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Translation of "season" - English-German dictionary

season

noun /ˈsiːzn/
one of the main divisions of the year according to the regular variation of the weather, length of day etc
die Jahreszeit
The four seasons are spring, summer, autumn and winter The monsoon brings the rainy season.
the usual, proper or suitable time for something
die Saison
the football season.
seasonable adjective (negative unseasonable) (of weather) of the kind that is to be expected for a particular time of year.
zeitgemäß
seasonal adjective done at a particular season only
saisonbedingt
seasonal work as a waitress seasonal sports.
seasoned adjective experienced
erfahren
seasoned political campaigners.
seasoning noun something used to season food
das Gewürz
Salt and pepper are used as seasonings.
season ticket a ticket (usually for travel) that can be used repeatedly during a certain period
die Zeitkarte
a three-month season ticket.
in season (of food) available, ready for eating
zu haben
That fruit is not in season just now.
out of season not in season
nicht zu haben
Oysters are currently out of season.
(Definition of season from the Password English-German Dictionary © 2014 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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