squalls

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third-person singular of squall
plural of , squall
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A sudden storm, as found in a squall line. Often a nautical usage
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A squall line, multicell line, or part of a squall line
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{n} a sudden gust of wind, storm, loud scream
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{v} to scream suddenly or loudly
look out for squalls
be on the watch for sudden storms, be on the alert for trouble
snow squalls
Snow squalls are intense, but limited duration, periods of moderate to heavy snowfall, accompanied by strong, gusty surface winds and possibly lightning (generally moderate to heavy snow showers) Snow accumulation may be significant
snow squalls
Intense, but of limited duration, periods of moderate to heavy snowfall, accompanied by strong, gusty surface winds and possible lightning
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{i} sudden powerful storm accompanied by heavy snow or rain; scream, shout
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A sudden, violent wind often accompanied by rain
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Fast-moving thunderstorm or line of thunderstorms that often can produce damaging winds, hail, and tornadoes
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A squall comprises a rather sudden increase of the mean wind speed which lasts for several minutes at least before the mean wind returns to near its previous value A squall may include many gusts To top
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blow in a squall; "When it squalls, a prudent sailor reefs his sails"
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A sudden violent gust of wind often attended with rain or snow
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a sudden onset of strong, gusty winds
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a sudden gust of wind of considerable strength
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sudden violent winds; often accompanied by precipitation make high-pitched, whiney noises blow in a squall; "When it squalls, a prudent sailor reefs his sails
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sudden violent winds; often accompanied by precipitation
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A squall is a sudden strong wind which often causes a brief, violent rain storm or snow storm. The boat was hit by a squall north of the island
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A loud scream; a harsh cry
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The rapid onset of strong winds with speeds increasing to at least 16 knots and sustained at 22 or more knots for a minimum of one minute
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If a person or animal squalls, they make a loud unpleasant noise like the noise made by a crying baby. There was an infant squalling in the back of the church. squalling guitars. = wail. a sudden strong wind, especially one that brings rain or snow (Probably from a language). if a baby or child squalls, it cries noisily = bawl
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A sudden onset of strong winds with speeds increasing to at least 16 knots (18 miles per hour) and sustained at 22 or more knots (25 miles per hour) for at least one minute The intensity and duration is longer than that of a gust It is reported as "SQ"s in an observation and on the METAR
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To cry or wail loudly
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utter a sudden loud cry; "she cried with pain when the doctor inserted the needle"; "I yelled to her from the window but she couldn't hear me"
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The sudden, short-term burst of wind with passing clouds May be accompanied by rain
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A strong wind characterized by a sudden onset, a duration on the order of minutes, and a rather sudden decrease in speed
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A sudden and violent gust of wind often accompanied by rain
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{f} shout, scream; blow suddenly and powerfully
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A violent wind that begins suddenly, lasts for a short time, and dies suddenly It is sometimes associated with a temporary change of direction
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make high-pitched, whiney noises
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To cry out; to scream or cry violently, as a woman frightened, or a child in anger or distress; as, the infant squalled
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    Турецкое произношение

    skwôlz

    Произношение

    /ˈskwôlz/ /ˈskwɔːlz/

    Этимология

    [ 'skwol ] (verb.) circa 1631. probably of Scandinavian origin; akin to Old Norse skval useless chatter.

    Слово дня

    byronic
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