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low seasonnoun [U]

uk   /ˈləʊ ˌsiː.zən/  us   /ˈloʊ ˌsiː.zən/
the period in the year when the fewest people visit a place and when the prices are at their lowest level
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low seasonnoun [U]

uk   us   (UK also off season)
the time of year when fewer people visit a place or use a service, and prices are at their lowest level: in (the) low season Many hotels have special offers in low season.
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low-season
adjective [before noun]
low-season prices/rates/months
(Definition of low season from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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