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

The meaning of "Storm" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does it’s a storm in a teacup mean?
A: Check the question to view the answer
Q: What does Calm before a storm/Calm before the storm mean?
A: It means that things feel weirdly calm or quiet and that things are going to be very bad soon. For example, if a couple is having a very nice night out having dinner and suddenly something causes them to fight, the nice part of their night would be “the calm before the storm.”
Q: What does stormed out mean?
A: "stormed out" is said when someone is visiblly angry or upset and they leave a room hurriedly
Q: What does rode out the storm mean?
A: It means to stay in the neighborhood during a storm despite the storm being dangerous
Q: What does perfect storm mean?
A: A "perfect storm" is an expression that describes an event where a rare combination of circumstances will aggravate a situation drastically.

It can also describe an actual phenomenon.

"A perfect storm of famine, drought and regional violence is resulting in a disaster in slow motion"

Example sentences using "Storm"

Q: Please show me example sentences with A storm in a tea cup.
A: Here they are~

1.It would seem that the process has come a long way forward and this is probably a storm in a teacup.

2. I feel strongly that it is a strom in a teacup
Q: Please show me example sentences with storm out.
A: "Storming out" means leaving a place in anger, typically drawing a lot of attention.

"Some people haven’t really grasped the whole shopping for “essential items” only thing. Cashing in your scratchcards is not essential. Storming out of our shop because the whippy ice cream machine was not on is not essential."

"She stormed out of the room because she felt embarrassed."

"Quarantining alone is okay at the moment, but I'm starting to get lonely. I should have stayed with my coronabae. I stormed out of his house last Friday and got a cab home because he said something that annoyed me and now I lowkey regret doing that."
Q: Please show me example sentences with take by storm.
A: The term take by storm is usually used with popular trends, or in the media as popular artists, usually music. An example would be "In their comeback, BTS took the world by storm with their hit song Fake Love". In this case, it means that the song Fake Love was a big hit worldwide, and is not just trending, but extremely well liked and highly praised too, making it super super super popular, and basically all over the Internet. Hope it answers your question!
Q: Please show me example sentences with stormed out.
A: "I stormed out of the room because I was so aggravated."
Q: Please show me example sentences with storm.
A: He got angry and stormed out of the room.
The wind picked up as the storm approached.
I stormed out of the room in frustration.
The weather report shows a storm coming at 2 PM.

Synonyms of "Storm" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between I am the Storm and I of the storm ?
A: Ahh, the song's name is a play on words since "eye" and "i" are said the exact same way.

Another way to think of it is "eye of the storm" is the centre of danger. "I of the storm" itself is grammatically incorrect but since it's a play on words it makes sense.
Q: What is the difference between He need not go in the storm. and He don't have to go in the storm. and He don't need not go in the storm. ?
A: all means he no need to go.

but what does it mean by "in the storm"?
Q: What is the difference between There's a storm coming and A storm is coming ?
A: Both is natural. Both can be used in daily conversation :)
Q: What is the difference between the storm destroyed the town and the storm damaged the town and the storm devastated the town ?
A: Damage ( 다치다 ) = physical harm caused by something
Destroy ( 멸하다 ) = put an end to existence

"The storm damaged the town" means that there were many things broken after the storm (broken trees, cars, power lines, etc).

"The storm destroyed the town" means that entire buildings were flattened, swept away and ruined.
Q: What is the difference between There's a storm coming and A storm is coming ?
A: Both are correct to say, you can also say "there's a storm a'brewin" and you'll hear that in movies sometimes too.

Translations of "Storm"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? storm
A: Check the question to view the answer
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? storm
A: With the context of your Question to say Storm you say "Storm". as with the meaning that can vary as a storm is a visual representation, usually used as a symbolic portrayal or general symbolism.
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? There's a storm to start .is that right?
A: "There's a storm coming/ brewing/ approaching"
Or
"A storm is going to come/ start"

Other questions about "Storm"

Q: I wish the storm would more strong than now. does this sound natural?
A: I wish the storm would be more strong than it is now.
Q: Please show me how to pronounce storm .
A: Check the question to view the answer
Q: Sudden storm blowing in the winter night
People sleeping not knowing it
Seeing leaves frying up makes my mind lost in memory
I'm lost in this cold night
I'm lost in this maze
And I seem to want nothing but you now
does this sound natural?
A: A sudden storm blows in the winter night
People sleeping oblivious* to it
Seeing leaves flying up makes my mind become lost in memories
I'm lost in this cold night
I'm lost in this maze
And I seem to want nothing but you now

* If you are oblivious to something, then you don't notice or know about it. You can also write "People sleeping not noticing it" or "People sleeping not knowing about it"
Q: It wasn't easy for him to have eventually weathered the storm, so just give him a break. does this sound natural?
A: No, that's a really good use of it. :)

He was on the verge of bankruptcy and managed to come out of it. It wasn't easy for him to weather that storm, so give him a break.
Q: You blew away my storm and strife.

わたしの悩みを吹き飛ばしてくれる。 does this sound natural?
A: Good. We aften use the usage!

Meanings and usages of similar words and phrases

Latest words

storm

HiNative is a platform for users to exchange their knowledge about different languages and cultures. We cannot guarantee that every answer is 100% accurate.

Newest Questions
Topic Questions
Recommended Questions