- wind chill
: the cooling effect of moving air on a body expressed as the amount of heat lost per unit area per unit of time and taking into account both temperature and wind speed
* * *wind chill noun1. The cooling effect that wind has as it blows on a surface2. The combined chilling effect esp on a human body of low temperature, wind speed and relative humidity• • •Main Entry: ↑wind
* * *wind chill UK [ˈwɪnd ˌtʃɪl] US noun [uncountable]the fact that the wind makes the air temperature feel colderThesaurus: cold weather and periods of cold weathersynonym describing and measuring the windhyponym frost, icy weather and freezingsynonym
* * *wind chill, or wind|chill «WIHND CHIHL», noun.the combined cooling effect on the human body of air temperature and wind speed. If the air temperature is 10 °F and the wind speed is 10 mph, the estimated wind chill is ―9°F.
* * *wind chill [wind chill] [ˈwɪnd tʃɪl] [ˈwɪnd tʃɪl] noun uncountablethe effect of low temperature combined with wind on sb/sth
Take thewind-chill factor
Useful english dictionary. 2012.