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climes

noun [plural] uk   /klaɪmz/ literary us  
a place where the weather is different in a particular way: We're off to sunnier climes next week.
Translations of “climes”
in Chinese (Traditional) (具有某種氣候的)地區,地帶, 氣候帶…
in Chinese (Simplified) (具有某种气候的)地区,地带, 气候带…
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