Traducción de stormbound en Español:

stormbound

Pronunciación /ˈstɔːmbaʊnd//ˈstɔrmˌbaʊnd/

adjetivo

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    (airport) cerrado por el mal tiempo
    (outpost) aislado por el mal tiempo
    (outpost) bloqueado por el mal tiempo
    (city) paralizado por el mal tiempo
    • The wind is 35 knots or more, the hail is coming down in skull-crushing showers, we're stormbound, no-one knows when the ferries will be able to run again, and the electricity is on and off.
    • He was a judge, and seems to have written the book while stormbound in Norway; but he thought it unsuitable for a cookery book to be presented as the work of a man.
    • The polar opposite is four unshaven, unwashed guys stormbound for the third day in a two-man tent on a ledge at 26,000 feet, wondering why they didn't take up golf instead.
    • To make that a big show he has asked journalists from all of Britain's newspapers to come here to be stormbound in the Harris Hotel.
    • In one of Orissa's many stormbound villages a young woman saw a wall collapse on her husband, a barber.