Translation of twister in Spanish:


tramposo, n.

Pronunciation /ˈtwɪstər//ˈtwɪstə/



  • 1

    tramposo masculine
    tramposa feminine
    fulero masculine Spain informal
    fulera feminine Spain informal
  • 2US

    tornado masculine
    • The black shadows darting around everywhere, the rain of fire, the lightning, the enormous twisters… but she did not halt, and only pushed more determinedly on.
    • The wind and rain intensified as they watched the deadly twisters move towards them.
    • Unlike a hurricane - a tornado's big, long-lived and usually slow-moving meteorological cousin - a twister is small, brief, and fast moving.
    • Likewise, it's only a myth that twisters avoid large cities.
    • And we have late word that twisters are being spotted.
    • With an average of one tornado every three years, it's the twister capital of the world.
    • For pictures and more on deadly twisters and the researchers who study them, read ‘Chasing Tornadoes’ in the April issue of National Geographic.
    • This tornado hit Furnace county, Nebraska, and it is one of 100 twisters that ravaged must of the Midwest over the weekend.
    • Watching silent twisters at a distance was far different from watching a giant roaring twister stalk them from less than three miles away.
    • This tornado comes on the wake of a massive twister which struck the town of Jonesboro just a few hours ago.
    • Situated past East Arm in the southern part of the harbour, it was considered well protected from storm surges and the strong winds expected with the twister.
    • Suddenly, out of the ocean, four huge twisters appeared; they swirled around, creating a huge wind for the boat.
    • A tornado struck homes early yesterday in northern Louisiana and possible twisters were reported in Arkansas and Mississippi.
    • Scientists who chase dust devils report that the tiny twisters can produce a small magnetic field that changes magnitude between 3 and 30 times per second.
    • Know that a tornado watch means a twister is possible in your area and that a tornado warning means it has already been sighted and may be headed your way.
    • Most other nations haven't been tracking twisters as long as the United States has, and their records are much less thorough, he notes.
    • Then, by reference to data from the original group of twisters, each tornado was assigned a Fujita scale rating, a path length over which damage would occur, and a path width.
    • Conditions were ripe for twisters, and there were tornado warnings in counties all along the coast, with several reported touchdowns.
    • Both yelled as they fought harder and the twister was gone like a breeze.
    • This year, the country has been lucky: As of Aug. 1, only 473 twisters had struck the lower 48 states.
  • 3

    bailarín de twist masculine
    bailarina de twist feminine