Definición de willy-willy en inglés:


Saltos de línea: willy-willy
Pronunciación: /ˈwɪlɪwɪli

sustantivo (plural willy-willies)

A whirlwind or dust storm.
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • Later on as the willy-willy gallops across the country, whirling a column of dust, trees lash their branches to warn man of the oncoming storm.
  • Hurricanes are called typhoons when occurring in the Pacific Ocean and willy-willies in Australia.
  • Often the topsoil was easy to see because it was blowing around in the air, in willy-willies like mini-tornadoes.


from Yindjibarndi (an Aboriginal language of western Australia) or Wemba-wemba (an Aboriginal language of SE Australia).