tempestuous - транскрипция, произношение и перевод онлайн

Транскрипция и произношение слова "tempestuous" в британском и американском вариантах. Подробный перевод и примеры.

tempestuous / бурный, буйный
имя прилагательное
stormy, turbulent, rough, rugged, tempestuous, wild
exuberant, lush, wild, riotous, luxuriant, tempestuous
имя прилагательное
characterized by strong and turbulent or conflicting emotion.
he had a reckless and tempestuous streak
very stormy.
a tempestuous wind
The General often seems to use reason and intelligence to paper over an emotionally tempestuous nature, and I wonder if his reaction to being ruled out of the running to lead Europe might have had something to do with this statement's odd-ness.
She doesn't know Corinne, has no experience of the depth and complexity and interlinked contradictions that make up this intense, tempestuous , extraordinary woman.
It's basically about a relationship, a passionate tempestuous relationship.
The offshore waters are typically tempestuous , but winds in the channel's eastern bight will be only 10 to 15 knots.
Basketball's tempestuous superstar had been ordered to stay at the house since prosecutors said last week they would charge him and his uncle with assault, terroristic threats and related offences.
What induced this stormy outburst on this tempestuous May morning?
The potentially damaging book comes after an apparent thawing of relations between the prime minister and his chancellor, with well placed insiders saying the often tempestuous relationship is on its most even keel in years.
Scorpios are supposedly the most passionate, stormy and sensitive sign of the zodiac and choosing gifts for these types can be tricky - on the one hand you have an easily hurt lovebunny, on the other, a tempestuous individual.
I think I have a much more tempestuous and eventful amorous life than the average middle-class citizen, but I wouldn't agree that I necessarily behaved dishonourably.
Azure blue and tranquil one moment when kissed by the sun and flattened by breeze; tempestuous and grey the next, whipped by fierce wind and powerful current.