occlusion noun (WEATHER) translate to Traditional Chinese
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occlusion

noun [C] (WEATHER)
天氣
 
 
/əˈklʊː.ʒən/ ( also occluded front) specialized
a situation in the weather when two masses of air meet, especially when a band of cold air reaches warm air ahead of it and pushes it up
囚錮鋒(兩個鋒面相遇而形成的鋒面,尤指冷空氣將其前面的暖空氣抬高而形成的鋒面)
Weather and climate - general words
(Definition of occlusion noun (WEATHER) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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