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Hi dear friends of languages,

I suppose breeze is similar to the wind in its meaning. However, it should always be less strong than the wind. Am I right? I know it is possible to say light breeze. My question is: Is it also possible to say: light wind?

Thank you for your answers Mowgli
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Breeze is itself the term for 'lighter wind'.

I know you can say ' gentle wind' but I dont think anyone says light wind.

You can also say light air, which again is breeze.

Savvy
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Hi, Mowgli,

Yes, you can say light wind. The BBI dictionary gives balmy/gentle/light wind as synonyms.

Cheers!