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gust

noun [C] uk   /ɡʌst/ us  
a sudden strong wind: A sudden gust of wind blew his umbrella inside out. figurative She could hear gusts of laughter (= sudden, loud laughter) from within the room.

gust

verb [I] uk   /ɡʌst/ us  
to blow strongly: Winds gusting to 50 mph brought down power cables.
Translations of “gust”
in Korean 바람이 세차게 불다…
in Arabic يَهُبّ…
in French rafale…
in Turkish ani ve şiddetli esmek, bora şeklinde esmek…
in Italian soffiare a raffiche…
in Chinese (Traditional) 一陣狂風,一陣強風…
in Russian дуть сильно, с порывами…
in Polish wiać…
in Spanish ráfaga, racha…
in Portuguese rajar…
in German die Böe…
in Catalan bufar fort…
in Japanese (風が)強く吹く…
in Chinese (Simplified) 一阵狂风,一阵强风…
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