1. Resembling, flowing in, or forming torrents: torrential mountain streams; a torrential downpour.
Torrential definition, pertaining to or having the nature of a torrent. See more.
torrential. of, having the nature of, or produced by, a torrent. like a torrent, as in violence or copiousness.
With few exceptions rivers are torrential in character, although some are of considerable length. There will be floods again if the rain continues so torrential.
1a : relating to or having the character of a torrent <torrential rains>b : caused by or resulting from action of rapid streams <torrential gravel>.
If it's raining extremely hard, then the rain is torrential — it's absolutely pouring. Use torrential to describe something that's happening in torrents, or turbulent flowing streams.
Torrential Tribute 激（げき）流（りゅう）葬（そう）. English.
Перевод слова torrential, американское и британское произношение, транскрипция, словосочетания, однокоренные слова.
British English: torrential ADJECTIVE Torrential rain pours down very rapidly and in great quantities.The storms and torrential rain caused traffic chaos across the country.
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