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Dictionary Norwegian English: wind

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NOUN   a wind | winds
VERB  to wind | wound | wound ... 
SYNO   breaking wind | fart | farting ... 
å spole noeto wind sth.
meteo. vind {m}
2 Words: Verbs
Unverified å fise [uform.]to pass wind
Unverified å fjerte [uform.]to pass wind
Unverified å prompe [uform.]to pass wind
Unverified å slippe ei bønneto pass wind
å plage noento wind sb. up [Br.] [coll.]
å spøke med noento wind sb. up [Br.] [coll.]
Unverified å ende oppto wind up
Unverified å ankommeto wind up [to arrive]
Unverified å øketo wind up [to increase]
Unverified å strammeto wind up [to tighten]
Unverified å skru opp noeto wind up sth. [to increase]
2 Words: Nouns
meteo. østavind {m}east wind
motvind {m}head wind
nordavind {m}north wind
meteo. pålandsvind {m}onshore wind
meteo. havvind {m}sea wind
astron. solvind {m}solar wind
sønnavind {m}south wind
medvind {m}tail wind
meteo. naut. passatvind {m}trade wind
meteo. vestavind {m}westerly wind
vindpark {m}wind farm
mus. blåseinstrument {n}wind instrument
elektr. vindkraft {m/f}wind power
meteo. vindhastighet {m/f}wind speed
tek. vindtunnel {m}wind tunnel
elektr. vindmølle {m/f} [nyere]wind turbine
vindturbin {m}wind turbine
3 Words: Nouns
meteo. vindkast {n}gust (of wind)
Fiction (Literature and Film)
film F Urent farvannReap the Wild Wind [Cecil B. DeMille]
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