tidal wave en Español

Pronunciación
ola alta; ola de rumores {protesta}

Ejemplos

Last year in the Philippines, earthquakes and tidal waves resulted in the deaths of more than 6, 000 people.
El año pasado, los terremotos y los maremotos cobraron más de 6.000 vidas en Filipinas.
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Retreating immediately, they had swept away the past like a tidal wave, the great surf depositing all that it contained.
Habían barrido el pasado como una ola destructora, para retirarse inmediatamente. La gran marea depositaba todo lo que envolvían sus entrañas,
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An earthquake, a forest fire, tidal wave.
Un terremoto, un incendio forestal, un maremoto.
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An emergency, a tidal wave an earthquake.
Una emergencia, un maremoto, un terremoto.
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Second, the fear of a tidal wave of immigrants from Eastern Europe is largely a populist fantasy.
Segundo, el temor a una enorme ola de inmigrantes de Europa del Este es en gran medida una fantasía populista.
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These are creatures that can move mountains, redirect tidal waves.
Son criaturas que pueden mover montañas, redirigir las mareas.
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Some scientists liken climate change to a tidal wave that can no longer be held at bay.
Algunos científicos comparan el cambio climático con un maremoto que no puede ser contenido.
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Behind your rage, there is a tidal wave of feelings.
Detrás de tu ira, hay una oleada de sentimientos.
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A speedboat in High Island was overturned by a massive tidal wave.
Una lancha de la Isla Alta fue volteada por una ola masiva.
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There are still obstacles, but the tidal wave of entrepreneurial fervour appears unstoppable.
Aún hay obstáculos, pero la marea de fervor emprendedor parece imparable.
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Sinónimos

a wave resulting from the periodic flow of the tides that is caused by the gravitational attraction of the moon and sun: moving ridge, wave
an unusual (and often destructive) rise of water along the seashore caused by a storm or a combination of wind and high tide: disaster, calamity, wave, cataclysm, moving ridge, tragedy, catastrophe
an overwhelming manifestation of some emotion or phenomenon: manifestation


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