Translation for 'stormy' from English to Bulgarian
ADJ   stormy | stormier | stormiest
SYNO stormy | tempestuous
stormy {adj} [also fig.]бурен [и прен.]
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Translation for 'stormy' from English to Bulgarian

stormy {adj} [also fig.]
бурен [и прен.]
Usage Examples English
  • The motif of the stormy petrel has a long association with revolutionary anarchism.
  • In 1959, he had “a short, stormy, exciting relationship” with Nichelle Nichols.
  • A dark 'n' stormy is a highball cocktail made with dark rum (the "dark") and ginger beer (the "stormy") served over ice and garnished with a slice of lime.
  • Oh for life, Jim Jones, I'm sending you across the stormy sea.
  • The contest, sponsored by the English Department at San Jose State University, recognizes the worst examples of "dark and stormy night" writing.

  • In 1898 there were stormy legislative elections, with Gaston Gerville-Réache and Hégésippe Légitimus elected.
  • The miners of the Compagnie minière de Carmaux held a stormy meeting on 15 August 1892.
  • Summer rains are often stormy since uneven heating of the ground increases the convective phenomena.
  • The miners held a stormy meeting on 15 August 1892.
  • A stormy period between Christmas and New Year followed as Weather fronts associated with the lows Felix (30 December) and Gerhard (1 January) passed over the UK which brought further rainfall and some stormy conditions.

  • Due to stormy weather conditions the first round matches were postponed by 24 hours.
  • Scheveningen, in stormy weather, in the possession of Princess Marianne .
  • A conductor and his actress wife enjoy a stormy relationship due to their clashing working commitments.
  • Given the temperaments of the producers, meetings were often stormy.
  • The bugs try to sleep on a stormy night.

  • The album takes its title from the nickname of Joseph Ray “Stormy Petrel” Hodgson who was hailed as a hero after risking his life to save others from the stormy seas that battered 19th-century Sunderland.
  • The remaining passengers and crew reached George Town, Tasmania, after a stormy trip of some twelve days.
  • To brave the stormy ocean, did this female sailor bold.
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