English to Welsh Meaning :: squall

Squall :
- squallsqualledBrewsquallssqually

Show English Meaning

Noun(1) sudden violent winds; often accompanied by precipitation
Verb(1) make high-pitched, whiney noises(2) utter a sudden loud cry(3) blow in a squall

Show Examples

(1) Half an hour later I looked up to find the house was being bashed by another squall of wind, and it was pouring with rain.(2) A squall of rain rushed through last night, leaving water running in the streets briefly.(3) he emitted a short mournful squall(4) I had been coping reasonably well with my transition from Barcelona's baking heat to the chill of a Glasgow summer, taking a perverse pleasure in the occasional sudden rainy squall .(5) A small rain squall has just passed over two dozen yachts anchored there, and sunlight is beginning to sweep in behind it.(6) Many sailors would have faced such a violent squall with dread.(7) The economy is like the sea, it comes and goes in broad cycles, but in between it is subject to sudden squalls and unpredictable storms.(8) After the deluge which forced the abandonment of play before 3pm on Friday, conditions remained difficult with blustery winds being interspersed by violent squalls .(9) Thunderstorms will be more frequent than in April accompanied by hail and violent squally winds.(10) From the instant I held that small, balding, sleepy-eyed, squalling bundle my life altered.(11) And we've had some wind gusts and squally weather here but nothing has been damaged.(12) What with all the screams and squalls and hectoring vocals still ringing in my ears, I can hardly think, breathe, or see straight, much less string a coherent sentence together.(13) But those same winds can bring squalls and ferocious storms at any time of year, and more especially in autumn, winter and early spring.(14) However, the snow soon departed and we were back to the usual rainy squalls and winds.(15) Last night, as strong gusts and heavy squalls hit the east coast, yachts were ripped from their moorings and more than half a million homes and businesses were left without power.(16) Seagulls, darting by with their snow white feathers, squalled and shrieked as they passed and the salty ocean air rushed into the building with every gust of wind.
Related Words
(1) squall line ::
llinell squall
1. gust ::
2. storm ::
3. blast ::
4. flurry ::
5. shower ::
6. gale ::
7. blow ::
8. rush ::
9. holler ::
10. scream ::
11. shout ::
12. cry ::
13. call ::
14. yell ::
15. shout out ::
gweiddi allan
16. hollo ::
Different Forms
squall, squalled, squalling, squalls, squally
English to Welsh Dictionary: squall

Meaning and definitions of squall, translation in Welsh language for squall with similar and opposite words. Also find spoken pronunciation of squall in Welsh and in English language.

Tags for the entry "squall"

What squall means in Welsh, squall meaning in Welsh, squall definition, examples and pronunciation of squall in Welsh language.

English to Welsh Dictionary

commonly confused words
form of verbs

Words by Category

Topic Wise Words

Learn 3000+ Common Words

Learn Common GRE Words

Learn Words Everyday

Most Searched Words

Word of the day

● Leader
arweinydd, prif, pen, tywysog, cadlywydd, bos, dug, , pennaeth, arloeswr, hyrwyddwr, cychwynnwr, capten, conswl, prif gymeriad, meistr, llysgennad, rhagflaenydd, gad, noddwr, gwarcheidwad, priod, gŵr, ffrind, gyrrwr, propelor, peilot, gweithredydd, arwain, seren polyn, lywydd, fforman
Your Favorite Words
Currently you do not have any favorite word. To make a word favorite you have to click on the heart button.