- [C] 暴风雨〔雪〕 occasion of violent weather conditions, with strong winds and usually rain or snow, etc.
- vt. & vi. 袭击 capture a place by sudden and violent attack
- vi. 闯入 rush violently
- vi. 狂怒 give violent expression to anger
a violent weather condition with winds 64-72 knots (11 on the Beaufort scale) and precipitation and thunder and lightning
a violent commotion or disturbance;
"the storms that had characterized their relationship had died away"
"it was only a tempest in a teapot"
a direct and violent assault on a stronghold
behave violently, as if in state of a great anger
take by force;
"Storm the fort"
rain, hail, or snow hard and be very windy, often with thunder or lightning;
"If it storms, we'll need shelter"
"It was storming all night"
attack by storm; attack suddenly
- In the storm I took shelter under the tree.
- A storm arose during the night.
- The clouds threatened a big storm.
- Help was lacking at sea during the storm.
- At that time he didn't have the guns to storm the headquarters.
- He stormed about the house, breaking things.
- The storm forbids us to proceed.
- The storm wrecked the ship.
- The storm gathers.
- The storm ruined the crops.
- The storm has ceased.
- The storm blew for two days.
- The storm flung the ship upon the rocks.
- All the trains were halted when the storm started.
- The rider forced his horse on through the storm.
- The huge tree that had been blown down by the storm was an obstacle to traffic.
- It's the height of madness to sail at the height of the storm.
- A storm is brewing.
- Cattle congregate during a storm.
- The farmer met with misfortune, his crops were destroyed by a storm.
- There was a storm last night.
- On our way to the peak, a fierce storm suddenly blew up.
- They were caught in a fearful storm.
- There was a bad storm last week.
- A terrific storm destroyed many houses.
- The weather station says there will be storms.
- The shocking revelations caused quite a storm.
- His proposal was met by a storm of protest.
- His foolish act has brought a storm about his ears.
- The decision was greeted with a storm of abuse.
- The scandal caused a storm in parliament, resulting in the Prime Minister's resignation.
- They welcomed him with a storm of cheers.
- It stormed all day.
- Seasoned veterans were picked to storm the difficult enemy position.
- The troop stormed an enemy position.
- They stormed a castle.
- take by storm
使某人〔地〕大为轰动 of a performer or performance to gain the great approval ofHer singing took New York by storm.她的歌唱得风靡了全纽约。
- weather the storm
渡过危机 survive the crisisThe recent recession was long and severe, many companies failed to weather the storm.最近这次的经济萧条时间长且严重,许多公司未能渡过难关。
- storm about (v.+prep.)
气愤地谈(某事) talk about sth in a very angry manner
storm about sth
Through the open door we could hear him storming about the way he had been treated.
- storm at (v.+prep.)
对…大发雷霆 become very angry because of sth/sb
storm at sb/sth
He stormed at the waiter and embarrassed everyone at the table.
I could hear Mother storming at her children for bringing mud into the house.
It's no use storming at such injustices, the thing to do is to try to correct them.
- storm into (v.+prep.)
非常气愤地进入 enter in a very angry manner
storm into sth
The door flew open, and Father stormed into the room, in a very bad temper.
The boss stormed into his office.
He stormed into the house.
他非常气愤地走进房子。storm one's way into sth
The soldiers stormed their way into the fort.
- storm out (v.+adv.)
非常气愤地出去,离开 leave in a very angry manner
John got up and stormed out.
The man stormed out of the room.
- brave a storm 冒风雨
- face a storm 面对风暴,面对风雨
- fear a storm 害怕风暴
- raise a storm 掀起风暴,引起风波
- ride out a storm 安然渡过风暴
- struggle against a storm 同暴风雨作斗争
- weather out a storm 战胜暴风雨
- bring a storm about one's ears 引起强烈反对
- ride by storm 攻占,强烈感染或感动,大获成功
- talk up a storm 夸夸其谈
- economic storm 经济风暴
- electrical storm 雷电交加的暴风雨
- fearful storm 令人恐惧的风暴
- feeding storm 越来越大的暴风雨
- gathering storm 酝酿中的风暴
- heavy storm 大风暴
- revolutionary storm 革命风暴
- severe storm 剧烈的风暴
- violent storm 猛烈的风暴
- storm warning 风暴警报
- storm in a tea cup 小事引起的大风波
- a storm of abuse 一阵辱骂
- a storm of anger 一阵愤怒
- a storm of cheering 一阵欢呼
- a storm of criticism 一阵抨击
- a storm of protest 激烈反对
- a storm of weeping 一阵大哭
- storm a castle 攻占城堡
- storm a building 攻占建筑物
- storm enemy position 猛攻敌人阵地
- storm fort 攻占要塞
- storm the city 强攻城市
- storm ashore 强攻登岸
- storm angrily 咆哮
- storm furiously 狂怒地咆哮
- storm thunderously 雷声似地咆哮
- storm in 突然闯进
- storm out 猛冲而出
- storm about the house 怒气冲冲地在屋里横冲直撞
- storm against the garrison 向守军猛攻
- storm around the house 在房子周围怒吼
- storm at 因…而狂怒
- storm at the unexpected delay 因意外耽搁而大发雷霆
- storm into 强行冲入
- storm into the fort 强行冲入要塞
- storm into the office 怒气冲冲地进入办公室
- storm out of the room 怒冲冲走出房间
- storm through the street 猛冲过街道
- storm up the hill 向山上冲锋
A storm had come up.., bringing..torrents of rain.出自： W. Cather
As..winter deepened the storms became very rough.出自： P. Sayer
It is now snowing and storming furiously.出自： M. F. Maury
- storm既可用作及物动词,也可用作不及物动词。用作及物动词时,可接名词或代词作宾语; 用作不及物动词时,表示“起风暴,刮大风下大雨”,这时常以it作主语。
- storm还可表示“狂怒,咆哮”,其后可接about,表示“气愤地谈(某事)”; 接at表示“对…大发雷霆”; 接into表示“非常气愤地进入”; 接out表示“非常气愤地出去”。
- storm, blizzard, hurricane, squall, tempest
- storm指由于大气翻动而形成的恶劣天气,常指暴风雨〔雪〕; blizzard指很大的高而冷的暴风雪; hurricane指伴着飓风的热带暴风雨; squall指持续时间短、骤然的、猛烈的,并伴有雨雪的海上风暴; tempest为诗歌中的用语,可指任何猛烈的风暴,尤指夹杂雨、雪或冰雹的风暴。
- ☆ 直接源自古英语的storm，意为风暴。
- calm 平静的
- stormy adj. 有暴风雨的;愤怒的；冲动的,暴躁的‖stormily adv. 有暴风雨地；愤怒地；冲动地‖storminess n. 〈气〉风暴度;暴躁；激烈