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Arctic

noun   /ˈɑːk.tɪk/
the Arctic
geography the very cold area around the North Pole el Ártico Polar bears live in the Arctic.653
adjective ( also arctic)   /ˈɑːk.tɪk/
geography, environment belonging or relating to the Arctic belonging or relating to the most northern part of the world ártico No trees grow in the Arctic regions.653
figurative very cold glacial The North of England has been experiencing Arctic conditions these past few days.1518
(Definition of Arctic from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

Arctic

adjective /ˈaːktik/
of the area round the North Pole ártico the Arctic wilderness.
(no capital) very cold glacial, gélido arctic conditions.
the Arctic noun
the area round the North Pole el Ártico animals that live in the Arctic.
(Definition of Arctic from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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