Describe the trade winds, westerly winds and monsoons. Indicate areas of the world where these winds dominate

Passat – wind, conducive to moving, movement; the wind blowing between the tropics year-round, in the Northern Hemisphere from the north-east, in the South – from the south-east direction, separating from each other by a windless strip.
Temperate westerly winds are prevailing winds blowing in the temperate zone between approximately 35 and 65 degrees north and south, from the subtropical ridge to the polar front, part of the global atmospheric circulation processes and the surface of the Ferrel cell.
Monsoon – steady winds, periodically changing their direction; in summer they blow from the ocean, in winter – from land; peculiar to tropical regions and some coastal countries of the temperate zone (Far East)

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