Difference between brouillard & brumeux?

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Difference between brouillard & brumeux?

Besides brouillard being a noun and brumeux being an adjective, how are the two different? It says in the lesson that there is no adjective for brouillard (fog), but a search on word reference shows that brumeux means foggy. How come it says there is no adjective for brouillard then?
Asked 8 months ago
AurélieKwiziq language super star

Bonjour Nignuoy !

"brumeux" means "misty"  :)

Bonne journée !

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Difference between brouillard & brumeux?

Besides brouillard being a noun and brumeux being an adjective, how are the two different? It says in the lesson that there is no adjective for brouillard (fog), but a search on word reference shows that brumeux means foggy. How come it says there is no adjective for brouillard then?

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