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Bien Dit

Bien Dit Book 3 Chapter 7 voc. 1

abîmer/endommager to damage
une alerte alert
une avalanche avalanche
causer/provoquer to cause
le climat climate
la côte coast
une coulée de lave lava flow
le courant current
les dégâts (m.) damage
un désastre disaster
un désert desert
détruire/ravager to destroy
un éclair/le tonnerre lightning/thunder
empirer to worsen
une éruption eruption
estimer to estimate
évacuer to evacuate
un glissement de terrain mudslide
la grêle hail
un incendie fire
une inondation flood
un million million
un orage thunderstorm
un ouragan/un cyclone hurricane
un phénomène naturel natural phenomenon
une précaution precaution
un raz-de-marée tidal wave
une région sinistrée stricken region
secouer to shake
une tempête (de sable/neige) (sand/snow) storm
une tornade tornado
un tremblement de terre earthquake
un volcan volcano
Created by: michellecorson