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Disasters!

Disasters!

自然災害
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flood
洪水 (n)洪水
flood
ジープが洪水の中を何とか進んでいる。
The jeep is pushing through the flood.
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洪水 (n)洪水
flood
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typhoon
台風 (n)台風
typhoon
台風が上陸した。
The typhoon has hit.
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台風 (n)台風
typhoon
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hurricane
ハリケーン (n)ハリケーン
hurricane
ハリケーンが、海から吹き込んできている。
The hurricane is blowing in from the sea.
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ハリケーン (n)ハリケーン
hurricane
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tornado
竜巻 (n)竜巻
tornado
強烈な竜巻
killer tornado
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竜巻 (n)竜巻
tornado
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drought
日照り (n)日照り
drought
日照り続きの状況
drought conditions
日照り (n)日照り
drought
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sandstorm
砂嵐 (n)砂嵐
sandstorm
突然の砂嵐
sudden sandstorm
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砂嵐 (n)砂嵐
sandstorm
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tsunami
津波 (n)津波
tsunami
津波に襲われる
hit by tsunami
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津波 (n)津波
tsunami
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avalanche
雪崩 (n)雪崩
avalanche
雪崩がスキーリゾートを破壊したが、幸運なことに、誰も怪我人はいなかった。
The avalanche destroyed the ski resort, but luckily, nobody was hurt.
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雪崩 (n)雪崩
avalanche
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fire
火事 (n)火事
fire
消防士達が、ハシゴに登って、火事と格闘している。
The fire fighters are fighting the fire on the ladder.
火事 (n)火事
fire
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earthquake
地震 (n)地震
earthquake
地震で地面が揺れている。
The earthquake is shaking the ground.
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地震 (n)地震
earthquake
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thunderstorm
雷雨 (n)雷雨
thunderstorm
激しい雷雨
severe thunderstorm
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雷雨 (n)雷雨
thunderstorm
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avatar JapanesePod101.com Sunday at 10:29 pm

Denis san,
konnichiwa!
Hurricane isn’t, but both typhoon and tsunami are indeed Japanese. Well spotted. 😁:thumbsup:

Natsuko (奈津子),
Team JapanesePod101.com

avatar Denis Friday at 1:48 am

I bet hurricane, typhoon and tsunami comes from Japanese language 😄