English to Vietnamese Meaning :: gust

Gust :
cơn gió mạnh
cơn gió mạnh, luồng gió mạnh, trận gió thổi thình lình - cơn gió mạnhcơn gió mạnhgustedgustilygiậtcơncơn gió
 
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(1) A strong gust of wind blew a small cloud of dirt into their air, and she shielded her eyes.(2) A gust of laughter came from the audience(3) My companion boldly opened a door in the opposite wall while I hid behind him, and a gust of fog rolled out.(4) And is there not a gust of impatience with the congregation to be detected behind the ÔÇÿordinary kind of guy prime ministerÔÇÖ act?(5) All of a sudden the sky went from red to black and a strong gust of wind estimated at about 100 knots blew fist-sized embers into the yard, setting it ablaze.(6) He turned on the heat as high as it would go, and an alarming gust of hot air burst through the broken vents.(7) It's the same as stepping into a foyer of a building and feeling the gust of air-conditioning when you open the door.(8) Apart from the slap of a ball hitting a receiver's gloves and an occasional gust of laughter, there was barely a sound.(9) It's an idea she greets with a huge gust of approving Chicagoan laughter.(10) A gust of relatively cool air greeted her, and she inhaled deeply of the scent of the trees and the earth.(11) A strong gust of wind came out of nowhere and the fire went out.(12) The soccer player let out an explosive gust of air and hurled the ball at the ceiling again.(13) An unusual feature of the month was the frequency of strong winds, with gale gusts recorded at most stations.(14) Part of the roof of the mill in Ballisodare fell off in the gale force winds which gusted up to 70 mph.(15) The strongest gusts recorded in Great Britain during the storm were 115 mph at Shoreham, 108 mph at Dover and 106 mph at Ashford in Kent.(16) Sudden gusts of drama like this add boldness to Taylor's mainly lyrical choreography.
Related Words
(1) gust of wind ::
cơn gió
(2) wind gust ::
cơn gió mạnh
Synonyms
Noun
1. flurry ::
trận mưa rào
2. blast ::
vụ nổ
3. puff ::
phun
4. blow ::
thổi
5. rush ::
vội vàng
6. squall ::
sự kêu thét lên
Verb
7. blow ::
thổi
8. bluster ::
thổi từng cơn
9. flurry ::
trận mưa rào
10. roar ::
kêu la
Different Forms
gust, gusted, gustily, gusting, gusts, gusty
English to Vietnamese Dictionary: gust

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