storm

From Wiktionary
Jump to: navigation, search

Pronunciation[change]

  • (file)

Noun[change]

Singular
storm

Plural
storms

  1. (countable) (weather) A storm is bad weather with high winds that disturbs the atmosphere.
    Small boats should stay off the water tonight because we are expecting a storm.

Related words[change]

Verb[change]

Plain form
storm

Third-person singular
storms

Past tense
stormed

Past participle
stormed

Present participle
storming

  1. If you storm, you move fast and noisily like a storm, usually when angered.
  2. If you storm a building or other fortification, you assault it with military troops.
    The sargeant and his platoon stormed the stronghold of the most wanted terrorist.

Related words[change]