English version

wind chill

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishwind chillwind chill /ˈwɪnd tʃɪl/ noun [uncountable] technical  the cooling effect of the wind It must have been minus 5 with the wind chill factor.
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wind chillThe Masters invariably coincides with a wind chill factor in this country.Cold gusts dropped the wind chill into the low 40s and played havoc with final-round scores in the highest-scoring Nissan since 1984.When the breezes started in earnest around 11, reports of the wind chill factor had us at minus-17.The wind howls through the trees, the wind chill temperature must be low, and I have no clothes on.wind chill factorThe Masters invariably coincides with a wind chill factor in this country.When the breezes started in earnest around 11, reports of the wind chill factor had us at minus-17.
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