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viento de levante nm.
east wind

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levante

  
[1]      sm     (Geog)  
1    (=este)   east
2          viento de levante          east wind
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"viento de levante": examples and translations in context
De segundo golpe nos espera un hierro largo que puede convertirse incluso en madera de calle con viento de Levante en contra. A second stroke awaits us with a long iron that could be problematic due to the Levante wind blowing against us.
Es en esta zona donde más se aprecia la fuerza del viento de Levante, un viento de tierra que proporciona excelentes condiciones para el kitesurfing. It's here that you'll find the notorious Levante wind; a very strong inland wind that creates excellent windsurfing) and kitesurfing conditions.
Abierta al mar Mediterráneo y al océano Atlántico, la ciudad posee extensas playas donde azota el fuerte viento de levante. Open to the Mediterranean and the Atlantic, the city has vast beaches, furiously lashed by east winds.
Es un campo plano, donde las mayores dificultades para el juego vienen determinadas por el viento de levante y los obstáculos de agua en 16 de los 18 hoyos. It is a flat course, with the greatest difficulties being provided by the east wind and the water hazards at the 16th and 18th holes.
La zona de producción se caracteriza además por la sequía de sus veranos, coincidiendo con el período que trascurre entre el envero y la vendimia, y la predominancia del viento de levante, extremadamente seco y cálido. Furthermore, the production area is characterised by the dryness of its summers, coinciding with the period between ripening and the harvest, and the prevalence of the Levanter, which is extremely hot and dry.
Seguramente la más conocida sea el viento de Levante. Probably most well known, is the powerful Levante wind.
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