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ventoso in English:

1. breezy breezy

The night was breezy but clear, and a bit cool. And what better place than a park for such breezy commerce? And she had the breezy manner you'd need to do her job.
Days are breezy and very warm.

English word "ventoso"(breezy) occurs in sets:

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2. windy

You shouldn't leave the house on such a windy day.
It's windy.
One day we went on a boat trip but it was not very pleasant because it was too windy and the sea was rough.
It was very windy that day, and I had my umbrella blown inside out.
Any man wearing a toupee fears a windy day.
OK, as long as it doesn't get windy.
It was cold, and, in addition, it was windy.
It is apt to get either cloudy or windy when the cherry-blossoms are in full bloom.
The wild and windy night that the rain washed away.
It is windy today, so it would be difficult to go by ferry.
It was windy and wet in September.
On such a windy day it's better to stay home.
The night was cold and windy.
There is very windy outside, be careful!
It’s not too windy outside, there’s a pleasant breeze.

English word "ventoso"(windy) occurs in sets:

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