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Wind in French 🇫🇷

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How to say “wind” in French? “Vent”. Here you will learn how to pronounce “vent” correctly and in the comments below you will be able to get all sorts of advice on wind in French like tips & tricks to remember it, questions, explanations and more.

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Tips to remember the French word ‘vent’:

1. Connect ‘vent’ with the English word ‘ventilate’, as they both relate to air movement.
2. Think of the ‘vent’ as the ‘wind’ that enters an air vent.
3. Remember the phrase “Le vent souffle” (“The wind blows”) where ‘vent’ sounds like ‘vent’ in English.


‘Vent’ in French means ‘wind’. It refers to the natural movement of the air, particularly outside. It’s a masculine noun, so it’s ‘le vent’ for ‘the wind’.

Other words that mean the same thing:

1. ‘Brisa’ (Spanish for ‘breeze’).
2. ‘Vento’ (Italian and Portuguese for ‘wind’).
3. ‘Wind’ (German for ‘wind’, pronounced ‘vint’).

Alternate meanings like slang:

1. ‘Vent’ can also refer to a burst of emotional expression, like letting out feelings (though more commonly expressed as ‘se défouler’ in French).
2. In French Canadian slang, ‘du vent’ can mean ‘nonsense’ or ’empty talk’.

Examples of sentences that use it:

1. Le vent souffle fort aujourd’hui. (The wind is blowing hard today.)
2. Il y a trop de vent pour sortir en bateau. (There’s too much wind to go out on the boat.)
3. Le vent d’automne apporte des feuilles mortes. (The autumn wind brings dead leaves.)
4. Ferme la fenêtre, il fait trop de vent. (Close the window; it is too windy.)
5. Dans cette histoire, il y a beaucoup de vent et peu de faits. (In this story, there is a lot of nonsense and few facts.)

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