wind machine


Also found in: Wikipedia.

wind machine

(wɪnd)
n
(Theatre) a machine used, esp in the theatre, to produce wind or the sound of wind
Translations

wind machine

nWindmaschine f
Mentioned in ?
References in periodicals archive ?
After the successful one-off reunion in the summer - fantastic until it got a bit petrolheady and they invited Clarkson then Lewis Hamilton on for the last half hour - Chris Evans returns with the same mix of guests, music and wind machine.
Installations built for an outdoor presentation are made of sturdier materials than are those built for indoor exhibition and do not use the wind machine because the grass blades and mosquitoes are naturally exposed to wind and weather.
The couple's showdance - which featured a wind machine - was "like watching a contemporary ballet", according to retired ballerina Bussell, while Len Goodman said: "You don't need wind machines, you've got huge fans up here.
Yes there was a lot of prancing around in thighhigh boots and a very impressive wind machine that kept her hair flowing.
The turbine model proposed is the 500kW direct wind machine by Dutch manufacturer EWT.
Cue thousands of excitable pre-teens frantically pressing pause on their Sky+ as Harry's locks get fluffed up by a wind machine.
On this Saturday, plus Saturday, August 24, the public will have 30 seconds to battle inside the Cash Grabber against the wind machine to take home as many top-prize tokens as possible.
Even with the slight hold up, the always fierce diva kept right on singing -- as Julius and the rest of her court attempted to loosen the hair from her usually compliant wind machine.
Anyway, I hear Aldo used a wind machine to make sure the original dive was postponed.
The curvaceous reality TV star stands with her long dark hair blowing in front of a wind machine as stylist Charlene Roxborough adjusts her costume, the Daily Mail reported.
With various studies have been conducted in the price of wind energy, shows that although the cost of wind machine with a large and increasing their estimate of the increase, but the price per kW of energy falls.
The money floats around in the box, blown in the air by a wind machine.