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  1. thunder

    • IPA[ˈθʌndə]

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    • n.
      a loud rumbling or crashing noise heard after a lightning flash due to the expansion of rapidly heated air;a loud, deep resounding noise
    • v.
      thunder sounds;make a loud, deep resounding noise
    • verb: thunder, 3rd person present: thunders, gerund or present participle: thundering, past tense: thundered, past participle: thundered

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    • n.
      名詞
    • 1. a loud rumbling or crashing noise heard after a lightning flash due to the expansion of rapidly heated air:

      there was a crash of thunder

      thunder rolled through the mountains

    • 2. a loud, deep resounding noise:

      you can hear the thunder of the falls in the distance

    • 3. used to refer to an angry facial expression or tone of voice:

      ‘I am Brother Joachim,’ he announced in a voice like thunder

    • 4. used to express emphasis, anger, or incredulity:

      none of this did the remotest good, but, by thunder, it kept the union activists feeling good

    • v.
      動詞
    • 1. thunder sounds:

      it began to thunder

    • 2. make a loud, deep resounding noise:

      the motorcycle thundered into life

      the train thundered through the night

    • 3. strike powerfully:

      Briggs thundered home a 30-yard free kick

    • 4. speak loudly and forcefully or angrily, especially to denounce or criticize:

      he thundered against the evils of the age

      ‘Sit down!’ thundered Morse with immense authority

    • plural a person's large or fat thighs.

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    • ph. a city on an inlet of Lake Superior in southwestern Ontario; population 109,140 (2006). It is one of Canada's major ports.

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    • ph. a city on an inlet of Lake Superior in south-western Ontario; population 109,140 (2006). It is one of Canada's major ports.

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    • n. a heavy and sudden shower of rain accompanied by thunder and lightning:

    • a very heavy thunder-plump in summer

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    • plural a person's large thighs, especially those with a great deal of cellulite.

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    • unrestrained and violent action or behavior, typically in sports or fiction

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    • unrestrained and violent action or behaviour

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    • win praise for oneself by pre-empting someone else's attempt to impress

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    • n.
      a loud rumbling or crashing noise heard after a lightning flash due to the expansion of rapidly heated air:
    • there was a crash of thunder

      thunder rolled through the mountains

    • v.
      thunder sounds:
    • it began to thunder

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