Definition of windblown in English:

windblown

Line breaks: wind|blown
Pronunciation: /ˈwɪndbləʊn
 
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adjective

1Carried or driven by the wind: windblown sand windblown pollution
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  • Small beets are in danger of damage from wind-blown soil particle erosion.
  • They may arise from dormant seeds, or colonise by windblown seeds.
  • Surface skimmers can be fitted to remove wind-blown debris.
1.1Exposed to or affected by the wind: the coastline is rugged and windblown her windblown hair
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  • Despite the bitterly cold weather on Nov. 28, activists gathered on the wind-blown bridge for over an hour.
  • The mantis will often slowly undulate, which is thought to mimic wind-blown foliage.
  • The second site looked at the restocking of a windblown area.

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