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"Windy" is an adjective which is often translated as "ventoso", and "snowy" is an adjective which is often translated as "nevado". Learn more about the difference between "windy" and "snowy" below.
windy(
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An adjective is a word that describes a noun (e.g. the big dog).
1. (weather)
a. ventoso (day)
It's going to be wet and windy this weekend.Este fin de semana va a ser lluvioso y ventoso.
b. expuesto al viento (place)
My balcony on the 22nd floor is very windy.Mi balcón en el piso 22 está muy expuesto al viento.
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snowy(
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An adjective is a word that describes a noun (e.g. the big dog).
1. (covered in snow)
a. nevado
The cottage in the snowy forest looks like a fairy tale.La cabaña en el bosque nevado parece un cuento de hadas.
b. cubierto de nieve
We took many pictures of the snowy mountains.Tomamos muchas fotos de las montañas cubiertas de nieve.
2. (weather)
a. nevoso
According to the forecast, tomorrow will be snowy.De acuerdo con el pronóstico, mañana será nevoso.
b. de nieve (day)
We prefer to stay home on snowy days.Preferimos quedarnos en casa en los días de nieve.
3. (color)
a. blanco como la nieve
Her snowy hair revealed her old age.Su cabello blanco como la nieve revelaba su avanzada edad.
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