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English definition of “seasonal”

seasonal

adjective
 
 
/ˈsiːzənəl/
relating to, available, or happening during a particular period of the year: a seasonal employee/worker a seasonal business/job seasonal demand/employment/work seasonal crops/fruit/products Chefs are recruited on a seasonal basis.
seasonal adjustment/change/variation ECONOMICS a change made to figures or other data in order to remove the effect of things that only happen at particular times of year: Construction employment, which had been surprisingly strong since the beginning of the year, fell by 65,000 after seasonal adjustment. The figures are adjusted for seasonal changes.
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