Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Hurricane"

The meaning of "Hurricane" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does hurricane mean?
A: It is a storm with a violent wind.
Q: What does During a hurricane would you rather stay in a brick house with a foundation stuck in the ground or w tin box that's sitting on bricks mean?
A: @jackjackjack: yes that's what they mean. Trailer / Caravan/ Mobile home.

Example sentences using "Hurricane"

Q: Please show me example sentences with hurricane.
A: Only tropical storms in the Atlantic Ocean and Gulf of Mexico are called hurricanes. The same kinds of storms in the Pacific Ocean are called typhoons.

Synonyms of "Hurricane" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between hurricane and tornado ?
A: A hurricane is a tornado that is water swirling around instead of air. Hurricanes start on the ocean and come onto the land. Tornados are air swirling around and they start on the land.
Q: What is the difference between hurricane and tornado and whirlwind ?
A: Hurricanes are huge, last for a few days, and come from the ocean. Tornados are smaller, last a few hours, and usually form over land. Both are whirlwinds. "Whirl" means "spin", so they are spinning winds. Another, smaller form of whirlwind is a "dust devil."
Q: What is the difference between hurricane and typhoon ?
A: Hurricanes, cyclones, and typhoons are all the same weather phenomenon. We just use different names for these storms in different places. In the Atlantic and Northeast Pacific, the term “hurricane” is used. In the Northwest Pacific it's called a “typhoon” and “cyclones” occur in the South Pacific and Indian Ocean.
Q: What is the difference between hurricane and tornado ?
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Q: What is the difference between hurricane and cyclone ?
A: A cyclone is any type of circular storm, such as a tropical storm, hurricane, or tornado.

Translations of "Hurricane"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? hurricane
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Q: How do you say this in English (US)? hurricane
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Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? the hurricane might be heading to go over my head in Japanese?
A: The hurricane might be heading my way.
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? hurricane
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Q: How do you say this in English (US)? hurricane
A: hurricane

Other questions about "Hurricane"

Q: Can you correct this, please?
in 2005 hurricane katrina hit New Orleans. These were some of the worst destructions of whidtorii us. The city was evacuated. The inhabitants left the city. The others sought shelter. The emergency services barely mastered the panicking people. 1500 people have lost their lives, but the city is slowly recovering.
A: Here you go:

In 2005, Hurricane Katrina hit New Orleans. It was one of the worst destructions xxxx.The city was evacuated. Most of the residents left the city, whilst those who remained sought shelter (in their own houses).The emergency services barely mastered the panicking people. One thousand and five hundred people had lost their lives; however, the city slowly but surely recovered.
Q: What's correct
"I'm talking about A hurricane THAT was yesterday "
Or
" I'm talking about THE hurricane WHAT was yesterday "?
A: Neither. "I'm talking about the hurricane of yesterday."
Q: What I did while hurricane passing our area. Just wait at home. Wait, wait and wait. Since outside is dangerous. Friday morning, the office was closed due to the hurricane and I was supposed to be at home. But the wind was not so strong at that time. So, I felt it was the last chance to go outside. I ran a little near my house. I ran across the golf course, which was closed all day. I saw some young men playing golf with drinking beer. Some of them were half naked. It seemed like anarchy. does this sound natural?
A: ‎What I did while hurricane passing *through* our area: *I* just wait at home. Wait, wait and wait. Since outside *it* is dangerous. Friday morning, the office was closed due to the hurricane and I was supposed to be at home. But the wind *wasn't* so strong at *the* time. So, I felt it was the last chance to go outside. I ran a little near my house. I ran across the golf course, which was closed all day. I saw some young men playing golf *while* drinking beer. Some of them were half naked. It seemed like anarchy.

Pretty good! Just a few minor grammatical errors. :)
Q: How is the hurricane situation in Miami now?
Are people safe?
A: The hurricane has passed Miami. I am father north and it is just a lot of rain and wind.
Q: hurricane is comming. does this sound natural?
A: Make sure you use one m in coming

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