Definition of strong breeze in English:

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noun

  • A wind of force 6 on the Beaufort scale (22-27 knots or 40-50 km/h).
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    • Consequently the two divisions found it hard going on a day when the sun shone and a strong breeze blew for most of the round.
    • The game was played in dreadful conditions with a strong breeze driving the heavy rain into the Keane's Road goal.
    • A large crowd was in attendance despite the strong breeze but thankfully the rain stayed away.

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