adjective বিশেষণ পদ

Blowy meaning in assamese


  • Definition

    abounding in or exposed to the wind or breezes

    বতাহ বা বতাহৰ প্ৰচুৰতা বা বতাহৰ সংস্পৰ্শলৈ অহা

  • Example

    blowy weather

    ব্ল'ই বতৰ

  • Synonyms

    breezy (বতাহৰ দৰে)

    windy (বতাহ থকা)

adjective বিশেষণ পদ

Blowy meaning in assamese


  • Definitions

    1. Windy or breezy.

    বতাহ বা বতাহজাক।

  • Examples:
    1. All my doors open! this blowy night! reminds me of the Lisbon earthquake; but my storm-cap has protected me.

    2. Equally almost traditional is that this is the blowiest leg of the regatta.

    3. Why can’t you stay in when the weather is muddy and blowy?

    4. one blowy July afternoon, as they were going up for a potato-roast, they saw somebody moving among the trees.

    5. … This ship is nice, with our heels hitting the deck together. This is the blowy corner and each time we turn it I slant forward against the wind and pull my coat together without losing step with Dick.

  • 2. Billowy, blowing or waving in the wind.

    ঢৌৱা, বতাহত উৰি থকা বা লৰচৰ কৰা।

  • Examples:
    1. A panoramic view of all the lives ruined by the financial markets, from the midlevel banker just trying to meet her monthly quota to the overly loyal gangster who doesn’t realize that loud, blowy Hawaiian shirts are the opposite of subtle.

    2. I remember now. You had the sun behind you, filtering through your amazing blowy hair, red hair

  • 3. Susceptible to drifting.

    ড্ৰিফ্টিঙৰ প্ৰতি সহজলভ্য।

  • Examples:
    1. And fall plowing except on blowy soils also will be good for the spring sown crops.

    2. Some farmers, however, quit raising cowpeas on blowy land, because they claimed it aggravated drifting.