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wind turbine

noun [C]
 
 
NATURAL RESOURCES, ENVIRONMENT
a large tall structure with blades (= large, flat pieces) that are blown around by the wind producing electrical energy: The wind turbines are visible on the horizon as you look out to sea.
Translations of “wind turbine”
in Chinese (Traditional) 風力發電機…
in Russian ветряная турбина…
in Turkish rüzgar türbini…
in Chinese (Simplified) 风力发电机…
in Polish turbina wiatrowa…
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