tornado

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Englisch - Türkisch
{i} kasırga

Tom'un kedisi bir kasırga tarafından sürüklendi. - Tom's cat was carried away by a tornado.

Kasırga yirmiden fazla kişiyi öldürdü. - The tornado killed more than twenty people.

{i} hortum

Şehir bir hortum tarafından tahrip edildi. - The city was ravaged by a tornado.

Hortumlar çok yıkıcıdır. - Tornadoes are very destructive.

şiddetli fırtına
tornadoe
tornado belt
(Meteoroloji) tornado kuşağı
tornado lantern
(Askeri) fırtına feneri
tornado lantern
(Askeri) gemici feneri
tornado valley
(Meteoroloji) kasırga vadisi
peak tornado season
en yoğun hortum sezonu
tornadoes
kasırgalar
Englisch - Englisch
A violent windstorm characterized by a twisting, funnel-shaped cloud

A tornado is a rotating column of air, pendant from a cumulonimbus cloud, and nearly always observable as a funnel cloud or tuba. Its vortex, meters in diameter, rotates counterclockwise in the northern hemisphere, and clockwise in the southern hemisphere, with wind speeds of 160 to more than 480 kilometres per hour.

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{n} a hurricane, whirlwind, squall, storm
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A rapidly rotating column of air extending from a cumulonimbus cloud with a circulation that reaches the ground However, the visible portion might not extend all the way to the ground
A Tornado is a violently rotating vortex of air in contact with a parent cloud and a land surface
Whirling tubes of concentrated wind with very high speeds, attached to funnel-shaped clouds
A violent whirling wind; specifically Meteorol
A violently rotating column of air, reaching down from a cumulonimbus cloud and touching the ground Generally observed as funnel-shaped, it is the most destructive of all storm-scale atmospheric phenomena They occur only in certain areas of the world and are most frequent in the United States in an area bounded by the Rockies on the west and the Appalachians in the east
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A tornado is a violent wind storm consisting of a tall column of air which spins round very fast and causes a lot of damage. tornadoes tornados an extremely violent storm consisting of air that spins very quickly and causes a lot of damage hurricane, cyclone cyclone. Violent, low-pressure storm, relatively small in diameter but with very rapidly rotating winds and an intense updraft near the centre. The relatively low pressure at the centre of a tornado's funnel-like vortex causes cooling and condensation, making the storm visible as a revolving column of cloud, called the funnel. Tornadoes normally travel at 30-40 mph (50-65 kph). The winds around the vortex average nearly 300 mph (500 kph) and have been known to reach 500 mph (800 kph). Tornadoes often occur in groups
a column of air that is whirling very fast
intense, cloud-cored vortex extending from the base of a severe local storm to the surface
A violently rotating column of air, pendant from a cumulonimbus cloud, and nearly always observable as a funnel cloud or tuba On a local scale, it is the most destructive of all atmospheric phenomena Its vortex, commonly several hundred yards in diameter, whirls usually counterclockwise with wind speeds of 100 to more than 300 miles per hour (161 to 483 kmph) Its general direction of travel is governed by the motion of its parent cloud
A rotating column of air ranging in width from a few yards to more than a mile and whirling at destructively high speeds, usually accompanied by a funnel-shaped downward extension of a cumulonimbus cloud
A violently rotating column of air, pendant from a cumulonimbus cloud, and nearly always observable as a funnel cloud or tuba. On a local scale, it is the most destructive of all atmospheric phenomena. Its vortex, commonly several hundred yards in diameter, whirls usually counterclockwise with wind speeds of 100 to more than 300 miles per hour (161 to 483 kmph). Its general direction of travel is governed by the motion of its parent cloud
Appears as a powerful, funnel-shaped wind current in the lower parts of the atmosphere with winds that twist upwards at high speeds - often spawning from severe thunderstorms The tornado usually emerges from the base of a cumulonimbus cloud It usually has a width of tens to hundreds of meters and can last only minutes to several hours Tornadoes occur in the United States more than any other country In Canada most tornadoes occur in the Prairies and in Southern Ontario
A violent rotating column of air, in contact with the ground, pendant from a cumulonimbus cloud A tornado does not require the visible presence of a funnel cloud
A strong, rotating column of air extending from the base of a cumulonimbus cloud to the ground
A vortex of rapidly moving air associated with some severe thunderstorms Winds within the tornado funnel may exceed 600 kilometers per hour
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A violently rotating column of air that is in contact with the ground Tornadoes usually develop from severe thunderstorms and can produce winds of 100 to 300 mph
A small, very intense cyclonic storm with exceedingly high winds, most often produced along cold fronts in conjunction with severe thunderstorms
A violent storm where various natural forces cause a strong circular wind that can reach over 300 miles per hour Like some natural disasters, they are unpredictable and unpreventable, and they cause indiscriminate damage, so they tend to not cause a diminution in value to a particular property or neighborhood but rather impact a large region
A funnel extending from a towering cumulus touching the ground
A twisting, spinning funnel of low pressure air The most unpredictable weather event, tornadoes are created during powerful thunderstorms As a column of warm air rises, air rushes in at ground level and begins to spin If the storm gathers energy, a twisting, spinning funnel develops Because of the funnel's cloud and rain composition and the dust, soil, and debris it draws up, the funnel appears blackish in color The most energetic storms result in the funnel touching the ground In these tornadoes, the roaring winds in the funnel can reach 300 mph, the strongest winds on Earth Funnels usually travel at 20 to 40 mph, moving toward the northeast When tornadoes form over lakes or oceans they suck water into the funnel cloud and are called waterspouts
is a strong, rotating column of air extending from the base of a cumulonimbus cloud to the ground These twisting, spinning funnels of low pressure air are the most unpredictable weather event, created during powerful thunderstorms
A violent rotating column of air, usually forming a pendant from a cumulonimbus cloud with the circulation reaching the ground It nearly always starts as a funnel cloud and may be accompanied by a loud roaring noise On a local scale, it is the most destructive of all atmospheric phenomena
a localized and violently destructive windstorm occurring over land characterized by a funnel-shaped cloud extending toward the ground
a powerful column of winds spiraling around a center of low atmospheric pressure
{i} violent and destructive funnel-shaped whirling wind, whirlwind, twister
A violent storm characterized by strong swirling winds and updrafts; tornadoes form when a strong cold front pushes under a warm, moist air mass over the land
A violently rotating column of air in contact with and extending between a convective cloud and the surface of the earth It is the most destructive of all storm-scale atmospheric phenomena They can occur anywhere in the world given the right conditions, but are most frequent in the United States in an area bounded by the Rockies on the west and the Appalachians in the east
a tempest distinguished by a rapid whirling and slow progressive motion, usually accompaned with severe thunder, lightning, and torrents of rain, and commonly of short duration and small breadth; a small cyclone
A violently rotating narrow column of air in contact with the ground and extending from a thunderstorm base The tornado is most often found in the southwest quadrant of the storm, near the trailing edge of the cumulonimus cloud Tornadoes and funnel clouds are usually pendant from wall clouds or directly from the thunderstorm base, within a few miles to the southwest of the precipitation shaft The spinning motion of a tornado is most often left to right on the backside (counterclockwise) Tornadoes have been called twisters and cyclones, but these words are all synonyms for the most violent storm on earth, with estimated wind speeds up to 300 mph
A rapidly rotating column of air which is attached to a thunderstorm and is in contact with the ground
A tornado
cyclone
A tornado
twister
tornadoes
plural of tornado
tornados
plural of tornado
Türkisch - Englisch
cyclone
tornado kuşağı
(Meteoroloji) tornado belt
tornado ve hortumlardan korkma
(Pisikoloji, Ruhbilim) lilapsophobia
tornado

    Silbentrennung

    tor·na·do

    Türkische aussprache

    tôrneydō

    Synonyme

    twister, cyclone

    Aussprache

    /tôrˈnāˌdō/ /tɔːrˈneɪˌdoʊ/

    Etymologie

    [ tor-'nA-(")dO ] (noun.) 1556. From Spanish tronada (thunderstorm) tronar (to thunder) tonare (to thunder) *(s)tene- (to thunder). The 'o' and 'r' were reversed in English (metathesis) under influence of Spanish tornar (to twist, to turn) tornare (to turn).

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