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nuclear winter

noun [C usually singular]     specialized
a period that scientists believe would follow a large nuclear explosion, when there would be very little light or heat and nothing would grow in the world 核冬季(科学家假设的在巨大核爆炸后一段寒冷黑暗,生物死绝的时期) Environmental issuesRubbish and wasteProtection and protectorsColdSnow and ice
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