Translation of thundercloud in Spanish:


nubarrón, n.

Pronunciation /ˈθəndərˌklaʊd//ˈθʌndəklaʊd/


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    nubarrón masculine
    • Overhead, thunderclouds rumbled angrily, lightning began to flash a myriad of colors, and sea winds started to rise and howl.
    • Overhead in the darkening sky, the gathering thunderclouds rumbled a warning.
    • It had been sunny a moment before; now dark thunderclouds threatened rain.
    • His skin glistened under the faint glow of light that was trying to get past through a mountain of thunderclouds.
    • The forecasts have been asking us to watch out for thunderclouds and thundershowers for a long while now.
    • A thundercloud, with a distinctive upper anvil shape, results from air which is moist and unstable rising by convection.
    • She answered questions like why there are thunderclouds and how it rains.
    • If thunderclouds crowd in, the whole sky darkens.
    • Oh, yeah, we were still in a thick thundercloud with periodic flashes of lightning surrounding us.
    • As you pointed out, it takes about 800 million volts to get lightning to jump between a thundercloud and the ground.
    • Even so, the thought of life from a thundercloud thrilled Percy Shelley, who was a keen electrical experimenter, and was immortalised by his wife Mary in her novel Frankenstein.
    • Scientists believe the warm, dry, dusty layer mixes with tropical waves, breaking up thunderclouds ' ability to transfer energy from the warm ocean surface to the atmosphere.
    • As the trough approached, heavy thunderclouds built up.
    • Rain cascaded from menacing thunderclouds, but she ignored it, racing to the front porch of the store.
    • It can't be too windy, and there must not be any rain, thunderclouds, or lightning nearby.
    • On 12 July, under a sky full of thunderclouds, the titans clashed, the Soviets under orders to close with the Tigers to negate the latter's advantage in range.
    • But the breathtaking scenery and impending risk of thunderclouds and lightning kept us spinning.
    • This means local convergence areas with resultant major cloud developments, i.e. thunderclouds, is more than just a possibility.
    • A company in the USA have now produced a gel that they claim is able to almost totally destroy a building thundercloud.
    • The perfect day had vanished not fifteen minutes after they had picked up their gear and headed down the trail, the blue sky replaced by dark thunderclouds.