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wind

noun [C or U] (CURRENT OF AIR)
氣流
 
 
/wɪnd/
a current of air moving approximately horizontally, especially one strong enough to be felt
風;氣流
There isn't enough wind to fly a kite.
風不夠大,風箏飛不起來。
The weather forecast warned of winds of up to 60-miles-an-hour today.
天氣預報警告說,今天有時速高達60英里的強風。
There was a light wind blowing.
微風輕拂。
Strong/High winds made the crossing very unpleasant.
強風使橫度變得非常不舒服。
The sails flapped in the wind.
風帆在風中啪啪地拍打著。
literary There wasn't a breath of (= even a slight amount of) wind.
沒有一絲風。
A gust of wind suddenly caught her skirt.
突然一陣風吹動了她的裙子。
The wind is beginning to pick up (= get stronger).
風開始越刮越猛。
She ran like the wind (= very fast) to catch up.
她像一陣風似的趕了上去。
Wind and windsStormy weather
Translations of “wind”
in Korean 바람…
in Arabic ريح…
in French vent, souffle, gaz…
in Italian vento…
in Russian ветер, газы, метеоризм…
in Turkish rüzgâr, yel, hava…
in Polish wiatr, wiatry…
in Spanish viento, aire, aliento…
in Portuguese vento…
in German der Wind, die Luft, die Blähung…
in Catalan vent…
in Japanese 風…
in Chinese (Simplified) 气流, 风…
(Definition of wind noun (CURRENT OF AIR) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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