Translation of thunderclap in Spanish:


trueno, n.

Pronunciation /ˈθəndərˌklæp//ˈθʌndəklap/


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    trueno masculine
    • You only get a few thunderclaps with each storm but, when you are on a 6th floor in a basically 3 story town, you really feel them.
    • Larry Lessig is explaining the importance of the public domain as a source for future creativity, when a series of thunderclaps shakes the auditorium.
    • Half of her words were lost in the noise of a thunderclap that echoed through the sky.
    • It sounds like a big thunderclap, with vibration through the air and ground,’ said Kawanishi.
    • ‘Thanks for walking me back,’ Henriette said, as a thunderclap shook the sky.
    • The first thunderclap brought down raindrops and hailstones as big as marbles.
    • When the weather turns foul in Unforgiven, you really feel as if you are at the center of a big rain cloud with drops falling all over and a few thunderclaps thrown in for good measure.
    • It was a very tedious business, and they amused themselves by counting the seconds between the thunderclaps and the flashes of lighting.
    • Helen yells at him and slams the door, but then there is a thunderclap and the sound of pouring rain.
    • There was a thunderclap and heavy rain started to thud on the carpet.
    • For example, following the lyric ‘thunder that roared out a warning,’ a thunderclap is heard on the track.
    • It was really coming down, with the occasional flash of lightning and booming thunderclap.
    • And like the sound of a thunderclap in the distance on a hot summer day, the storm clouds are already visible.
    • No sooner were we in bed when there was an almighty thunderclap and the heavens opened up and of course it sounded very loud on the tin roof.
    • They simply graze on, their ears filled with thunderclaps and their coats filling with raindrops.
    • As if on cue, there was a soft thunderclap and a light rain started.
    • As if in response to our comments, a loud thunderclap roared, filling the atmosphere with noise.
    • Ever since she had been a small child, she had constantly enjoyed watching the lightning dance overhead, listening to the thunderclaps and trying to determine how far off the lightning was.
    • Then there were more thunderclaps which, the young men affirmed, shook and compacted into a solid mass the still soft ground that consisted of water and mud.
    • A short time later there was a noise - like a small thunderclap.