tywydd, dywydd, thywydd, hin, hinoedd, nhywyddhindreulio, hindreuliasant, hindreulia, hindreulia’, hindreuliaf, hindreuliai, hindreuliais, hindreuliaist, hindreulian, hindreuliant, hindreuliasai, hindreuliych, hindreuli, hindreuliasem, hindreuliasent, hindreuliasid, hindreuliasit, hindreuliasoch, hindreuliasom, hindreuliaswn, hindreulid, hindreuliech, hindreulied, hindreuliodd, hindreuliem, hindreulien, hindreulient, hindreulier, hindreulies, hindreuliest, hindreuliet, hindreuliff, hindreulioch, hindreuliasech, hindreuliom, hindreulion, hindreuliont, hindreulir, hindreulith, hindreuliwch, hindreuliwn, hindreuliwyd, hindreuliwyfhindreulio
Noun(1) the atmospheric conditions that comprise the state of the atmosphere in terms of temperature and wind and clouds and precipitation
Verb(1) face and withstand with courage(2) cause to slope(3) sail to the windward of(4) change under the action or influence of the weather
Adjective(1) towards the side exposed to wind
(1) We shelter from the weather under a clump of trees.(2) Due to the bad weather , torrential rain and wind, the game was halted after the first half.(3) What's the weather like where you are?(4) We need some rain though and dry weather has been forecast up to Thursday.(5) This work will be carried out in the near future weather permitting.(6) this year has tested industry's ability to weather recession(7) Suffice it to say, different minerals weather and grow at different rates within higher organisms, just as they do in the ambient environment.(8) As carbonate rocks weather , the insoluble fractions are introduced into the cave deposits.(9) The forecast is for brighter weather after days of rain.(10) The ship could not weather the Cape Jackson point and was gradually driven on the lee shore.(11) The cold weather has been suddenly replaced by warm humid conditions.(12) The launch had twice been postponed due to bad weather .(13) the ice sheet preserves specimens that would weather away more quickly in other regions(14) the weather side of the yacht(15) Another option to consider is to allow the wood to weather naturally.(16) The Met Office has predicted an unsettled period of weather with rain and wind.
(1) weather forecast :: rhagolygon y tywydd
1. forecast ::
2. outlook ::
4. climate ::
5. atmospheric pressure ::
6. temperature ::
8. upwind ::
9. survive ::
10. come through ::
11. ride out ::
12. pull through ::
13. withstand ::
14. endure ::
15. rise above ::
codi'n uwch na
16. surmount ::
17. overcome ::
18. resist ::
19. brave ::
20. stick out ::
Different Formsweather, weathered, weathering, weatherization, weatherize, weatherizes, weathers
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