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unseasonable

adjective
 
 
/ʌnˈsiː.zən.ə.bl̩/ ( also unseasonal) formal
describes weather that is not usual or suitable for the time of year
(天氣)反常的,不合時令的,不合季節的
When you're used to snow in January, warm sunny weather feels unseasonable.
當習慣了有雪的一月,溫暖晴好的天氣就會讓人覺得反常。
Describing bad weather
unseasonably
 
 
/ʌnˈsiː.zən.ə.bli/ adverb ( also unseasonally)
unseasonably warm weather
反常的溫暖天氣
Describing bad weather
Translations of “unseasonable”
in Chinese (Simplified) (天气)反常的,不合时令的,不合季节的…
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