English to Welsh Meaning :: season

tymor, dymor, dymhorau, nhymhorau, nhymor, tymhorau, thymhorau, thymorsesno
Season :
- tymorpostseasonpreseasonprofiadolhalen a phupur

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Noun(1) a period of the year marked by special events or activities in some field(2) one of the natural periods into which the year is divided by the equinoxes and solstices or atmospheric conditions(3) a recurrent time marked by major holidays
Verb(1) lend flavor to(2) make fit(3) make more temperate, acceptable, or suitable by adding something else

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(1) The rainy season has already begun, making access to displaced families increasingly difficult.(2) The months slid by and the frozen fruit was still waiting when this season 's fruit arrived at the greengrocer.(3) Most of the striking laborers are young people from Quebec and other provinces who come for the fruit picking season .(4) Stir in the remaining ingredients, plus some salt and pepper to season , and stir well until combined.(5) He reprised that role last year, improving in confidence as the season progressed.(6) Those managing the illegal operations say that the rainy season is the peak period for removing trees from the forest.(7) And straight ahead, it's been a disastrous hurricane season so far, and it's not over yet.(8) We need to extend the season for local foods in cold climates with preservation.(9) New anti-terrorism measures will increase security costs just as the peak summer travel season approaches.(10) This season 's highlights include events that people have been looking forward to for years.(11) I am quite tough with myself when it comes to eating food out of season .(12) We shift the menu around to accommodate the best food of the season .(13) Of course, he's only 26 with one Winston Cup season under his belt.(14) to everything there is a season(15) Father X is not a fan of the modern season and its attendant festivities.(16) basketball season is over
Related Words
(1) rainy season ::
tymor gwlyb
(2) dry season ::
tymor sych
(3) season finale ::
diweddglo tymor
(4) peak season ::
tymor brig
(5) season ticket ::
tocyn tymor
(6) high season ::
tymor uchel
(7) spring season ::
tymor y gwanwyn
(8) off-season ::
oddi ar y tymor
(9) open season ::
tymor agored
(10) low season ::
tymor tawel
1. period ::
2. time of year ::
adeg o'r flwyddyn
4. enliven ::
5. mollify ::
6. harden ::
Different Forms
postseason, postseasons, preseason, preseasons, season, seasoned, seasoning, seasonings, seasons
Word Example from TV Shows

The best way to learn proper English is to read news report, and watch news on TV. Watching TV shows is a great way to learn casual English, slang words, understand culture reference and humor. If you have already watched these shows then you may recall the words used in the following dialogs.

and it\'s open season
on these clowns you\'ve hired,

and it's open SEASON on these clowns you've hired, hm?

Breaking Bad Season 2, Episode 5

I\'m gonna rewatch it
before season three starts.

I'm gonna rewatch it before SEASON three starts.

The Big Bang Theory Season 6, Episode 21

But, what? The rest of us are like
open season?

But, what? The rest of us are like open SEASON?

Breaking Bad Season 4, Episode 9

No, no, no, the sixth season is great.

No, no, no, the sixth SEASON is great.

The Big Bang Theory Season 3, Episode 17

in here comes from season two.

in here comes from SEASON two.

The Big Bang Theory Season 12, Episode 24

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