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Translation of "climate" - English-Turkish dictionary

climate

noun     /ˈklaɪmət/
WEATHER [C, U]
B1 the weather conditions that an area usually has iklim, hava durumu a hot, dry climateWeather and climate - general words
SITUATION [C]
the situation, feelings, and opinions that exist at a particular time ortam, hava, genel durum [usually singular] the political/social climate Terrorism creates a climate of fear.Situations and circumstances
Translations of “climate”
in Arabic مُناخ…
in Korean 기후…
in Malaysian iklim…
in French climat…
in Italian clima…
in Chinese (Traditional) 天氣, 氣候…
in Russian климат, обстановка…
in Polish klimat…
in Vietnamese khí hậu, không khí…
in Spanish clima, situación…
in Portuguese clima…
in Thai สภาพอากาศ, สถานการณ์ของประเทศ…
in German das Klima, das Umfeld…
in Catalan clima…
in Japanese 気候…
in Indonesian iklim, suasana…
in Chinese (Simplified) 天气, 气候…
(Definition of climate from the Cambridge Learners Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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