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gale British & World English

A very strong wind

fresh gale in gale British & World English

(On the Beaufort scale) a wind of force 8 (34-40 knots or 63-74 km/h)

near gale British & World English

A wind of force 7 on the Beaufort scale (28-33 knots or 51-62 km/h)

Sayers, Gale British & World English

(1943-), US football player; full name Gale Eugene Sayers. Named rookie of the year in 1965, he went on to break touchdown records during his playing career 1965–71 with the Chicago Bears. Football Hall of Fame (1977)

sweet gale British & World English

another term for bog myrtle.

strong gale British & World English

A wind of force 9 on the Beaufort scale (41-47 knots or 75-87 km/h)

moderate gale British & World English

another term for near gale.

Myrica gale in bog myrtle British & World English

A deciduous shrub of boggy places, with short upright catkins and aromatic grey-green leaves with insecticidal properties

Gale Eugene Sayers in Sayers, Gale British & World English

(1943-), US football player; full name Gale Eugene Sayers. Named rookie of the year in 1965, he went on to break touchdown records during his playing career 1965–71 with the Chicago Bears. Football Hall of Fame (1977)

gale English Thesaurus

the church spire was blown down during a gale

gale-force winds in gale English-Spanish

vientoscon una velocidad de entre cincuenta y ciento dos kilómetros por hora

a force eight gale in force English-Spanish

vientos de fuerza ocho

a force nine gale in gale English-Spanish

vientos de fuerza nueve

it's blowing a gale outside in gale English-Spanish

hay un viento afuera que te vuelas

the gale raged on unabated in unabated English-Spanish

el temporal continuaba con toda su furia