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Meaning of “gust” - Learner’s Dictionary

gust

verb [I]     /ɡʌst/
If winds gust, they blow strongly: Winds gusting to 50 mph brought down power cables.Wind and windsStormy weather
gust noun [C] a gust of air gusty adjective
Translations of “gust”
in Korean 바람이 세차게 불다…
in Arabic يَهُبّ…
in Portuguese rajar…
in Catalan bufar fort…
in Japanese (風が)強く吹く…
in Italian soffiare a raffiche…
in Chinese (Traditional) 猛刮, 勁吹…
in Russian дуть сильно, с порывами…
in Turkish ani ve şiddetli esmek, bora şeklinde esmek…
in Chinese (Simplified) 猛刮, 劲吹…
in Polish wiać…
(Definition of gust from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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