English version

stiff wind/breeze

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishstiff wind/breezestiff wind/breezeHEMa fairly strong wind etc stiff
Examples from the Corpus
stiff wind/breezePut in on a shoe and it will wipe off in a stiff breeze.The mastheads of beached yachts tinkled in a stiff breeze.The skill is running down the beach with all your equipment often in a stiff breeze.The next day was bright and cold, with a stiff breeze blowing straight down the field.A stiff breeze riffles the brush.A stiff breeze shoves broken clouds across the moon.Daylight broke, a stiff breeze struck up and the sky clouded over.Within minutes a stiff wind was blowing over the harbor.
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