English to Czech Meaning :: billow

Billow :
mořská vlna
mořská vlna
mořská vlnastoupalvlajícívlnáchvzdouvající se
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Noun(1) a large sea wave
Verb(1) rise up as if in waves(2) move with great difficulty(3) rise and move, as in waves or billows(4) become inflated

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(1) I could almost see the smoke billow from her ears.(2) I didn't think I was tired quite yet, but as I watched the white smoke billow up in little threads above the fire, my eyelids grew heavy.(3) Divson lit up a cigarette in his home, letting the purple smoke billow to the ceiling and permeate the drywall exterior.(4) She said: ÔÇÿI went out to the back of the shop to get some stock and saw a billow of black smoke come from under the door.ÔÇÖ(5) Clouds of smoke billow out of the door when you enter the Botanica Papa Chango in Bridgeport, Connecticut.(6) When we got out on the street we saw a billow of white smoke and the sound was deafening.(7) The boat swept round with its bow to the east just in time to meet a billow , which, towering high above its fellows, burst completely over the rocks, and appeared to be about to sweep away all before it.(8) After hours of watching the black smoke billow over the top of the mountain, we stood horrified as the flames made their appearance.(9) Flying in across a track of pearl and gold laid by the setting sun across the Atlantic, I watched the island shape itself as a dark mass hardening from a billow of pink sea-level clouds.(10) Thick clouds of black smoke billow out of each of the vehicles, sometimes coming from the exhaust pipe.(11) There's a great sense of fantasy about billowy clothes.(12) Her breath formed in front of her, in billows of clouds.(13) In the mid-distance a cottage is burning, as smoke violently billows and fumes.(14) Upon first use in the overture, the billowing curtain falling down - first when suspended, then when released - was a visual treat.(15) Pierce had not shifted his gaze from the Spanish ensign, but she suspected that he no longer saw the red and yellow fabric billowing in the breeze.(16) She was sure, though, running at break neck speed, fabric billowing behind her, that something on the outside was now trying to break through.
Related Words
1. cloud ::
2. wave ::
3. surge ::
5. swirl ::
6. balloon ::
7. heave ::
8. wallow ::
válet se
Different Forms
billow, billowed, billowing, billows, billowy
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