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NOUN   a zephyr | zephyrs
SYNO air | breeze | gentle wind | ...
Зефир {м}
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Translation for 'Zephyr' from English to Russian

Зефир {м}миф.
Usage Examples English
  • Than the sweet summer zephyr which breathes over slaves!
  • Among his celebrated works are the "Mercury" (of which he did four versions), poised on one foot, supported by a zephyr.
  • The Alpine zephyr blue ("Kretania trappi") is a species of butterfly in the family Lycaenidae.
  • A west wind can be known as a zephyr.
  • Zephyr or zephyr cloth is a sheer, lightweight cotton fabric, usually plain woven, used for dresses, blouses, and shirts. It may be striped or checked.
  • The "Mark Twain Zephyr" was an early diesel four-unit articulated zephyr train that was similar to the "Pioneer Zephyr" in style.
  • It depicts a zephyr skimming the waves, and a nude winged figure is seen kissing a zephyr recumbent on a breaking wave.
  • "Leioproctus zephyr" is a species of bee in the family Colletidae family that is native to Western Australia.
  • "Automeris zephyria", the zephyr eyed silkmoth, is a species of insect in the family Saturniidae. It is found in North America.
  • Zefir (may also be spelled "zephyr" or "zephir") is a type of soft confectionery made by whipping fruit and berry purée (mostly apple puree) with sugar and egg whites with subsequent addition of a gelling agent like pectin, carrageenan, agar, or gelatine.
  • His middle name, Tepaia, means "strong zephyr" in Rarotongan, the most widely spoken maori language on the islands.
  • On a Saturday at the end of July, four days before her wedding, she misses the steamboat from Pen-zephyr to St Mary's, and the next boat is only on Tuesday.
  • Other common names of "Z. rosea" include 'pink rain lily', 'pink fairy lily', 'pink magic lily', 'pink zephyr lily', 'rain flower', and 'rose rain lily'. and "rosafarbene" and "Windblume" in German.
  • Nissan began using the "Cefiro" nameplate - derived from the Spanish word "céfiro", meaning "zephyr" - in 1988; the nameplate was officially retired in 2012.
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