turbulent, hvirvlende, oprørt
Adjective(1) characterized by unrest or disorder or insubordination(2) (of a liquid
(1) The turbulent water produces millions of air bubbles that circle about your mask and add to the thrill of the current.(2) The turbulent air is cooled, and this causes condensation and consequently an extensive stratus cloud is often formed.(3) He dropped down below the boat and the turbulent water.(4) Just after he returned to Spain, the country entered a new and turbulent phase in its history.(5) Jimmy took off and flew all the way through turbulent air to land at Newark at 3: 51 pm.(6) Don't miss a tour of the Berlin Experience, which traces its turbulent history.(7) Charlie could see turbulent waters ahead, and prayed for wisdom.(8) Ironically, wave power is produced not by water but by the air currents that are trapped and then pushed around by the turbulent waters.(9) The North Sea is an enchanting voyage across alternately silky and turbulent waters.(10) In rougher, more turbulent water, trout are much harder to see.(11) Since its introduction by the Further and Higher Education Act 1992, quality assurance of teaching has had a relatively brief but turbulent history.(12) After the most turbulent year in the history of the Olympic Games, Kevan Gosper has written an account of his life in sport, from being an athlete, through his years as a sports administrator.(13) He studied the change in a flow along a pipe when it goes from laminar flow to turbulent flow.(14) I think that most other nationalities have had a turbulent enough history to know that one can never relax, that nothing is forever, that society is constantly making and re-making itself.(15) A mass of waves were sweeping the shoreline, and the turbulent water toppled trees and swept them towards both ends of the lake, now spread twice as wide as it had once been.(16) The book is a well-balanced account of both the baseball of the '30s and the larger social history of that turbulent era.
(1) turbulent flow :: turbulent strømning
1. tempestuous ::
2. rough ::
3. roily ::
4. troubled ::
1. peaceable ::
2. peaceful ::
Different Formsturbulent, turbulently
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