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Storm in French : orage

Translations of « storm » in French

Most common translations :

Noun

storm \stɔː(r)m\

  1. Orage, tempĂȘte.

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Verb

storm \stɔː(r)m\

  1. Se déchaßner.
  2. Donner l’assaut.

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Examples of usage of « storm » in English / French

  • National Hurricane Center said the storm would move near land during Saturday and likely dissipate by early Sunday.
    Le National Hurricane Center a dĂ©clarĂ© que la tempĂȘte se dĂ©placerait prĂšs des terres samedi et se dissiperait probablement tĂŽt dimanche. ABC News, Tropical Storm Karl weakens into depression off south Mexico - ABC News
  • Despite it being more than three decades since the powerful storm ravaged across the UK in October 1987 people still haven’t changed and need to sit up and listen to climate change, experts have claimed.
    Bien que plus de trois dĂ©cennies se soient Ă©coulĂ©es depuis la puissante tempĂȘte qui a ravagĂ© le Royaume-Uni en octobre 1987, les gens n'ont toujours pas changĂ© et doivent s'asseoir et Ă©couter le changement climatique, affirment les experts. Metro, UK 'hasn't learnt lesson' since Great Storm of 1987, weather experts warn | Metro News
  • We are all in the same storm.
    Nous sommes tous dans la mĂȘme tempĂȘte. , The Same Storm movie review & film summary (2022) | Roger Ebert

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