Polish English Dictionary

język polski - English

huragan in English:

1. hurricane hurricane


Hundreds of people lost their lives in 2005 when a devastating hurricane hit New Orleans.
The film is a true story of a fishing boat crew who get caught at sea in a hurricane.
The pier took a real beating from the hurricane.
Victims of the hurricane received financial aid from the government.
The hurricane caused serious flooding.
A category 5 hurricane can reach speeds of about 155 miles per hour.
The hurricane destroyed our house.
The Caribbean and the Gulf of Mexico are exposed to an Increased frequency of more intense hurricanes.
Our home was destroyed in a hurricane.
Last night the hurricane blew down over 200 trees only in this town.
The hurricane moved across the Atlantic and destroyed many homes in the West Indies.
Hurricane Hermine has made landfall in northern Florida, becoming the first hurricane to hit the state since 2005.
How long does a hurricane usually last?
At the height of the hurricane, trees could be seen flying through the air like matchsticks.
Due to the recent hurricane, a lot of people lost their homes.

English word "huragan"(hurricane) occurs in sets:

Weather – Basic Polish Vocabulary
Natural Disasters

2. gale gale


The roof was torn off by the gale.
A severe gale tore down many trees in the village.
The world's first Ferris wheel was built in Chicago. It was named after its contructor, George Washington Gale Ferris, Jr.
The gale blew the tree down
The forcast shows showers and gales over Scotland
The gale blew down hundreds of trees.
There is a gale at sea with strong winds
It is expected that the storm will have turned into a gale by night time.
The gale was coming back.
He walked with his chin jutting forward as if confronting a strong gale, shoulders hunched, his faded gown billowing.
The ship scudded before a heavy gale.