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climate changenoun [U]

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ENVIRONMENT changes in the world's weather, particularly an increase in temperature, thought to be caused by things such as carbon dioxide in the atmosphere: Technological methods to cope with climate change will become more and more important.
(Definition of climate change from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “climate change”
in Chinese (Simplified) 气候变化…
in Turkish iklim değişimi…
in Russian изменение климата…
in Chinese (Traditional) 氣候變化…
in Polish zmiany klimatu…
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