hurricane

  • 1 Hurricane — (engl.) steht für: Hurrikan, ein tropisches Sturmsystem des Atlantikraumes geographisch: Hurricane (Utah), Ort in den USA Hurricane (West Virginia), Ort in den USA Hurricane Township sowie: Hurricane Festival, Musik Festival Hurricane… …

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  • 2 Hurricane — puede referirse a: Hawker Hurricane, caza de la Segunda Guerra Mundial. Hurricane, localidad estadounidense en el estado de Utah. Hurricane, ciudad estadounidense en el estado de Virginia Occidental. Hurricane, municipio estadounidense ubicado en …

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  • 3 hurricane — [ yrikan; ɶrikan ] n. m. • 1955; mot angl., du caraïbe ♦ Anglic. Cyclone, en Amérique centrale. De violents hurricanes. hurricane n. m. Cyclone tropical. (V. encycl. cyclone.) ⇒HURRICANE, subst. masc. Cyclone tropical dans la région caraïbe. Le… …

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  • 4 Hurricane — Hurricane, UT U.S. city in Utah Population (2000): 8250 Housing Units (2000): 3375 Land area (2000): 31.107653 sq. miles (80.568449 sq. km) Water area (2000): 0.439743 sq. miles (1.138929 sq. km) Total area (2000): 31.547396 sq. miles (81.707378… …

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  • 5 Hurricane — Hur ri*cane, n. [Sp. hurracan; orig. a Carib word signifying, a high wind.] A violent storm, characterized by extreme fury and sudden changes of the wind, and generally accompanied by rain, thunder, and lightning; especially prevalent in the East …

    The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • 6 Hurricane — Hurricane  переводится на русский язык как  ураган: Hawker Hurricane  британский одноместный истребитель времён Второй мировой войны, разработанный фирмой Hawker Aircraft Ltd. в 1934 году; Hurricane  сингл американской рок… …

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  • 7 hurricane — [hʉr′i kān΄, hur′ikən] n. [Sp huracán < WInd (Taino) huracan] 1. a violent tropical cyclone with winds moving at 73 or more miles per hour, often accompanied by torrential rains, and originating usually in the West Indian region: winds of… …

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  • 8 *hurricane — ● hurricane nom masculin (anglais hurricane, ouragan, de l espagnol huricán) Cyclone tropical aux Antilles …

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  • 9 Hurricane — a type of British fighter aircraft which became famous in World War II for its success against enemy bombers and fighters …

    Dictionary of contemporary English

  • 10 hurricane — 1550s, a partially deformed adoptation from Sp. huracan (Gonzalo Fernandez de Oviedo y Valdés, Historia General y Natural de las Indias, 1547 9), furacan (in the works of Pedro Mártir De Anghiera, chaplain to the court of King Ferdinand and Queen …

    Etymology dictionary

  • 11 hurricane — 1 *wind, breeze, gale, zephyr 2 *whirlwind, cyclone, typhoon, tornado, waterspout, twister …

    New Dictionary of Synonyms

  • 12 hurricane — [n] violent windstorm blow, cyclone, gale, line storm, monsoon, storm, tempest, tornado, tropical cyclone, tropical storm, twister, typhoon, whirlwind; concepts 524,526 …

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  • 13 hurricane — ► NOUN ▪ a storm with a violent wind, in particular a tropical cyclone in the Caribbean. ORIGIN Spanish huracán, probably from a word in an extinct Caribbean language meaning god of the storm …

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  • 14 hurricane — /herr i kayn , hur / or, esp. Brit., / keuhn/, n. 1. a violent, tropical, cyclonic storm of the western North Atlantic, having wind speeds of or in excess of 72 mph (32 m/sec). Cf. tropical cyclone, typhoon. 2. a storm of the most intense… …

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  • 15 Hurricane — Cette page d’homonymie répertorie les différents sujets et articles partageant un même nom. Hurricane est le mot anglais pour « ouragan ». Hurricane est le titre d une chanson de Bob Dylan, à propos de l emprisonnement de Rubin Carter… …

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  • 16 hurricane — noun ADJECTIVE ▪ major, powerful HURRICANE + VERB ▪ hit sth, strike (sth) ▪ A hurricane hit the city yesterday at 5 p.m. ▪ co …

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  • 17 hurricane — n. 1) a severe, violent hurricane 2) a hurricane hits, strikes (the hurricane struck several cities) 3) a hurricane blows itself out 4) the eye of a hurricane * * * [ hʌrɪkən] violent hurricane strikes (the hurricane struck several cities) a… …

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  • 18 hurricane — n. 1 a storm with a violent wind, esp. a W. Indian cyclone. 2 Meteorol. a wind of 65 knots (75 m.p.h.) or more, force 12 on the Beaufort scale. 3 a violent commotion. Phrases and idioms: hurricane bird a frigate bird. hurricane deck a light upper …

    Useful english dictionary

  • 19 hurricane — I. noun Etymology: Spanish huracán, from Taino hurakán Date: 1555 1. a tropical cyclone with winds of 74 miles (119 kilometers) per hour or greater that occurs especially in the western Atlantic, that is usually accompanied by rain, thunder, and… …

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  • 20 Hurricane — 1 Original name in latin Hurricane Name in other language State code US Continent/City America/New York longitude 38.43259 latitude 82.02014 altitude 215 Population 6284 Date 2011 05 14 2 Original name in latin Hurricane Name in other language… …

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