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climate /ˈklaɪmət, ˈklaɪmɪt/ noun


اب و هوا ، ناحیه ، اقلیم ، جو (در گروهها) ، اب وهوا ، معماری: اقلیم ، روانشناسی: جو ، زیست شناسی: اقلیم ، علوم نظامی: اوضاع جوی
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[TahlilGaran] Persian Dictionary

climate
[noun]
Synonyms: weather, temperature
English Thesaurus: weather, climate, the outlook, conditions, the elements, ...

[TahlilGaran] English Synonym Dictionary

climate W3 /ˈklaɪmət, ˈklaɪmɪt/ noun
[Date: 1300-1400; Language: Old French; Origin: climat, from Late Latin clima, from Greek klima 'angle, latitude, climate', from klinein 'to lean'; because the weather depends on the angle of the sun to the earth]

1. [uncountable and countable] the typical weather conditions in a particular area:
Los Angeles’ warm dry climate
climate change (=a permanent change in weather conditions)

2. [countable] an area with particular weather conditions:
These flowers will not grow in cold climates.

3. [countable usually singular] the general feeling or situation in a place at a particular time
political/economic/social etc climate
Small businesses are finding it hard to survive in the present economic climate.
climate of
a climate of growing racial intolerance in large cities

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Contemporary English

climate
noun
I. weather conditions of a particular region
ADJ. hot, warm | cold, cool | mild | extreme, harsh, inhospitable, severe the severe northern climate
damp, humid, wet | arid, dry | equatorial, Mediterranean, subtropical, temperate, tropical | northern, southern, etc. | global global climate change
VERB + CLIMATE have The city has a warm climate.
CLIMATE + NOUN change
PREP. in a/the ~ Little grows in such a dry climate.

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

climate
II. opinions, etc. people have at a particular time
ADJ. favourable | hostile, unfavourable | current, present, prevailing | changed, changing | business, economic, emotional, financial, ideological, intellectual, moral, political, social
VERB + CLIMATE create
PREP. in a/the ~ His ideas on equality are viewed as utopian in the current political climate.
~ for a climate for economic recovery
~ of The new policies have created a climate of fear.
PHRASES a climate of opinion

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

climate

warm/hot
Many people prefer to live where the climate is warm.
cold/cool
Scotland's climate is too cold for these plants to survive.
mild (=not too hot and not too cold)
The region's climate is mild all the year round.
dry
She loves the dry climate of southern California.
wet/damp
A damp climate can damage buildings.
humid (=with hot and wet air)
Tropical vegetation flourishes in this humid climate.
harsh (also inhospitable formal) (=uncomfortable and difficult to live in)
The climate of the Siberian steppes is harsh.
extreme/severe
These mountain people are used to the extreme climate.
arid (=very dry)
Very few plants can flourish in such an arid climate.
temperate (=never very hot or very cold)
Europe's climate is temperate.
tropical (=very hot and wet)
the tropical climate of Brazil
a Mediterranean climate (=typical of the areas around the Mediterranean Sea)
Croatia enjoys a Mediterranean climate.
the global/world climate (=the weather of the world)
Scientists are assessing the impact of carbon dioxide on the global climate.
a changing climate
A changing climate will bring rising tides.
climate change (=a permanent change in weather conditions)
The world must reduce the emissions that cause climate change.
the political/economic/social etc climate
At the time the political climate was moving steadily to the right.
a favourable climate (=that is good for doing or achieving something)
Both sides were working to create a favourable climate for effective negotiations.
a difficult/unfavourable climate
The economic situation created an unfavourable climate for investment.
the current/present climate (also the prevailing climate formal)
Change will be hard to achieve in the current climate.
the international climate
The international climate changed for the worse as conflict broke out in the region.
the intellectual climate (=the general way of thinking)
New inventions can change the intellectual climate.
create a climate
It's important to create a climate of trust between staff and management.
the climate of opinion (=the opinion which most people have about a subject)
The climate of opinion is still favorable for the President.

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

climate
noun
BAD: While I was driving to the airport, the climate was still wet and foggy.
GOOD: While I was driving to the airport, the weather was still wet and foggy.
BAD: Before going off in the boat, you should check the climate conditions.
GOOD: Before going off in the boat, you should check the weather conditions.

Usage Note:
climate = the typical weather conditions that exist in a country or region; the place where these weather conditions exist: 'Northern Europe has a mild climate and a high rainfall.' 'These flowers will not grow in cold climates.'

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Common Errors


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