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gust

noun /ɡast/
a sudden blast (of wind)
ráfaga, racha
gusts of wind of up to eighty kilometres/kilometers an hour.
gusty adjective
racheado, ventoso
a gusty day.
gustily adverb
ventosamente; tempestuosamente
gustiness noun
borrascosidad; vientos fuertes
Translations of “gust”
in Arabic هَبّة…
in Korean 세찬 바람…
in Malaysian tiupan angin yang kencang dan tiba-tiba…
in French rafale…
in Italian raffica…
in Chinese (Traditional) 一陣狂風,一陣強風…
in Vietnamese cơn gió mạnh…
in Portuguese lufada, rajada…
in Thai ลมพัดแรงทันที…
in German die Böe…
in Catalan ràfega…
in Japanese 突風…
in Indonesian hembusan yang kencang…
in Chinese (Simplified) 一阵狂风,一阵强风…
(Definition of gust from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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