Noun(1) a dark cloud of great vertical extent charged with electricity; associated with thunderstorms
(1) A thundercloud , with a distinctive upper anvil shape, results from air which is moist and unstable rising by convection.(2) Oh, yeah, we were still in a thick thundercloud with periodic flashes of lightning surrounding us.(3) As you pointed out, it takes about 800 million volts to get lightning to jump between a thundercloud and the ground.(4) A company in the USA have now produced a gel that they claim is able to almost totally destroy a building thundercloud .(5) Even so, the thought of life from a thundercloud thrilled Percy Shelley, who was a keen electrical experimenter, and was immortalised by his wife Mary in her novel Frankenstein.(6) Scientists believe the warm, dry, dusty layer mixes with tropical waves, breaking up thunderclouds ' ability to transfer energy from the warm ocean surface to the atmosphere.(7) On 12 July, under a sky full of thunderclouds , the titans clashed, the Soviets under orders to close with the Tigers to negate the latter's advantage in range.(8) Overhead in the darkening sky, the gathering thunderclouds rumbled a warning.(9) The perfect day had vanished not fifteen minutes after they had picked up their gear and headed down the trail, the blue sky replaced by dark thunderclouds .(10) It had been sunny a moment before; now dark thunderclouds threatened rain.(11) But the breathtaking scenery and impending risk of thunderclouds and lightning kept us spinning.(12) She answered questions like why there are thunderclouds and how it rains.(13) If thunderclouds crowd in, the whole sky darkens.(14) Overhead, thunderclouds rumbled angrily, lightning began to flash a myriad of colors, and sea winds started to rise and howl.(15) This means local convergence areas with resultant major cloud developments, i.e. thunderclouds , is more than just a possibility.(16) His skin glistened under the faint glow of light that was trying to get past through a mountain of thunderclouds .
(1) thundercloud :: 雷雲
1. cumulonimbus ::
2. cumulonimbus cloud ::
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