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Translation of "season" - English-Turkish dictionary

season

noun [C]     /ˈsiːzən/
PART OF YEAR
B1 one of the four periods of the year; winter, spring, summer, or autumn mevsim The seasons
SPECIAL TIME
B1 a period of the year when a particular thing happens mevsim, sezon [usually singular] the holiday season the rainy/dry season the football seasonThe seasons
in season
B2 If vegetables or fruit are in season, they are available and ready to eat. mevsimi, mevsiminde Various qualities of foodAvailable and accessiblePresent
If a female animal is in season, she is ready to mate. (dişi hayvan) çiftleşme mevsimi Breeds and breedingProcesses and stages connected with sexual reproduction
out of season
If vegetables or fruit are out of season, they are not usually available at that time. mevsimi değil, mevsim dışı, mevsimsiz Unavailable and inaccessiblePresent
If you go somewhere out of season, you go during a period of the year when few people are there. sezon dışı, sezon sonrası Tourism and holidaysHotels and hostels
(Definition of season noun from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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