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winter

noun [C or U]     /ˈwɪn.tər/ US  /-t̬ɚ/
the season between autumn and spring, lasting from November to March north of the equator and from May to September south of the equator, when the weather is coldest 冬季,冬天 Last winter we went skiing. 去年冬天我们去滑雪了。 It's been a surprisingly mild winter. 今年冬天暖和得出奇。 I think you tend to eat more in the winter. 我想你在冬天可能会吃得更多。 The seasons
Translations of “winter”
in Arabic شِتاء…
in Korean 겨울…
in Malaysian musim sejuk, musim salji…
in French (d’)hiver…
in Turkish kış, kış mevsimi…
in Italian inverno…
in Chinese (Traditional) 冬季,冬天…
in Russian зима…
in Polish zima…
in Vietnamese mùa đông…
in Spanish invierno…
in Portuguese inverno…
in Thai ฤดูหนาว…
in German der Winter, Winter-……
in Catalan hivern…
in Japanese 冬…
in Indonesian musim dingin…
(Definition of winter noun from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Simplified) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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