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the mistral

noun [S]
 
 
/mɪˈstrɑːl/
a strong cold dry wind that blows south through France to the Mediterranean
密史脫拉風(地中海北岸的一種乾冷北風)
Wind and windsStormy weather
Translations of “the mistral”
in Chinese (Simplified) 密史脱拉风(地中海北岸的一种干冷北风)…
(Definition of the mistral from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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