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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.
Translations of “seasonal”
in Korean 계절적인…
in Arabic مَوسمي…
in Portuguese sazonal…
in Catalan de temporada…
in Japanese 季節の, 旬の…
in Italian stagionale, di stagione…
in Chinese (Traditional) 季節的, 季節性的…
in Russian сезонный…
in Turkish mevsimlik…
in Chinese (Simplified) 季节的, 季节性的…
in Polish sezonowy…
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