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Detailed Translations for squall from English to French


squall [the ~] noun

  1. the squall
    la bourrasque; la rafale; le coup de vent
  2. the squall (blizzard; snow-storm; snow-drift; driving snow)
  3. the squall (gust of wind)

to squall verb (squalls, squalled, squalling)

  1. to squall (bleat)
    • brailler verb (braille, brailles, braillons, braillez, )

Conjugations for squall:

  1. squall
  2. squall
  3. squalls
  4. squall
  5. squall
  6. squall
simple past
  1. squalled
  2. squalled
  3. squalled
  4. squalled
  5. squalled
  6. squalled
present perfect
  1. have squalled
  2. have squalled
  3. has squalled
  4. have squalled
  5. have squalled
  6. have squalled
past continuous
  1. was squalling
  2. were squalling
  3. was squalling
  4. were squalling
  5. were squalling
  6. were squalling
  1. shall squall
  2. will squall
  3. will squall
  4. shall squall
  5. will squall
  6. will squall
continuous present
  1. am squalling
  2. are squalling
  3. is squalling
  4. are squalling
  5. are squalling
  6. are squalling
  1. be squalled
  2. be squalled
  3. be squalled
  4. be squalled
  5. be squalled
  6. be squalled
  1. squall!
  2. let's squall!
  3. squalled
  4. squalling
1. I, 2. you, 3. he/she/it, 4. we, 5. you, 6. they

Translation Matrix for squall:

NounRelated TranslationsOther Translations
bourrasque squall squalls
coup de vent squall squalls
rafale squall burst; magazine fire; rapid fire; rapid fires
tempête de neige blizzard; driving snow; snow-drift; snow-storm; squall
vent katabatique gust of wind; squall
VerbRelated TranslationsOther Translations
brailler bleat; squall bellow; blare; clatter; cry; cry out; let on; rant; roar; scream; shout; shriek; squeal; tell tales; yell
- call; cry; holler; hollo; scream; shout; shout out; waul; wawl; yell
OtherRelated TranslationsOther Translations
- gust; gust of wind

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Synonyms for "squall":

Related Definitions for "squall":

  1. sudden violent winds; often accompanied by precipitation1
  2. utter a sudden loud cry1
  3. make high-pitched, whiney noises1
  4. blow in a squall1

Wiktionary Translations for squall:

  1. A squall line, multicell linem or part of a squall line
  2. A sudden storm, as found in a squall line
  1. to cry or wail loudly
  1. fruit et semence des céréales contenu dans l’épi ; des légumineuses.

Cross Translation:
squall coup de vent rukwind — een zeer harde windvlaag

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