Translation of gusty in Spanish:

gusty

Pronunciation: /ˈgʌsti/

adj (-tier, -tiest)

  • [wind] racheado; [weather/day] ventoso
    More example sentences
    • Accuracy testing was complicated by the heavy trigger pull, substantial recoil and a strong, gusty wind blowing from right to left.
    • Yesterday it was gusty, today it blew all the time.
    • The wind was gusty yesterday, kicking up a lot of dust.

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