Noun(1) the weather in some location averaged over some long period of time(2) the prevailing psychological state
(1) However, the current climate suggests the time is right for long-term investors to take on more risk.(2) Such a political climate has been created that well-meaning people are even afraid to talk about it.(3) vacationing in a warm climate(4) A monsoon climate of alternating wet and dry seasons characterizes the weather.(5) agricultural development is constrained by climate(6) Some species have continued to spread northwards in response to the warmer climate .(7) In the political climate of today public service broadcasting may seem a concept that has outlived its relevance.(8) In the current fearful climate , the public might assume that the prosecution service would pull out all the stops.(9) The climate in the Peace region can cause problems with raising your own queen bees.(10) In the current political climate , it is hard to imagine this changing any time soon.(11) he had grown up in a hot climate(12) Consistently high temperatures, with no distinct dry season, characterize the climate of this region.(13) Because, to be blunt, in the present climate those sort of policies are simply untenable.(14) there's a climate of economic uncertainty(15) The expansion was on the cards for this year but the group decided the economic climate wasn't suitable.(16) It is hardly surprising that such anxiety might exist in the present political climate .
(1) climate change :: newid yn yr hinsawdd
1. weather conditions ::
2. region ::
3. atmosphere ::
4. mood ::
5. clime ::
Different Formsclimate, climates
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