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weather forecastnoun [C]

uk   us  
B1 a ​statement of what the ​weather is ​likely to be for the next ​day or few ​days, usually ​broadcast on ​television or ​radio or ​printed in a ​newspaper
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Translations of “weather forecast”
in Arabic النشرة الجَوِية…
in Korean 일기 예보…
in Portuguese previsão do tempo…
in Catalan previsió metereològica…
in Japanese 天気予報…
in Chinese (Simplified) 天气预报…
in Turkish hava tahmini…
in Russian прогноз погоды…
in Chinese (Traditional) 天氣預報…
in Italian previsioni del tempo…
in Polish prognoza pogody…
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