stormnoun

  • ja〔感情などの〕突発、激発
  • ena situation in which people suddenly express very strong feelings about something

Examples

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You don't know nothing about me.
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You are false, Creed.
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You do this, you're going into a storm.
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Glenn, talking of fans and twitter storms, your show, 'It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia'—
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There are lots of people on the internet—
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They are talking so much about whether or not you're going to appear in the upcoming 13th season.
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About 2 weeks ago, I accidentally posted on Facebook our relationship stuff.
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And I'm visiting my family this weekend.
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Are people staying calm?
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Do you feel safe or do you feel like you're going into like a shit storm?
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I got us into this shit storm, not you.
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He can take my badge, but he ain't taking your ring.
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Okay, do you have to be in a certain mood to write?
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I think there's just has to be some kind of inner storm.
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You got to be feeling something.

Other meanings for storm...

stormnoun

  • ja嵐、暴風(雨)
  • ena weather disturbance or a period of very bad weather when there is a lot of rain or snow, strong winds, and often thunder and lightning
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As Hurricane Flozell grows stronger,
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record surf threatens to breach the Langley Falls Sea Wall and flood all of Lower Langley.
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Residents are urged to evacuate.
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Thanks, Greg. Stay safe out there.
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Don't worry.
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I've been in some nasty storms and...
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Oh, my God!
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The sky ate Greg!
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What a time.
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Aren't you just happy to be alive right now?
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Yeah, but I wanna stay alive.
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Yeah, you'll be fine.
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It's just a little storm.
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Watch a movie.
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Or tweet something.
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All right, it looks like we're stuck here.
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Storm has flooded the causeway.
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And the bridge is destroyed.
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For the moment, there's no way out.
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Check it out, losers.
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Guess who got their dealer!
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Nice! How'd it go down?
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We chased him through a subway tunnel, back up through a storm drain,
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Adrian and I got engaged, and then we busted him with a half kilo of coke in his sock.
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Wait, wait, wait.
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What'd you just say?
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It was in his sock!
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These dummies, they never think we're gonna check their socks.
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You feel a storm coming on?
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No, but it sure looks foggy over there on your side of the street.
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Let's get you to the register before the storm comes.
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Bye.
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Twister is a-comin'.
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Daisy?

stormverb

  • ja怒鳴る、攻撃する
  • ento move in an angry, forceful, and sudden manner with the intent of expressing extreme emotions or gaining something
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Why didn't you just tell me what was actually happening?
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I wanted to, sir, but it involved trusting Madeline Wuntch.
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And I just didn't think you could handle it.
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But I'm sorry that I lied to you.
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Sir? Sir?
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Oh, no. Is he mad?
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I can't see anything. Did he storm out?
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No, I stormed in to tell you it was a great plan.
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Nice work, Peralta.
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And there it is ⁠— the proud daddy.
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You and James kissed?
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Look on the bright side.
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Now you don’t need a new toothbrush.
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Logan! Hey, come back, man.
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- Let’s talk! - Boo!
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What a rip-off.
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No, this is better.
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See, the rejected male storms off
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while the backstabbing friend fears for the future of their friendship.
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When and how did you know that my sexuality was not the same as yours?
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I was playing video games.
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Mom storms in, and she was like,
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"I've been on the computer. I've been checking the history.
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I know what you've been watching.
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And I just wanted to let you know that this is not okay."
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She tacks on the end of it,
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"And your brother's looking at photos of men, and that's it's own thing."
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And then I was like, "I'm so sorry, mom, for watching porn."
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My wife and I haven't had a single fight the whole time in quarantine, which I think is good.
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And I think we're both on our extra best behavior.
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I know I am, at least.
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Yeah.
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Because you know how couples have fights and then they'll storm out
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or give each other the silent treatment for days on end?
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I feel like you can't really do that unless—
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Unless you've got some kind of giant house, you cannot do something like that anymore.
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The family learns of a plot to lure Arthur to an apartment of a family enemy,
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and sets up a trap for the Mafia assassins.
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Sometimes even the Blinders get their information wrong.
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And it turns out Luca has taken his men to the hospital where Michael is convalescing.
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Killing the guard posted by the room, Luca storms in and places a pistol to Michael’s forehead,
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but instead of pulling the trigger, informs him that he is to be spared.
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Later, Monse tells the crew that she is going away to boarding school in New Hampshire,
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but they don't really believe her.
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You've left before.
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Writing camp, Brentwood — this is shmuck bait.
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You always come back.
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Pissed, Monse storms away in anger and turns around to see them all gone.
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Where did they go?
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And then, suddenly, she's gone too.