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NOUN   a trade wind | trade winds
SYNO trade | trade wind
pasat {m} [wiatr]
trade wind
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Translation for 'trade wind' from English to Polish

trade wind
pasat {m} [wiatr]meteo.
Usage Examples English
  • The city is situated on the Tropic of Capricorn and lies within the southeast trade wind belt, too far south to experience regular north west monsoonal influence, and too far north to gain much influence from cold fronts sweeping in from the Southern Ocean.
  • The trade wind blows more or less along the length of the island.
  • The central mountains catch the moisture from the trade wind clouds and yield a dense jungle climate in the cooler air, which contrasts with the warmer, sun-baked cliffs near sea level.
  • An exception to the normal pattern is the occasional winter “Kona storms” which bring rainfall to the South and West areas accompanied by high southwesterly winds (opposite of the prevailing trade wind direction).
  • As the trade winds are almost permanent and cyclones are not rare in Nukuʻalofa, the climate is not equatorial but maritime trade-wind tropical climate.
  • Limón features a trade-wind tropical rainforest climate ("Af") under Köppen's climate classification.
  • By 1900 most commercial sailing vessels were struggling to turn a profit in the face of competition from more modern steam ships which had become efficient enough to steam shorter great circle routes between ports instead of the longer trade wind routes used by sailing ships.
  • It is characterized by the dry and dusty northeasterly trade wind, of the same name, which blows from the Sahara over West Africa into the Gulf of Guinea.
  • The Volkswagen Passat is a series of large family cars built since 1973 named after the German word for "trade wind".
  • As the trade winds are almost permanent and tropical cyclones are not rare in Port Vila and Vanuatu, the climate is not equatorial but a maritime trade-wind tropical climate.
  • The sea-level pressure and trade wind strength in the tropical Atlantic were reported to be above normal, while sea surface temperature anomalies were on a decreasing trend.
  • Area has a relatively rare tropical monsoon climate, occasionally also known as a tropical wet climate or tropical monsoon and trade-wind littoral climate.
  • When the trade winds dominate most of the year, the climate is a tropical trade-wind rainforest climate.
  • The TOGA program directly resulted in improved theoretical understanding of the ENSO cycle, including interactions between trade wind variations and sea surface temperature.
  • Essaouira is also renowned for its kitesurfing and windsurfing, with the powerful trade wind blowing almost constantly onto the protected, almost waveless, bay.
  • The show's theme tune was "Trade Wind Hornpipe" written and performed by Tommy Reilly on a Barry Music compilation of short interlude pieces published in 1958 on BMC118.
  • the Volkswagen Passat (after the German word for trade wind), Volkswagen Bora (after bora), and Volkswagen Scirocco (after sirocco).
  • There is a drier period from February to April, but the trade winds ensure that unlike the Pacific coast of Nicaragua, rain still falls frequently during this period.
  • She then took part in the Atlantic Trade Wind Experiment, with survey ships from West Germany and the US; this consisted of a 15-day drift, with engines stopped, from a position some [...] west of Cape Verde Islands.
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Contains translations by TU Chemnitz and Mr Honey's Business Dictionary (German-English only).
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