An adjective is a word that describes a noun (e.g. the big dog).
1. (weather)
a. tormentoso
The dark clouds signaled stormy weather for the evening.Las nubes oscuras indicaban que el tiempo sería tormentoso para la noche.
b. tempestuoso
Stormy seas made us postpone our cruise.El mar tempestuoso nos hizo retrasar nuestro crucero.
2. (violent)
a. turbulento
The stormy debate went on for so long because each party had misunderstood one another from the beginning.El turbulento debate duró tanto porque los partidos se habían malentendido desde el principio.
b. tormentoso
Given their stormy relationship, it was a surprise that they hadn't divorced sooner.Dada su tormentosa relación, nos sorprendió que no se hubieran divorciado antes.
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An adjective is a word that describes a noun (e.g. the big dog).
1. (also fig)
a. tormentoso(a)
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stormy [ˈstɔːmɪ]
stormier (comparative)stormiest (superlative)
1 [+weather, night, skies] tormentoso
on a stormy night
it's stormy hay tormenta
2 (turbulent) [+meeting, scene] tumultuoso; turbulento; [+relationship] tormentoso
the bill had a stormy passage through Parliament
stormy petrel (n) (Orn) petrel (m) de la tempestad; persona (f) pendenciera; persona (f) de vida borrascosa
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