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season

noun [C]
 
 
/ˈsiːzən/
PART OF YEAR B1 one of the four periods of the year; winter, spring, summer, or autumn
pora roku
The seasons
SPECIAL TIME B1 a period of the year when a particular thing happens
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.
≈ jest sezon na coś
Various qualities of foodAvailable and accessiblePresent
If a female animal is in season, she is ready to mate.
w okresie godowym
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.
≈ nie jest sezon na coś
Unavailable and inaccessiblePresent
If you go somewhere out of season, you go during a period of the year when few people are there.
poza sezonem
Tourism and holidaysHotels and hostels
(Definition of season noun from the Cambridge English-Polish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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