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tormenta in English:

1. storm storm

This is a tropical storm. It'll be over soon.
The industrialist found a wealthy financier to help him weather the storm which was inevitable.
I hear Latin music is taking the music industry by storm this year.
You know the phrase, we reap what we sow. I have sown the wind and this is my storm.
It's stormy
What a glorious fall day. This is what they mean by the lovely weather you get after a storm.
Before we knew where we were, the dust storm was on us.
The doctor did everything possible as a physician to save the life of the dying child; he also gave his blood to help the child weather the storm.
How do you expect to weather the financial storm when the bank refuses to extend a helping hand?
Those two are so quiet it's unsettling. Could this be the quiet before the storm?
According to the radio, a storm is imminent in the North.
From time to time, a proposal to pull down a much-loved old building to make room for a new block of flats, raises a storm of angry protest.
Despite injuries and bad weather, South Africa storm to victory in their one-day international match against Bangladesh.
He had mechanical problems with his Vespa during a storm in the Swiss Alps.

English word "tormenta"(storm) occurs in sets:

Blank Space (Taylor Swift) - Traducida
Dark Horse (Katy Perry) - Traducida

2. torment torment

Working in this temperature is torment for me.
All evening the question tormented her. This boy always torments other children at school.(Ten chłopak zawsze dręczy inne dzieci w szkole.)
To be in torment
Stop tormenting this guy!
“It was a great torment,” she said, as tears flowed down her face.
This boy always torments other children at school.
The journey must have been a torment for them.
He was tormented by jealousy.
This emptiness was tormenting in itself.
As remote sensing methods develop, it is to be hoped that they will help reduce the bureaucracy which is a continual torment to farmers.
Her eyes revealed the torment in her mind.
The exam session was a torment for me. I was in torment the whole night.
The bigger kids keep tormenting him.
We are tormented by the fact that our little Madeleine... is so full of hate.
Waiting for the exam results was sheer torment.