windy [adjective]

With a lot of wind

US /ˈwɪn.di/ 
UK /ˈwɪn.di/ 

پرباد، طوفانی


When they arrived the whether was windy.

زمانی که آنها رسیدند هوا طوفانی بود.

Oxford Essential Dictionary


 adjective (windier, windiest)
with a lot of wind:
It's very windy today!

Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English


windy S3 /ˈwɪndi/ BrE AmE (comparative windier, superlative windiest) adjective
1. if it is windy, there is a lot of wind:
It’s too windy for a picnic.
a cold, windy day
a windy hillside
2. windy talk is full of words that sound impressive but do not mean much:
politicians’ windy generalizations
• • •
windy if it is windy, there is a lot of wind: It's too windy for a picnic. | a windy day in October
blustery blustery weather is very windy, with sudden strong winds: a cold and blustery day
breezy if the weather is breezy, the wind blows fairly strongly: a sunny but breezy day in springtime
blowy informal windy: It's a bit blowy out there. | The day was grey and cold and blowy.
stormy if the weather is stormy, there are strong winds, heavy rain, and dark clouds: The sky was starting to look stormy. | a period of stormy weather
windswept a windswept place is often windy because there are not many trees or buildings to protect it: The beach was cold and windswept. | Thousands of the birds live on the windswept islands off the north coast of Scotland.

Oxford Advanced Learner's Dictionary


windy [windy windier windiest]   [ˈwɪndi]    [ˈwɪndi]  adjective (wind·ier, windi·est)
1. (of weather, etc.) with a lot of wind
a windy day
• It's too windy to go out in the boat.

Opp:  windless

2. (of a place) getting a lot of wind

• windy hills

3. (informal, disapproving) (of speech) involving speaking for longer than necessary and in a way that is complicated and not clear 
Word Origin:
Old English windig (see wind1, -y).  
Example Bank:
• It's getting very windy.

• a wet and windy day

Cambridge Advanced Learner's Dictionary

Cambridge Advanced Learner's Dictionary - 4th Edition

windy / ˈwɪn.di / adjective

A2 with a lot of wind:

It was a windy night.

It was wet and windy for most of the week.

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Collins COBUILD Advanced Learner’s English Dictionary


(windier, windiest)

If it is windy, the wind is blowing a lot.
It was windy and Jake felt cold.


Merriam-Webster's Advanced Learner's Dictionary

Merriam-Webster's Advanced Learner's Dictionary: 


windy /ˈwɪndi/ adj wind·i·er; -est
1 : having a lot of wind
• It's a windy day.
• It's windy outside.
• a windy part of the country
2 : using too many words
• He gave a long, windy speech.
• a windy politician

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