thundering

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English - Turkish
gümbürtülü
kocaman
gürleyen
gürültülü
uğultulu
gürle
{s} müthiş
aşırı
daniska
thunderinglygürleyerek
muazzam
çok
son derece
gürleme
thunder
{i} gök gürültüsü

Gök gürültüsü öğrencileri korkuttu. - The thunder frightened the students.

Dün gece gök gürültüsü ve şimşek vardı. - There was thunder and lightning last night.

thunderstorm
{i} gök gürültülü fırtına

Gök gürültülü fırtınaları sever misin? - Do you like thunderstorms?

Siyah bulutlar gelen gök gürültülü fırtınayı bildirdi. - Black clouds announced the coming thunderstorm.

thundering fool
Budalanın önde gideni
thundering; fulminating
gürleyen; patlayan
thunder
{f} savurmak (tehdit vs.)
thunder
gümbürdemek
thunder
bağırmak
thunder
gürüldemek
thunder
kalın ve gür ses çıkarmak
thunder
(Meteoroloji) gökgürültüsü
thunder
gürlemek (gök)
thunderstorm
(Çevre) yıldırımlı fırtına
thunderstorm
gökgürültülü

Gökgürültülü fırtınalardan gerçekten korkarım. - I'm really scared of thunderstorms.

thunderstorm
boran
thunder
gürlemek
thunder
(gök) gürlemek
thunder
{f} gök gürle

Oyun sırasında, aniden yağmur yağmaya başladı ve ayrıca gök gürledi. - During the game, it suddenly began to rain and it thundered, too.

Hava çok sıkıntılı;sanırım kısa süre içinde gök gürleyecek. - It's so muggy; I think it will thunder in a short while.

thunderstorm
fırtına

Fırtına bir sürü yıldırım üretti. - The thunderstorm produced a lot of lightning.

Fırtınalar tahmin edilmektedir. - Thunderstorms are predicted.

Thunder
gök gürlemek
thunder
{i} gök gürlemesi/gürültüsü: I heard thunder. Gök gürültüsü duydum
thunder
{f} 1. (gök) gürlemek: That dog gets scared when it
thunder
(fiil) gürlemek, gümbürdemek, savurmak (tehdit vs.)
thunder
savurmak
thunder
{i} tehditkâr söz
thunder
{i} gümbürtü
thunderstorm
{i} sağanak

Sağanak dün posta dağıtımını geciktirdi. - The thunderstorm yesterday delayed the delivery of the mail.

Atlar gergin ki bu gece sağanak olabilir. - The horses are nervous that there might be a thunderstorm tonight.

thunderstorm
{i} gök gürültülü sağanak
English - English
Producing a noise or effect like thunder; thunderous
Present participle of thunder
Very great; extraordinary

A thundering amount of work.

Awesomely great, intense, or unusual
Of, pertaining to, or accompanied by thunder
thunderstorm
{a} loud, noisy, terrible, threatning
Very great; often adverbially
sounding like thunder; "the thundering herd
Emitting thunder
extraordinarily big or impressive; "a thundering success"; "the thundering silence of what was left unsaid"
{s} very; huge, numerous, considerable
sounding like thunder; "the thundering herd"
extraordinarily big or impressive; "a thundering success"; "the thundering silence of what was left unsaid" sounding like thunder; "the thundering herd
thunder
To produce something with incredible power
thunder
To say (something) with a loud, threatening voice
thunder
The sound caused by the discharge of atmospheric electrical charge

Thunder is preceded by lightning.''.

thunder
A deep, rumbling noise

Off in the distance, he heard the thunder of hoofbeats, signalling a stampede.

thunder
If you steal someone's thunder, you get the attention or praise that they thought they would get, usually by saying or doing what they had intended to say or do. He had no intention of letting the Foreign Secretary steal any of his thunder
thunder
{v} to make thunder, emit with noise, denounce
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be the case that thunder is being heard; "Whenever it thunders, my dog crawls under the bed
thunder
The discharge of electricity; a thunderbolt
thunder
Fig
thunder
utter words loudly and forcefully; "`Get out of here,' he roared"
thunder
is the sound that results from lightning A lightning bolt produces an intense burst of heat which makes the air around it expand explosively, producing the sound we hear as thunder Since light travels faster than sound, we see the lightning before we hear the thunder The difference in time between the two can tell us how far away the clouds producing the lightning and thunder are
thunder
To make a loud noise; esp
thunder
A signal that the world is coming to an end Humans remain amazingly calm during thunderstorms, so it is necessary to warn them of the danger by trembling uncontrollably, panting, rolling your eyes wildly, and following at their heels
thunder
To emit with noise and terror; to utter vehemently; to publish, as a threat or denunciation
thunder
Sound produced by a lightning discharge
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When it thunders, a loud noise comes from the sky after a flash of lightning. The day was heavy and still. It would probably thunder later
thunder
Thunder is the loud noise that you hear from the sky after a flash of lightning, especially during a storm. a distant clap of thunder
thunder
the sound caused by rapidly expanding gases in a lightning discharge
thunder
a deep prolonged loud noise
thunder
be the case that thunder is being heard; "Whenever it thunders, my dog crawls under the bed"
thunder
n This is a signal that the world is coming to an end Humans remain amazingly calm during the thunderstorms so it is necessary to warn them of danger by trembling uncontrollably, panting, rolling your eyes wildly and following at their heals
thunder
the audible noise made by lightning
thunder
move fast, noisily, and heavily; "The bus thundered down the road"
thunder
Any loud noise; as, the thunder of cannon
thunder
If you thunder something, you say it loudly and forcefully, especially because you are angry. `It's your money. Ask for it!' she thundered The Prosecutor looked toward Napoleon, waiting for him to thunder an objection. = bellow
thunder
to make or produce a loud noise; "The river thundered below"; "The engine roared as the driver pushed the car to full throttle"
thunder
a heavy sound, of some continuance
thunder
This is a signal that the world is coming to an end Hoomans remain amazingly calm during thunderstorms, so it is necessary to warn them of the danger by trembling uncontrollably, panting, rolling your eyes wildly, and following at their heels
thunder
The sound that results from lightning Lightning bolts (static electricity) produce intense heat This burst of heat makes the air around the bolt expand explosively, producing the sound we hear as thunder Since light travels faster than sound, we see the lightning before we hear the thunder
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
thunder
a booming or crashing noise caused by air expanding along the path of a bolt of lightning
thunder
The sound which follows a flash of lightning; the report of a discharge of atmospheric electricity
thunder
A sound resembling thunder
thunder
An alarming or statrling threat or denunciation
thunder
To talk with a loud, threatening voice
thunder
To make a noise like thunder
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If something thunders, it makes a very loud noise, usually continuously. She heard the sound of the guns thundering in the fog. thundering applause. = resound
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If something or someone thunders somewhere, they move there quickly and with a lot of noise. A lorry thundered by
thunder
{i} booming sound in the air created during stormy weather
thunder
This is a signal that the world is coming to an end Humans remain amazingly calm during thunderstorms, so it is necessary to warn them of the danger by trembling uncontrollably, panting, rolling your eyes wildly, and following at their heels
thunder
To produce thunder; to sound, rattle, or roar, as a discharge of atmospheric electricity; often used impersonally; as, it thundered continuously
thunder
To utter violent denunciation
thunder
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
thunder
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thunder
Sound created when lightning causes the rapid expansion of atmospheric gases along its strike path
thunder
The sound wave produced as a lightning stroke heats the air causing it to rapidly expand
thunder
- the acoustic shock wave caused by the extreme heat generated by a lightning flash The rapid heating and cooling of air near the lightning causes the sound of thunder In short, the air literally explodes
thunder
The sound caused by a lightning stroke as it heats the air and causes it to rapidly expand
thunder
Skies will be overcast or partly cloudy with the sound of thunder detected, but no precipitation observed
thunder
a booming or crashing noise caused by air expanding along the path of a bolt of lightning utter words loudly and forcefully; "`Get out of here,' he roared"
thunder
The thunder of something that is moving or making a sound is the loud deep noise it makes. The thunder of the sea on the rocks seemed to blank out other thoughts = roar
thunder
Noise created by air expanding when it is heated by lightening
thunder
{f} make a roaring sound
thunder
rai
thunderingly
resoundingly, in reverberative manner, with thunder or the sound of thunder
thundering
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