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tropical

adjective
 
 
/ˈtrɒp.ɪ.kəl/ US  /ˈtrɑː.pɪ-/
from or relating to the area between the two tropics
熱帶的
tropical fish
熱帶魚
a tropical island/region/climate
熱帶島嶼/地區/氣候
Leprosy is one of the few tropical diseases which could be eradicated early in the 21st century.
21世紀初有幾種熱帶病可以徹底根除,麻風病就是其中之一。
She specialises in tropical medicine (= the treatment of diseases from the tropical areas of the world).
她專門醫治熱帶病。
The Amazon river basin contains the world's largest tropical rainforest.
亞馬孫河流域有世界上最大的熱帶雨林。
The hurricane was downgraded to a tropical storm when its speed dropped to 70mph.
當颶風的速度降為每小時70英里時,就減弱為熱帶風暴。
→  See also subtropical Continents and regions of the worldCountry namesCountry and nation
informal extremely hot and feeling wet
(天氣)濕熱的
The weather was positively tropical last summer.
去年夏天天氣非常濕熱。
Sultriness and humidityHot and heat
Translations of “tropical”
in Korean 열대지방의…
in Arabic اِسْتِوائي…
in Portuguese tropical…
in Catalan tropical…
in Japanese 熱帯地方の, 熱帯の…
in Italian tropicale…
in Russian тропический…
in Turkish tropikal…
in Chinese (Simplified) 热带的, (天气)湿热的…
in Polish tropikalny…
(Definition of tropical from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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