English version

thunder in Meteorology topic

thunderthunder2 verb  1 it thunders2 [intransitive always + adverb/preposition]CSSOUND to run or move along quickly, in a way that makes a very loud noise The children came thundering downstairs. Huge lorries thundered past us.3 [intransitive] to make a very loud deep noise Guns roared and thundered all around us.4 [transitive]SHOUT to shout loudly and angrily ‘You must be mad!’ he thundered.→ See Verb table
Examples from the Corpus
thunder"Be quiet!" Miguel thundered.Fighter jets thundered across the sky.Legions of men, women and children thundered along these lanes, ringing their bells and scattering pedestrians like startled pigeons.While the taps were thundering, he poured himself a large whisky and soda, and gulped it.Did you hear it thunder just now?From his pulpit thundered the most extraordinary denunciations of violations and abuses.As the cannon thundered, the ranks broke, only to be formed again with dogged determination.The train thundered through the station.