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 Translation for 'wind turbine' from English to Russian
NOUN   a wind turbine | wind turbines
электр.
ветрогенератор {м}
wind turbine
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ветер {м}wind
5
метео.
береговой ветер {м}
offshore wind
unverified
метео.
морской ветер {м}
onshore wind
метео.
пронизывающий ветер {м}
biting wind
метео.
пронизывающий ветер {м}
nipping wind
муз.
духовой инструмент {м}
wind instrument
астрон.
солнечный ветер {м}
solar wind
дыхание {с}wind [esp. Br.] [breath]
закончить что-л. [сов.]to wind sth. up [bring to an end]
наматывать на [+akk.] [несов.]to wind round [roll, thread, rope etc.]
фильмF
Ветер и лев [Джон Милиус]
The Wind and the Lion [John Milius]
послов.
Кто сеет ветер, пожнёт бурю.
They that sow the wind shall reap the whirlwind.
фильмF
Унесённые ветром
Gone with the Wind [novel: Margaret Mitchell, film: Victor Fleming]
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Usage Examples English
  • Also in 2002, GE Wind Energy was formed when GE bought the wind turbine manufacturing assets of Enron Wind after the Enron scandals.
  • Gadolinium barium copper oxide (GdBCO) has been researched for its superconducting properties with applications in superconducting motors or generators - for example in a wind turbine.
  • As of November 2007, construction was completed on Acciona Energía's wind turbine generator engineering and assembly plant, the first in North America.
  • Wind Colebrook was a proposal to build the state's first utility scale wind turbine project, for which permitting was ultimately denied.
  • Brighton is the home of two Vestas manufacturing plants, a wind turbine blade factory and a nacelle manufacturing plant.

  • On November 29, 2011, the Inland Empire Utilities Agency installed the first wind turbine in Rancho Cucamonga.
  • A post office has been in operation at Prairie Grove since 1867. Prairie Grove was platted in 1877. A 100-foot wind turbine near Prairie Grove was installed in the early 2000s.
  • A small wind turbine provides power and hot water to the village office, but it is not connected to the power grid.
  • Germany's first wind park was opened 1987 in Kaiser-Wilhelm-Koog, the experimental GROWIAN ("Große Windkraftanlage" – big wind turbine) stood there from 1983 to 1987.
  • In recent decades, declines in the shipment of coal and iron ore have been met by increases in the shipment of wind turbine components and multimodal shipping containers.

  • For the ongoing energy transition, many wind turbine components and solar panels are being mass-produced. Wind turbines and solar panels are being used in respectively wind farms and solar farms.
  • Renewable energy technologies are also an increasing economic sector (wind turbine manufacturing and generation) and neighboring Sarriguren is the seat of the Siemens Gamesa Renewable Energy, National Centre for Renewable Energies (CENER) and of Acciona Energía.
  • As so, at the island, Lolland, in Denmark, 250 tonnes of fiberglass from wind turbine waste also pours up on a landfill at Gerringe in the middle of Lolland in 2020.
  • Experimental lidar systems can be mounted on the nacelle of a wind turbine or integrated into the rotating spinner to measure oncoming horizontal winds, winds in the wake of the wind turbine, and proactively adjust blades to protect components and increase power.
  • This combination of features means that they achieve high levels of data availability and are well suited to wind turbine control and to other uses that require small robust sensors such as battlefield meteorology.

  • Examples alleged by the journalists include the gear-less wind turbine technology designed by the German firm Enercon and the speech technology developed by the Belgian firm Lernout & Hauspie.
  • The potential installation of wind turbines at the mouth of the Mississippi River is also being considered.
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