Definition of tramontane in English:
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1 another term for tramontana.
- In France, 2,741 acres of woodland near Perpignan were reduced to ashes in a blaze fanned by a tramontane wind gusting up to 80 mph.
- Wind is common throughout the growing season, with the tramontane bringing cool air from the mountains.
- The weather is fine over the entire Mediterranean coast, but the tramontane is blowing over the coast of Languedoc.
Definition of tramontane in:
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