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Translation of "weather" - English-Mandarin Chinese dictionary

weather

noun [U]
 
 
/ˈweð.ər/ US  //
the conditions in the air above the Earth such as wind, rain or temperature, especially at a particular time over a particular area
天气;气象
bad/good/cold/dry/hot/stormy/warm/wet/etc. weather
坏/好/冷的/干燥的/炎热的/暴风雨/温暖的/潮湿的天气等
The weather in the hills can change very quickly, so take suitable clothing.
山里的天气瞬息万变,所以要带上合适的衣服。
We're going to have a picnic, weather permitting (= if the weather is good enough).
如果天气好的话,我们打算去野餐。
Weather and climate - general words
Translations of “weather”
in Arabic طَقْس…
in Korean 날씨…
in Malaysian cuaca…
in French temps, météo…
in Turkish hava, hava durumu…
in Italian tempo, clima…
in Chinese (Traditional) 天氣, 氣象…
in Russian погода…
in Polish pogoda…
in Vietnamese thời tiết…
in Spanish tiempo, clima…
in Portuguese tempo, clima…
in Thai สภาพอากาศ…
in German das Wetter, Wetter-……
in Catalan temps, clima…
in Japanese 天気…
in Indonesian cuaca…
(Definition of weather noun from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Simplified) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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