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Wind in Spanish 🇪🇸

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

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normal speech: VYEHN-toh
IPA: ˈbjento

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Other Meanings

“Viento” can also refer to the act of playing a wind instrument.

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Do Not Confuse With

“Vientre” (belly)

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Variations by Country

In Argentina, “viento Zonda” refers to a hot, dry wind that blows from the Andes mountains.

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“Viento” sounds like “wind,” which can help learners remember the meaning.

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“Echar al viento” – to throw away or forget something; “Viento en popa” – to be going well or smoothly

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Latin “ventus”

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viento info.

Tips to remember “viento”:
– Associate “viento” with “ventilation” because they both relate to air movement.
– Think of “vent” as the root, which is used in English for air outlets and relates to the movement or flow of air, similar to “viento.”

– “Viento” is a masculine noun in Spanish that refers to the natural movement of the air, particularly one of noticeable strength.

Other words that mean the same thing:
– “Brisa” (breeze): A gentle wind.
– “Ráfaga” (gust): A short, strong burst of wind.

Alternate meanings/slang:
– “Viento” does not typically have a slang meaning associated with it.

Examples of sentences that use “viento”:
– “El viento sopla fuerte hoy.” (The wind is blowing hard today.)
– “Podemos aprovechar el viento para volar cometas.” (We can take advantage of the wind to fly kites.)
– “Las hojas se agitan con el viento.” (The leaves rustle in the wind.)
– “El viento del norte trae frío.” (The north wind brings cold weather.)
– “La veleta gira según la dirección del viento.” (The weather vane turns according to the wind’s direction.)

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