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Translation of "winter" - English-Spanish dictionary

winter

noun /ˈwintə/
the coldest season of the year invierno We often have snow in winter (also adjective) winter evenings.
wintry adjective
like winter in being very cold invernal a wintry day wintry weather.
wintriness noun
frialdad
winter sports noun plural
sports played in the open air on snow and ice, eg skiing, tobogganing etc. deportes de invierno
wintertime noun
the season of winter. invierno
Translations of “winter”
in Arabic شِتاء…
in Korean 겨울…
in Malaysian musim sejuk, musim salji…
in French (d’)hiver…
in Turkish kış, kış mevsimi…
in Italian inverno…
in Chinese (Traditional) 冬季,冬天…
in Russian зима…
in Polish zima…
in Vietnamese mùa đông…
in Portuguese inverno…
in Thai ฤดูหนาว…
in German der Winter, Winter-……
in Catalan hivern…
in Japanese 冬…
in Indonesian musim dingin…
in Chinese (Simplified) 冬季,冬天…
(Definition of winter from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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