Significado de “seasonal” - en el Diccionario Inglés

seasonal en inglés británico

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seasonaladjective

uk /ˈsiː.zən.əl/ us /ˈsiː.zən.əl/

B2 relating to or happening during a particular period in the year:

seasonal vegetables
seasonal farm work

Más ejemplos

  • Temperatures are well below the seasonal average.
  • Workers typically came north on a seasonal basis.
  • Animals have to find ways of coping with seasonal changes.
  • Temperatures will remain below seasonal levels, especially near the Atlantic coast.
  • It's sensible to make use of seasonal produce.

(Definición de seasonal del Cambridge Advanced Learner's Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

seasonal en inglés americano

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seasonaladjective

us /si·zə·nəl/

seasonal adjective (DURING PART OF YEAR)

available or happening during one of the four parts of a year:

seasonal jobs/work

seasonal adjective (DURING PERIOD)

available or happening during a particular time of the year, esp. the same time every year :

seasonal fruits and vegetables
seasonal decorations

(Definición de seasonal del Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

seasonal en inglés de negocios

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seasonaladjective

uk /ˈsiːzənəl/ us

relating to, available, or happening during a particular period of the year:

a seasonal employee/worker
a seasonal business/job
seasonal crops/fruit/products
Chefs are recruited on a seasonal basis.
seasonal adjustment/change/variation

ECONOMICS a change made to figures or other data in order to remove the effect of things that only happen at particular times of year:

Construction employment, which had been surprisingly strong since the beginning of the year, fell by 65,000 after seasonal adjustment.
The figures are adjusted for seasonal changes.

(Definición de seasonal del Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)