Traducción de onrush en Español:


riada, n.

Pronunciación /ˈɑnˌrəʃ//ˈɔnˌrəʃ//ˈɒnrʌʃ/


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    (of floodwaters) riada femenino
    (of floodwaters) crecida femenino
    (of waves) embate masculino
    (of people) avalancha femenino
    • Part of the perplexity arises from a sudden onrush of doubt: did we misread the earlier texts, overlook the clues that would explain this surprising volte-face?
    • By month's end, though, the rapidly shortening days in the onrush to the winter solstice leave the planet setting more than an hour and a half after the Sun.
    • The onrush of new alloys and manufacturing processes means clubheads twice the size of the original oversize drivers are not merely on the horizon, they're available now.
    • How do people make sense of the onrush without being submerged by it?
    • The structure is less obvious, but on close inspection, it's analogous to the range of sounds; a little murkier, and the distinctions are there, but hidden in the onrush of sound.
    • Some might look back on the hungry years and embrace the onrush of fame with relief, but not our man.
    • Prehistoric people measured themselves against the small numbers of peers with whom they lived; as did most people in historic times, until the recent onrush of urbanisation.
    • She stood up, and felt the sudden onrush of emotion.
    • As it hit the coast, we could hear the splintering sound of the buildings smashed by the powerful onrush.
    • The uncertainty concerning the proper scope of IP rights is magnified by the onrush of technology.
    • To demonstrate the impact of high population growth on the environment, there is no better microcosm than California, which is staggering to accommodate its onrush of new residents.
    • Nothing is done or said that doesn't feel coruscantly correct, dexterously blending private and public events, and making a one-person play convey so many lives, so much history, such an onrush of humanity.
    • Threats of a bomb or a threat on the life of a hostage can't be accepted, but the speed and decisiveness of the onrush might just so distract the terrorists that they are overpowered before a hostage is killed.
    • The newcomer's plum, saccular head nods in the old song of cloths and tatters, drab and sand-stippled, those blowzy streaks of thinned hair swishing about in an onrush of current.
    • The Francisca is supposed to have been thrown in a massed volley to create certain amounts of mayhem prior to the onrush of the host of warriors.
    • But then the country is also witnessing an onrush of young persons seeking to share India's USP - spiritual enlightenment.
    • Abstractedly she listens as her daughter, standing up straight in an onrush of light at the open kitchen door, talks to a deliveryman.
    • I did not and do not seek a Luther-like emotional trauma and a shattering onrush of new experience.
    • Croft left a message and went to his club where, like the onrush of a sudden tide, all the talk, now, had turned to the upcoming race.
    • He was asked by the CIA to leave, once the onrush of the revolution seemed imminent.