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wind tee

[ wind ]
/ wɪnd /
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noun

a large, T-shaped weather vane on or near an airfield.

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Also called air tee, landing tee.

Origin of wind tee

An Americanism dating back to 1930–35
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wind tee
/ (wɪnd) /

noun

a large weather vane shaped like a T, located at an airfield to indicate the wind direction
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