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weather

noun [no plural]   /ˈweð·ər/
A1 the temperature or conditions outside, for example if it is hot, cold, sunny, etc. tiempo, clima bad/good weather
be feeling under the weather
to feel sick estar pachucho
(Definition of weather from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

weather

noun /ˈweθə/
conditions in the atmosphere, especially as regards heat or cold, wind, rain, snow etc tiempo, clima The weather is too hot for me stormy weather (also adjective) a weather chart/report, the weather forecast.
weathering noun
(geology) any of the various chemical or physical changes to rocks caused by the action of the rain, sun, or wind erosión, desgaste Cracks in the rock have widened due to weathering.
weatherbeaten adjective
showing effects of exposure to the weather curtido (por el tiempo) a weatherbeaten face.
weathercock noun ( weathervane)
a piece of metal (often in the form of a farmyard cock), placed on top of a building, which turns to show the direction of the wind. veleta
weather forecast noun
a description on the radio, television, or Internet of what the weather will be like for a period of time in the near future predicción meteorológica The weather report said that it would be sunny tomorrow.
weather forecaster noun
someone whose job is to study the weather conditions and report on what it will be like in the near future. meteorólogo
weather front noun
a boundary that separates two air masses with different density and temperature characteristics, and which is the main cause of meteorological events frente meteorológico There is a chance of snow in the capital as a warm weather front coming from the west meets cold weather from the east.
weatherperson noun
(also weather forecaster; weatherman; weathergirl) a person who gives weather forecast on television or radio. hombre del tiempo; mujer del tiempo
make heavy weather of
to find it very (often unnecessarily) difficult to do (something) crearse dificultades, complicarse la vida She’s making heavy weather of typing that letter.
under the weather
in poor health estar mal/indispuesto I’ve been feeling under the weather this week.
weather refers to climate: fine weather. whether is a conjunction: Do you know whether he is coming?
(Definition of weather from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
Traducciones de “weather”
en coreano 날씨…
en árabe طَقْس…
in Malaysian cuaca…
en francés temps, météo…
en ruso погода…
en chino (tradicionál) 天氣, 氣象…
en italiano tempo, clima…
en turco hava, hava durumu…
en polaco pogoda…
in Vietnamese thời tiết…
en portugués tempo, clima…
in Thai สภาพอากาศ…
en alemán das Wetter, Wetter-……
en catalán temps, clima…
en japonés 天気…
en chino (simplificado) 天气, 气象…
in Indonesian cuaca…
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