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Translation of "summer" - English-Spanish dictionary

summer

noun /ˈsamə/
the warmest season of the year verano I went to Italy last summer (also adjective) summer holidays.
summery adjective
like, or appropriate for, summer estival summery weather summery clothes.
summer camp noun
a place where children go during the summer vacation to take part in activities such as camping and sport campamento de verano We’ve sent the children off to summer camp.
summerhouse noun
a small building for sitting in, in a garden. cenador, glorieta
summertime noun
the season of summer verano In the summertime, they usually go to their house in the country.
Translations of “summer”
in Arabic الصَّيْف…
in Korean 여름…
in Malaysian musim panas…
in French (d’) été…
in Turkish yaz, yaz mevsimi…
in Italian estate…
in Chinese (Traditional) 夏天,夏季…
in Russian лето…
in Polish lato…
in Vietnamese mùa hè…
in Portuguese verão…
in Thai ฤดูร้อน…
in German der Sommer, Sommer-……
in Catalan estiu…
in Japanese 夏…
in Indonesian musim panas…
in Chinese (Simplified) 夏天,夏季…
(Definition of summer from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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