied the giving of the law at sinai (ex. 19:16). it was regarded as the voice of god (job 37:2; ps. 18:13; 81:7; comp. john 12:29). in answer to samuel's prayer (1 sam. 12:17, 18), god sent thunder, and "all the people greatly feared," for at such a season (the wheat-harvest) thunder and rain were almost unknown in palestine.


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is hardly ever heard in Palestine form the middle of April to the middle of September; hence it was selected by Samuel as a striking expression of the divine displeasure toward the Israelites. (1 Samuel 12:17) Rain in harvest was deemed as extraordinary as snow in summer, (Proverbs 26:1) and Jerome states that he had never witnessed it in the latter part of June or in July. Comm. on (Amos 4:7) In the imaginative philosophy of the Hebrews, thunder was regarded as the voice of Jehovah, (Job 37:2,4,5; 40:9; Psalms 18:13; 29:3-9; Isaiah 30:30,31) who dwelt behind the thunder-cloud. (Psalms 81:7) Thunder was, to the mind of the Jew, the symbol of divine power (Psalms 29:3) etc., and vengeance. (1 Samuel 2:10; 2 Samuel 22:14)
  

Copyright: Smith's Bible Dictionary (1884) , by William Smith. About Dictionary source: Smith's Bible Dictionary
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Thunder is the sound caused by lightning. Depending on the distance and nature of the lightning, thunder can range from a sharp, loud crack to a long, low rumble (brontide). The sudden increase in pressure and temperature from lightning produces rapid expansion of the air surrounding and within a bolt of lightning. In turn, this expansion of air creates a sonic shock wave, similar to a sonic boom, which produces the sound of thunder, often referred to as a clap, crack, or peal of thunder. The distance of the lightning can be calculated by the listener based on the time interval from when the lightning is seen to when the sound is heard.

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Noun
1. a deep prolonged loud noise
(synonym) boom, roar, roaring
(hypernym) noise
2. a booming or crashing noise caused by air expanding along the path of a bolt of lightning
(hypernym) noise
(hyponym) thunderclap
(derivation) boom
3. street names for heroin
(synonym) big H, hell dust, nose drops, smack
(hypernym) heroin, diacetylmorphine
Verb
1. move fast, noisily, and heavily; "The bus thundered down the road"
(hypernym) move
(derivation) boom, roar, roaring
2. utter words loudly and forcefully; "`Get out of here,' he roared"
(synonym) roar
(hypernym) shout
(derivation) boom, roar, roaring
3. be the case that thunder is being heard; "Whenever it thunders, my dog crawls under the bed"
(synonym) boom
(entail) storm
4. to make or produce a loud noise; "The river thundered below"; "The engine roared as the driver pushed the car to full throttle"
(hypernym) roar, howl
(derivation) boom, roar, roaring


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To dream of hearing thunder, foretells you will soon be threatened with reverses in your business. To be in a thunder shower, denotes trouble and grief are close to you. To hear the terrific peals of thunder, which make the earth quake, portends great loss and disappointment.
  

Copyright: Ten Thousand Dreams Interpreted, or "What's in a dream": a scientific and practical exposition; By Gustavus Hindman, 1910. For the open domain e-text see: Guttenberg Project Dictionary source: Dream Dictionary
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tóirneach f.

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Dreigio = v. to lighten at a distance without thunder Marchdaran = n. a loud thunder clap Taran = n. shock; thunder Taranu = v. to thunder

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thunder, or in vain
   greatness; thunder; some sort of evil
   thunder, or evil, from the Lord
  

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Fear of thunder and lightning
Also known as Fear of thunder Fear of thunder and lightning

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(v. t.)
To emit with noise and terror; to utter vehemently; to publish, as a threat or denunciation.
   (n.)
To utter violent denunciation.
   (n.)
To produce thunder; to sound, rattle, or roar, as a discharge of atmospheric electricity; -- often used impersonally; as, it thundered continuously.
   (n.)
The sound which follows a flash of lightning; the report of a discharge of atmospheric electricity.
   (n.)
The discharge of electricity; a thunderbolt.
   (n.)
Fig.: To make a loud noise; esp. a heavy sound, of some continuance.
   (n.)
Any loud noise; as, the thunder of cannon.
   (n.)
An alarming or statrling threat or denunciation.
  

Copyright: Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary (1913), edited by Noah Porter. About Dictionary source: Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary (1913)
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Emotions

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rahm

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www.interactiveselfstudy.com

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The crashing or booming sound produced by rapidly expanding air along the path of the electrical discharge of lightning.

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a train toilet person with large, fat legs


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often referred to in Scripture (Job 40:9; Ps. 77:18; 104:7). James and John were called by our Lord "sons of thunder" (Mark 3:17). In Job 39:19, instead of "thunder," as in the Authorized Version, the Revised Version translates (ra'amah) by "quivering main" (marg., "shaking"). Thunder accompanied the giving of the law at Sinai (Ex. 19:16). It was regarded as the voice of God (Job 37:2; Ps. 18:13; 81:7; comp. John 12:29). In answer to Samuel's prayer (1 Sam. 12:17, 18), God sent thunder, and "all the people greatly feared," for at such a season (the wheat-harvest) thunder and rain were almost unknown in Palestine.

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Thunder in Greek
βροντή, κεραυνός, βροντώ

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(Meteo) Βροντή (Thunder) Είναι ο θόρυβος που δημιουργήθηκε από την απότομη διαστολή του αέρα, που απότομα θερμαίνεται, όταν δια μέσου αυτού περνά η αστραπή. (Lex**) βροντή (Lex*) βροντή (και φωτισμός)

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Ουσ. βροντή, μπουμπουνητό//
εκκωφαντικός θόρυβοςΡημ. μπουμπουνίζω, κάνω εκκωφαντικό θόρυβο//
βροντοφωνώ

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Thunder in Esperanto
n. tondritondro

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tondri, tondro

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Thunder in Chinese (s)
thunder bolt 雷击

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[E] thunder (n) [P] trovão (m) [C] 雷

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Thunder in Chinese (t)
[戰機] F-15I 雷鷹式 戰鬥機.

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Thunder in Luxembourgish
nm - Donner

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Thunder in Interlingua
n tonitro; v tonar fulminar

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Thunder in Arabic

N
رعد وعيد صاخب دوى ، هدير الخ
VI
ترعد (السماء) يتوعد،يهدر الخ
T
يلفظ متوعدا الخ يضرب محدثا صوتا كقصف الرعد

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اسْم : رَعْد . وعيد صاخب . دويّ
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فِعْل : تَرعُد . يتوعد . يَهْدر

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ألاسم

رُغَاء ; زَمْزَمَة ; قَصْفُ الرَّعْدِ و نَحْوِهِ ; هَزِيم

الفعل

رَعَدَ


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Thunder in Visayan
dalogdog;dogdog

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Thunder in Czech
hrom, hřmění, hřmět

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Thunder in Estonian
kõu, piksemürin

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Thunder in Indonesian
teriak keras,menyerang,gemuruh,deru

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guntur
my child #20

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bergelagaran, menggelagar, mengguruh, geledek

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guruh
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Thunder in Spanish
tronar

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trueno

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retumbo

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(n.) = trueno.
Ex: He then investigates the three features of the passage: the lightnings, thunders, and voices emanating from the throne.
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* clap of thunder = tronido.
* rumble of thunder = retumbo.
* steal + Posesivo + thunder = monopolizar la atención, ser el centro de atención, acaparar toda la atención, ser el éxito de la fiesta, llevarse el gato al agua, llevarse la palma, eclipsar, quitar protagonismo, robar protagonismo.
* thunderbolt = rayo, relámpago.
* thunderstruck = atónito, pasmado, boquiabierto, embobado, estupefacto, asombrado, obnubilado.
(v.) = tronar, retumbar, rugir.
Ex: The juggernaut of 'new British' history thunders on with Smyth's textbook on the United Kingdom between 1660 and 1800.


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tronar, trueno

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Thunder in Russian
№_1.: [n.]
1)
гром
2) грохот, шум
3) [pl.] угрозы №_2.: [v.]
1)
греметь
it ~s гром гремит
2) грохотать, производить шум
3) метать громы и молнии, грозить

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(n) гром

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Пока гром не грянет, мужик не перекрестится


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буря, грохот, гром, греметь

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гром

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1. n. 1. гром 2. грохот, шум 3. pl. резкое осуждение, угрозы (обыкн. со стороны газет, официальных лиц и т. п.) 2. v. 1. греметь (тж. в безл. оборотах); it thunders - гром гремит 2. стучать, колотить 3. громить, грозить (against); метать громы и молнии 4. говорить громогласно - thunder against - thunder out

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Thunder in Papiamento
bos, dònder

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Thunder in Dutch
daveren, bulderen, donderen

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Thunder in Portuguese
troar, esbravejar
Sopa no Mel trovoada
Livros de IK

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trovão

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[meteorologia] s. trovão, m.; ribombo, m.; grande estrondo, m.
v. trovoar; trovejar [termos bíblicos] trovão

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Thunder in Norwegian
torden

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Thunder in Turkish
v.gök gürle:n.gök gürültüsü

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gök gürültüsü; (gök) gürlemek; gümbürdemek; bagirmak, gürlemek

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"i. 1. gök gürlemesi/gürültüsü: I heard thunder. Gök gürültüsü duydum. 2. gümbürtü. f. 1. (gök) gürlemek: That dog gets scared when it thunders. Gök gürlediğinde o köpek korkar. 2. gümbür gümbür hareket etmek: The horsemen thundered down the road. Atlılar yoldan gümbür gümbür geçtiler. 3. (sözle) gürlemek, kalın ve gür ses çıkarmak: “Down with the monarchy!” he thundered. “Monarşiye son!” diye gürledi. 4. gümbürdemek; gürlemek: The guns thundered away all night. Toplar bütün gece gümbürdedi. 5. at/on -e güm güm vurmak, -i gümletmek: He was thundering at the door. Kapıya güm güm vuruyordu. His fist thundered on the table. Yumruğu masayı gümletti."

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i. 1. gök gürlemesi/gürültüsü: I heard thunder. Gök gürültüsü duydum. 2. gümbürtü. f. 1. (gök) gürlemek: That dog gets scared when it

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v.gök gürle:n.gök gürültüsü

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Thunder in Thai
nu. ธั้นเด็อ (ม.ปลาย)
1. เสียงฟ้าร้อง, เสียงดังสนั่น

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(ธัน'เดอะ) n. ฟ้าร้อง,เสียงฟ้าร้อง,เสียงดังสนั่น,เสียงขู่คำราม,การขู่คำราม,vi.,vt. (ทำให้เกิด)ส่งเสียงดังสนั่น,ส่งเสียงดังกังวานขู่คำราม,เคลื่อนที่ด้วยเสียงดังสนั่น -Phr. (steal someone's thunder ชิงพูดถึงก่อน,ขโมยใช้สิ่งที่คนอื่นพบก่อน)

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ฟ้องร้อง,ดังสนั่น กังวาน,ขู่คำราม

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Thunder in Vietnamese

['θʌndə]

◊ danh từ

▪ sấm, sét

◦ a clap of thunder : tiếng sét ổn

▪ tiếng ầm vang như sấm

◦ thunder of applause : tiếng vỗ tay như sấm

▪ sự chỉ trích; sự đe doạ

◦ to fear the thunders of the press : sợ những lời chỉ trích của báo chí

◦ to look as black as thunder : trông có vẻ hầm hầm đe doạ

◊ động từ

▪ nổi sấm, sấm động

▪ ầm ầm như sấm

◦ the cannon thundered : súng đại bác nổ ầm ầm như sấm

▪ la lối, nạt nộ, chửa mắng



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Thunder in Italian
tuono

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tuono

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Thunder in Romanian
bubuitura;tunet

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I. 1. tunet , bubuit / bubuitura de tunet
2. bubuit, bubuitura , tunet
3. ropot (de aplauze)
4. furtuna (cu descarcari electrice)
5. trasnet
6. amenintare (cumplita) , fulgere (si trasnete)
7. (folosit in imprecatii) dracul , naiba
II. 1. a tuna
2. a bubui , a trosni ; a vui / a hurui asurzitor
3. (against , at) a tuna si a fulgera (impotriva -- cu gen.) , a fi minios la culme (pe)
III. a rosti / a anunta / a proclama cu glas tunator
IV. la naiba ! drace ! ei , dracia dracului !

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(meteo) tunet
  

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tunet; trasnet; fulger; a urla

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a tuna; trasnet; tunet; zgomot foarte puternic

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Thunder in Catalan
s tro | fragor, terrabastall
v
tronar | retrunyir

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Thunder in Polish
grzmot m A clap of thunder shook the house. vi grzmieć (zagrzmieć perf ) It's going to thunder soon. thunder and lightning piorun to thunder past (train etc ) przelatywać (przelecieć perf ) z hukiem

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grzmot

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grzmotgrzmić

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Thunder in French
thunder1 ['IHndB(r)] n tonnerre m;
clap or peal of thunder, coup m de tonnerre;
roll of thunder, roulement m ou grondement m de tonnerre;
there's thunder in the air, le temps est à l'orage; Fig l'atmosphère est orageuse;
thunder of applause, tonnerre d'applaudissements;
voice of thunder, voix de tonnerre;
voice like thunder, voix tonnante;
Fig to steal someone's thunder, couper l'herbe sous le pied à quelqu'un,.

thunder2 vi
(a)tonner; (of guns, waves) retentir dans un bruit de tonnerre;
it's thundering, il tonne;
the avalanche thundered down, l'avalanche roula dans un bruit de tonnerre;
the train thundered past, le train est passé avec un bruit de tonnerre;
(b)(of speaker) tonitruer; donner (un ordre) d'une voix tonnante;
`get out!' he thundered, `dehors!' tonitrua-t-il ou dit-il d'une voix tonitruante;
to thunder against someone/something, tonitruer contre quelqu'un,/quelque chose

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tonnerre

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Thunder in Bulgarian
трясък; трещя; тряскам; бумтене; бумтя; буча; бумтеж; гръмотевица; гърмя; гърмеж; гръм; избучавам; изтрещявам;

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['Ґ^nd@] n 1. гръм, гръмотевица; мълния, трясък; гръм, гърмеж{2} ['Ґ^nd@] v 1. гърмя, изгърмявам, трещя, тряскам, изтрещяв

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['Ґлndъ] n 1. гръм, гръмотевица; мълния, трясък; гръм, гърмеж; бумтеж, бумтене; бучене; ~ of cannon тътнеж на топове; ~(s) of applause гръмки/бурни аплодисменти; ~ and lightning прен. остра критика; 2. hell 2.; what/why, etc. the ~/in ~? какво/защо и пр., дявол го взел? to steal s.o.'s ~ присвоявам си идеите/откритието на някого, провалям опита му да направи впечатление. ['Ґлndъ] v 1. гърмя, изгърмявам, трещя, тряскам, изтрещявам; бумтя; буча; удрям, думкам; it's ~ing гърми (се); the sea ~ed against the rocks вълните се разбиваха с трясък в скалите; s.o. was ~ing at the door някой думкаше бясно по вратата; 2. заплашвам, заканвам се шумно, кълна, сипя огън и жупел (и с out); З. говоря гръмогласно; 4. движа се/профучавам бързо и шумно.

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Thunder in Croatian
tutnjava

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gromoriti , grmnuti , grmljavinski , izgrmjeti se (n) grom , grmljavina (v) grmjeti , bučati , tutnjiti

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grom

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Thunder in German
Donner

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Thunder in Danish
torden, tordne

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Thunder in Persian
تندر، اسمان‌ غرش‌، رعد، رعد زدن‌، اسمان‌ غرش‌ كردن‌،باصداي‌ رعد اسا ادا كردن‌

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اسمان غرش، اسمان غرش كردن، تندر، باصداي رعداسااداكردن، رعد، رعدزدن

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تندر،رعد زدن ،اسمان غرش کردن ،باصداى رعد اسا ادا کردن
زيست شناسى : تندر
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بازگشت به واژه thunder


roll of thunder 
this wind preludes thunder 
 thunder chief 
thunder clap 
 thunder storm 
thunder struck 
 thunder-clap 
thunder-stuck 



Dictionary source: English Persian Dictionary (Hojjat Rabiee)
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تندر ، آسمان‌ غرش‌ ، رعد ، رعد زدن‌ ، آسمان‌ غرش‌كردن‌ كردن‌ ، باصداي‌ رعد آسا ادا كردن‌ غرش‌رعد صداي‌ تندر،غرش‌رعد،خبريارويدادرعداسا انقلاب‌ هوابوسيله‌( تندريااذرخش‌،رعد وبرق‌ رعدزده‌،صاعقه‌زده‌،مات‌،مبهوت‌،حيرت‌ زده‌

Dictionary source: Farajbeik English Persian Dictionary (v.2)
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ِ¢¤î گ¢گ ‘¨چ ¢ن¤ ‎گ¢¬‘“ ٹ ِ¢¤î ِ¢¤î©¤è ِ‘ُ¨چ ٹ ِ¢¥ ¢ن¤ ٹ ¢ن¤ ٹ ©¤è ِ‘ُ¨چ ٹ ¤¢÷—roll of t.=¢ن¤©¤è ¢ن¤©¤è ‘¨گ¢ن¤¢گ¢‏ّ¤‘‏¤“،ٹ¢ن¤©¤èٹ¤¢÷— ‎گ¢¬ 뤓ّ ¢ن¤ٹ©،¤£گ‘‏¤¢÷— (ùَ‏¨ّ“گّû ’ٍى÷گ ù¢¥ –¤‏ںٹ–ّْ“ُٹ–‘ُٹù¢¥ùىن‘¬ٹù¢¥¢ن¤

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Thunder in Hmong
v. Nthe nqhon. Yam xob laug; xob

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Thunder in Finnish
ukkonen

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Thunder in Hungarian
mennydörgés, dörgés, dörgő hang

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Thunder in Serbian
Grmeti-Grmljavina

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Thunder in Albanian
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Thunder in Mongolian
n. 1. нїргээн, нижигнээн. a ~ of applause нижигнэсэн алга ташилт. the ~ of guns их бууны нїргээн. 2. тэнгэрийн дуу, аянга. rolls of thunder тэнгэрийн дуу. v. 1. нїргэлэх, нижигнэх. 2. аянга буух, цахилгаан цахих. It was ~ing and lightening. Тэнгэр дуугарч цахилгаан цахиж байв. 3.~ against sth/ at sb эгдїїцэн хашгичих, орилох. thunderous adj. 1. аянгын. 2. аянга мэт нижигнэсэн. thundery adj. аянгатай бороо ормоор, аянгын.

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аянга, тэнгэрийн дуу, нүргээн, нижигнээн, нижигнэсэн алга ташилт, аюул, занал, аянга буух

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Thunder in Swedish
ska, dåna, tordön, dunder

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Thunder in Urdu
n. baadal ki garaj/gumak/garaj/kaRka/ra^d

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n.
گڑگڑاہٹ- گرج- رعد- کڑک- گھور- شور
v. a.
دھمکي دينا- دھمکانا- ڈانٹنا
v. n.
کڑکنا- گرجنا- گڑگڑانا- گھورنا- گونجنا


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Thunder in Slovak
grom, grmenje; grmeti

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Thunder in Ukrainian
(n) грім

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