Translation of cyclone in Spanish:


ciclón, n.

Pronunciation /ˈsʌɪkləʊn//ˈsaɪˌkloʊn/


  • 1

    ciclón masculine
    • As well as facing a severe economic crisis, over the past two years the island has been hit by serious flooding due to tropical storms and cyclones that have devastated agricultural production.
    • Heatwaves, cyclones, and floods, will become more frequent and intense.
    • Already we are witnessing numerous irregularities and disturbances in the climatic system - heat waves, floods, squalls, storms, cyclones and thunderstorms.
    • We are all used to cyclones and storms lashing Florida and the surroundings.
    • Extreme weather events like floods, storms, and cyclones were predicted to rise as global warming disrupted weather patterns.
    • The meteorological satellite launched last year seeks to aid the forecast of severe weather events such as cyclones and storms.
    • The thin-framed, moveable glass walls were engineered to be resistant to tropical storms and cyclones.
    • Hurricanes and other cyclones that form in the tropics during summer and fall are very different from the extratropical storms that often form during winter even though both can produce very strong winds and flooding rain.
    • Dunes are a first line of defence for the canopy forest, not only against the ravages of storms or cyclones, but against the harmful salt spray under normal conditions.
    • Climate extremes like flood, fire, cyclones and drought cause major impacts that can be minimised more effectively with climate forecasting.
    • Due to the intensive rainfall and high temperatures, disastrous weather such as thunder storms and cyclones are likely to occur.
  • 2

    (low-pressure area)
    zona de bajas presiones feminine
    • An official from the meteorological office said forecasts indicated the cyclone could fizzle out before reaching Mozambique.
    • Hundreds fled to storm shelters in the remote northern Cook Islands yesterday as the fourth cyclone in a month lashed the South Pacific nation.
    • As cyclones move inland, they form rain depressions and are an important source of rain.
    • The country has a warm climate and often experiences devastating cyclones and hurricanes.
    • Japhet hit northern Mozambique last week and is the second cyclone to devastate the southern African country this year.
    • Madagascar's vanilla production has been adversely affected in recent years by a series of devastating cyclones.
    • A cyclone tore into India's southeastern coast yesterday, killing 11 people, officials said.
    • During one trip to Mauritius I endured both a cyclone and a tropical storm in the space of a week, and saw enough rain to last me a lifetime.
    • He believes climate change is also increasing the severity of cyclones and hurricanes, which are now appearing in areas never seen before, and outside their normal weather pattern.
    • Trends in tropical cyclone activity in the Australian region show that the total number of cyclones has decreased in recent decades.
    • Visitors were told how weather data which flow in continuously from around 500 weather stations all over the country are analysed, plotted on maps and then low pressure zones determined to forecast depressions and cyclones.
    • Orissa was recently devastated by the deadliest cyclone of the century causing death and destruction on an unheard of scale.
    • The coastal areas of Asia face future challenges: cyclones and their attendant surges will take an increasing toll as global warming disturbs weather systems.
    • The immediate cause of the famine is the drought in the southern part of the island and the cyclone that hit the east this year.
    • A cyclone in Bangladesh during 1991 caused 150,000 deaths.
    • At the time of writing there is no report of damage from Orissa, another coastal state very susceptible to hurricanes and cyclones.
    • Heavy rain and high winds, sometimes of destructive strength, can be experienced along the coast within several hundred kilometres of the centre of a cyclone.
    • The cyclones and monsoons that already bring such damage to the area could become even more frequent and intense.
    • The year 1918 was noteworthy in northern Queensland for two of the worst cyclones in the country's history.
    • Each year, the tropics are battered by up to 40 hurricanes, typhoons, and cyclones, while floods and landslides occur everywhere in numbers too great to keep track of.