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storm

美 [stɔrm]
英 [stɔː(r)m]
  • n.暴风雨;和风暴有关的恶劣天气;(群情迸发的)浪潮
  • v.闯;大发雷霆;突袭;攻占
  • 网络暴雨;暴风女;暴风雪
复数:storms  现在分词:storming  过去式:stormed  
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n.
1.
暴风雨very bad weather with strong winds and rain, and often thunder and lightning
fierce/heavy/violent storms
狂风暴雨
A few minutes later the storm broke(= began) .
不一会儿暴风雨降临了。
I think we're in for a storm(= going to have one) .
我觉得暴风雨要来了。
storm damage
暴风雨造成的损害
2.
和风暴有关的恶劣天气very bad weather of the type mentioned
a thunderstorm/snowstorm/sandstorm
雷暴;暴风雪;沙暴
3.
~ (of sth)
(群情迸发的)浪潮a situation in which a lot of people suddenly express very strong feelings about sth
a storm of protest
抗议的浪潮
A political storm is brewing over the Prime Minister's comments.
首相的评论即将酝酿出一场政治风暴。
4.
~ of sth
(因激动或兴奋而爆发出的)暴风雨般的声音,轰鸣a sudden loud noise that is caused by emotion or excitement
a storm of applause
如雷掌声
IDM
a storm in a teacup
大惊小怪,小题大做,茶杯里的风暴(小事引起的大风波)a lot of anger or worry about sth that is not important
The play took London by storm.
这部剧很快就风靡伦敦。
take sth/sb by storm
在某处大获成功;使观众等倾动to be extremely successful very quickly in a particular place or among particular people
The play took London by storm.
这部剧很快就风靡伦敦。
突袭攻占某处to attack a place suddenly and capture it
v.
1.
[t][i]
突袭;攻占to suddenly attack a place
Police stormed the building and captured the gunman.
警察突袭那栋楼房,抓获了持枪歹徒。
Soldiers stormed into the city at dawn.
士兵在拂晓时分攻进城里。
2.
[i]
+ adv./prep.
气呼呼地疾走;闯;冲to go somewhere quickly and in an angry, noisy way
She stormed into my office waving a newspaper.
她挥舞着一张报纸怒气冲冲地闯进我的办公室。
He burst into tears and stormed off.
他突然大哭起来,气呼呼地跑了。
3.
[t]
+ speech
怒吼;大发雷霆to say sth in a loud angry way
‘Don't you know who I am?’ she stormed.
“你不知道我是谁吗?”她怒喝道。

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