Definition of wind gauge in English:

wind gauge

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Pronunciation: /ˈwɪndɡeɪʤ
 
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noun

  • An anemometer.
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    • Back on the bridge of Gemini Storm, George and I watched as the digital wind gauge increased to 14 knots.
    • She finished second in the race overall in a time of 12.5 seconds - but her record may not be ratified because the wind gauge was not working.
    • His outdoor best at the AAA Champs would also have been a national record but for the lack of a functioning wind gauge at Manchester.

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