noun, plural de·re·chos.
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Origin of derecho
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The Midwest has had many derechos before, says Alan Czarnetzki, a meteorologist at the University of Northern Iowa in Cedar Falls.
Some anticipated effects of climate change, such as warming at the planet’s surface, could increase the likelihood of more and stronger derechos by increasing atmospheric instability.
The storm was what’s known as a derecho, roughly translating to “straight ahead.”
The derecho de consumo (the internal or consumption duty) is an impost averaging nearly twenty per cent.