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Meanings for thunder

the crackling or roaring sound in weather occurring sometimes with lightning

boom, roar, roaring, thunder(noun)

a deep prolonged loud noise

thunder(noun)

a booming or crashing noise caused by air expanding along the path of a bolt of lightning

big H, hell dust, nose drops, smack, thunder, skag, scag(verb)

street names for heroin

thunder(verb)

move fast, noisily, and heavily

"The bus thundered down the road"

thunder, roar(verb)

utter words loudly and forcefully

"`Get out of here,' he roared"

thunder, boom(verb)

be the case that thunder is being heard

"Whenever it thunders, my dog crawls under the bed"

thunder(verb)

to make or produce a loud noise

"The river thundered below"; "The engine roared as the driver pushed the car to full throttle"

to make a long loud deep noise or cry

as we got closer, the waterfall thundered louder and louder

to speak so as to be heard at a distance

a hotheaded man who was always thundering about the crooks and idiots running the government

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Example Sentences of thunder

I heard it thunder in the distance.

I was woken up by the sound of thunder this morning.

The thunder became louder.

The thunder scared the children.

The thunder frightened the students.

The thunder was so loud that we could barely hear each other.

We had a lot of thunder that summer.

There was a lot of thunder last night.

Thunder indicates that a storm is near.

We have had a lot of thunder this summer.

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Thunder in different languages

  • aдыдAbkhazian
  • رعد, صوت الرعدArabic
  • громByelorussian
  • гръм Bulgarian
  • বজ্রধ্বনিBengali
  • འབྲུག་སྐད་རྒྱག, ལྡིར་སྒྲTibetan
  • taraniñ, taranalBreton
  • tronar tro Catalan
  • къовкъаserbian
  • dunění hřmění hrom hromovat hromová rána zahřmění hřmít Czech
  • taranau taranu Welch
  • torden Danish
  • donnern donner German
  • κεραυνός βροντή Greek
  • tondro tondri Esperanto
  • trueno tronar estruendo Spanish
  • kõu Estonian
  • تندر رعد Persian
  • pauhu jyrähdellä jyrinä jylinä jyrähtely jyrähdys jyrähtää pauhata jyristä ukkonen Finnish
  • toraFaeroese
  • tonner tonnerre tonitruer French
  • daverje, tongerFrisian
  • toirneach Irish
  • tàirneanachScots Gaelic
  • taarnaghManx
  • רעםHebrew
  • गड़गड़ाहट गरज Hindi
  • loray
  • mennydörgés égzengés dörgés robaj mennyd Hungarian
  • որոտ Armenian
  • guntur guruh Indonesian
  • tónnereInterlingue
  • tondrarEsperanto
  • þruma Icelandic
  • tuonare tuono Italian
  • רַעַםformer Hebrew
  • 雷, 雷が鳴る, 轟音, 雷鳴, 怒鳴る, 轟音を立てる, サンダーJapanese
  • ქუხილი ჭექა-ქუხილი Georgian
  • ផ្គរCambodian
  • ಗುಡುಗು Kannada
  • 천둥, 우레Korean
  • tonitruum tonus tonitrus tono tonitrua Latin
  • donnerenLuxembourgish
  • ຟ້າຮ້ອງLao
  • griaustinis Lithuanian
  • pērkons Latvian
  • whaitiriMaori
  • гром Macedonian
  • аянгаMongolian
  • guntur guruh Malay
  • မိုးကြိုးBurmese
  • overdonderen gerommel donder gedonder donderen Dutch
  • torden Norwegian
  • iiʼniʼNavajo, Navaho
  • tronar, tronada, tronOccitan
  • æрвнæрынOssetian, Ossetic
  • grom zagrzmieć grzmot grzmieć gromić Polish
  • trovejar estrondo trovoar trovoada trovão Portuguese
  • tun, tunar, tung, tunerRomance
  • tunet tuna Romanian
  • гром рокот грохот греметь грохотать громыхать Russian
  • गर्जनSanskrit
  • tronu, tronai, tronareSardinian
  • гром, гр̀мети, grmljavina, zagrmeti, grmnjevit, grmnjevito, грмљавина, grom, gr̀metiSerbo
  • විදුලි කෙටීමSinghalese
  • hrom Slovak
  • grmenje, grom, grmetiSlovenian
  • bubullimë Albanian
  • åska smäll dundra åskdån dån muller mullrande åskmuller dåna Swedish
  • இடி Tamil
  • ఉరుముTegulu
  • สายฟ้าฟาด, สายฟ้าThai
  • gök gürültüsü Turkish
  • грімUkrainian
  • گڑگڑاہٹ, گرجUrdu
  • sét sấm Vietnamese
  • tötVolapuk
  • דונערYiddish
  • Chinese

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