English translation of 'courant d’air'
draught (Brit) ⧫ draft (USA)
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'courant d’air' in Other Languages
British English: draught /drɑːft/ NOUN
A draught is an unwelcome current of air coming into a room or vehicle.
You need fresh air but obviously don't want to be in a draught.
- American English: draft current of air
- Arabic: تَيَّارٌ هَوَائِيّ
- Brazilian Portuguese: corrente de ar
- Chinese: 穿堂风
- Croatian: propuh
- Czech: průvan
- Danish: træk
- Dutch: tocht binnenkomende lucht
- European Spanish: corriente de aire
- Finnish: viima
- French: courant d’air
- German: Luftzug
- Greek: ρεύμα αέρας
- Italian: corrente d'aria
- Japanese: 隙間風
- Korean: 외풍
- Norwegian: trekk
- Polish: przeciąg
- European Portuguese: corrente de ar
- Romanian: curent
- Russian: сквозняк
- Spanish: corriente
- Swedish: drag luftdrag
- Thai: กระแสลม
- Turkish: cereyan
- Ukrainian: протяг
- Vietnamese: gió lùa
Translation of courant d’air from the Collins French to English Dictionary
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