When I have to use the word wind to mean curve, I use convolution to avoid confusion. The winding roads were steep compared to the windy roads, so you don’t have to wonder if it was windy (too windy) or windy (i.e. crooked).
A path through the forest with many meanders and meanders and a river that meanders and winds towards the sea. The Beatles song The Long and Winding Road describes a winding and indirect path. Winding has an old English root, the word windan, which means twist, twist or twist.
Operate (a mechanism) by turning the spring with a key (often followed by a rise): turning a clock to wind a toy. Towing or lifting with winch, lashing load or the like (often followed from above). Take a winding or winding path (in a way) - the current winds through the forest.
1e windy SYNONIMAT. ■■■■, ■■■■, cool, ■■■■, shower. wild, stormy, scary, stormy, turbulent.
Windy road. WINNING COURSE (BASKETBALL SET). This sign indicates that the course has three (3) or more curves in a row. The signal is often accompanied by a speed recommendation. Slow down to the recommended speed before turning.
ADS: Local temperature and pressure difference cause local winds. There are four types: hot, cold, convection and tilt.
Synonyms for wind air. ■■■■■■■■■. Wind. Cyclone. kuling. Gusts of wind. ■■■■, ■■■■. breath.
The National Weather Service defines wind and wind differently, winds of 15 to 40 miles per hour are considered wind and over 25 miles per hour as wind. The other challenge with wind forecasting is the microclimates we have in southern Idaho.
Wind is the large-scale flow of gas. Short gusts of fast wind are called gusts. Strong winds of medium duration (about one minute) are called gusts. Long-lasting winds have several names associated with average strength, such as wind, storm, gale, and hurricane.
When I have to use the word wind to mean curve, I use convolution to avoid confusion. The winding roads were steep compared to the windy roads, so you don’t have to wonder if it was windy (too windy) or windy (that is, curves).
Adjective, I think uh, I think it is. accompanied or dragged by the wind: a windy day. exposed or windswept: a windswept hill. consistent or wind-like: a windy activity.
1: Material (e.g. a thread) wrapped around an object (e.g. an anchor) or even wrapped: a single turn of the wrapped material. 2a: The action of those who turn around. b: how to pack something. 3: a course, a line, or a winding or winding advance. Winding.
The name Windy is an English female proper name meaning wind. And her sisters Stormy and Sunny.
A particularly natural flow of air that moves along or parallel to the ground and changes from a high pressure area to a low pressure area. Surface wind is measured with anemometers or its effect on objects such as trees.
The literal meaning of the verb relax is exactly what it sounds like: the opposite of wind or fold. But when someone tells them to relax, they want to relax.
Type: sky, breeze, light breeze, zephyr.
synonyms of vast and stormy seas: angry, angry, angry, stormy, savage. (of the elements) as if displaying violent rage. wavy, wavy, wavy. characterized by large waves or swell spikes.
Wind. When the wind rhymes with laughter, it suggests the air moving like a breeze or the air filling the sails of a boat. When the wind rhymes with friendly, it is to be turned, as in a twisted gaze. There are many ways to spin: you can wrap a ball of yarn, twist it to swing it or spin it at home.
Synonyms: zephyr, sky, light storm, moderate wind, light breeze. Brise (n.) Synonyms: quarrel, riot, riot, noise, riot, riot, riot, excitement.