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gathering {adj} {pres-p} [increasing; storm etc.]
558
zunehmend [Sturm etc.]
furious {adj} [storm, wind etc]
336
heftig
approaching {adj} {pres-p} [storm etc.]
85
herannahend
meteo. approaching {adj} {pres-p} [storm, thunderstorm]
26
heraufziehend
approaching {adj} {pres-p} [e.g. storm]
13
anziehend [z. B. Sturm] [selten]
approaching {adj} {pres-p} [e.g. storm]
13
aufziehend [z. B. Sturm]
unroofed {adj} [by storm etc.]
9
abgedeckt [Dach]
raged {past-p} [sea, storm etc.]
8
getost
sth. raged [sea, storm etc.]
8
etw. toste
sth. rages [sea, storm]etw. tost [Meer, Sturm]
Verbs
meteo. to loom [storm]
976
heraufziehen [Gewitter]
meteo. to approach [storm, thunderstorm, clouds, etc.]
454
aufziehen [Sturm, Gewitter, Wolken etc.]
to buffet sth. [of wind, storm]
107
etw.Akk. rütteln
to bluster [storm, wind]
71
brausen [Sturm, Wind]
meteo. to gather [storm]
58
heraufziehen [Sturm]
to rage [sea, storm]
49
tosen
to bluster [storm, wind]
36
tosen [Sturm, Wind]
naut. to outride [a storm]
31
abreiten
to track [storm, comet etc.]
23
ziehen [Sturm, Komet etc.]
to brew [storm, disaster, etc.]sich zusammenziehen [Sturm, Unheil etc.] [sich zusammenbrauen]
to darken [face, eyes, sky before storm]sich verfinstern
meteo. to gather [storm]sich zusammenbrauen [Sturm]
Nouns
bluster [noise of a storm]
89
Gepolter {n} [eines Sturms]
severity [of pain, storm]
89
Heftigkeit {f}
severity [of pain, storm]
54
Stärke {f}
meteo. eye [of a storm]
36
Auge {n}
meteo. duster [Am.] [coll.] [sand storm]
19
Sandsturm {m}
hydro. gully [storm drain inlet]
7
Sinkkasten {m} [Straßenabfluss]
hist. [Nazi mounted storm troopers]Reiter-Sturmabteilung {f} <Reiter-SA>
meteo. [storm in the northern Alps arriving from the south]Föhnsturm {m}
meteo. neol. medicane [cyclone in the Mediterranean, similar to a tropical storm]Medicane {m}
2 Words: Others
buffeted by sth. [storm, shelling]von etw. umtost [geh.] [Sturm, Bombardement]
if sth. subsided [fever, storm etc.]wenn etw. abklang [fig.] [Fieber, Sturm etc.]
meteo. storm-damaged {adj} [also: storm damaged]sturmbeschädigt
2 Words: Verbs
to be over [winter, storm, crisis, etc.]vorüber sein [vorbei sein: Winter, Sturm, Krise etc.]
meteo. to come up [storm, thunderstorm, etc.]aufziehen [Sturm, Gewitter etc.]
to die down [storm, wind]nachlassen
meteo. to move away [storm etc.]abziehen
naut. to ride out [a storm]abreiten
to ride out [storm]überstehen
to ride sth. out [idiom] [weather a storm]etw.Akk. abwettern [Sturm, Hurrikan]
to sweep across sth. [storm etc.]über etw. fegen [Sturm etc.]
to sweep across sth. [storm, hurricane, etc.]über etw.Akk. hinwegfegen [Sturm, Orkan etc.]
to sweep over sth. [storm, hurricane etc.]über etw. hinwegfegen [Sturm, Orkan etc.]
to sweep sth. away [e.g. storm: the roof]etw.Akk. wegfegen [z. B. Sturm: das Dach]
to sweep through sth. [e.g. storm through a valley]durch etw.Akk. fegen [z. B. Sturm durch ein Tal]
2 Words: Nouns
meteo. anvil head [e.g. the storm formed an anvil head] [Am.] [coll.]Amboss {m} [die Wolke bildete einen Amboss]
constr. catch basin [storm drain]Straßenablauf {m}
myth. relig. storm-god [also: storm god]Gewittergott {m}
3 Words: Verbs
to ease off / up [storm, rain, pain, etc.]schwächer werden [nachlassen: Sturm, Regen, Schmerz etc.]
4 Words: Nouns
tech. wind drift safety device [anti-storm device]Windsicherung {f}
Fiction (Literature and Film)
lit. F Aquis submersusAquis submersus [Theodor Storm]
lit. F ImmenseeImmensee [Theodor Storm]
film F Once Bitten [Howard Storm]Einmal beißen bitte
lit. F Paul the PuppeteerPole Poppenspäler [Theodor Storm]
lit. F The DykemasterDer Schimmelreiter [Theodor Storm]
lit. F The Rider on the White HorseDer Schimmelreiter [Theodor Storm]
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