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meltemi

Saltos de línea: mel|temi
Pronunciación: /mɛlˈtɛmi
 
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(also meltemi wind)

Definición de meltemi en inglés:

sustantivo

A dry north-westerly wind which blows during the summer in the eastern Mediterranean.
Example sentences
  • The meltemi winds are known by old Greeks as the Etesian northern winds and are not viewed in a bad way as they bring cooler weather, low humidity and good visibility.
  • The legendary meltemi winds are so sudden and so strong that they play havoc with ferry schedules to the islands, so you can imagine what they do to a tiny rowing shell.
  • As the day has progressed the meltemi winds have been reducing and as of 14.00 EST there was a strong tail wind coming directly down the 2000 metre course from the north.

Origen

from modern Greek meltémi, Turkish meltem.

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