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weather  Verb
Plural: weathers
  1. Translate "weather" to Spanish: sobrellevar, aguantar estoicamente, saber sobrellevar
    English Synonyms of "weather": bear, endure, pull through, put up with, ride, ride out
    Define meaning of "weather": Face or endure with courage.
  2. She braved the elements.

  3. Translate "weather" to Spanish: aclimatarse
    English Synonyms of "weather": adapt, adapt oneself, become acclimated, get acclimatized, season, acclimatize
    Define meaning of "weather": Adapt or conform oneself to new or different conditions.

  4. Translate "weather" to Spanish: aclimatar, exponer a la intemperie
    English Synonyms of "weather": expose to the weather, acclimate, inure, season, acclimatize

  5. Translate "weather" to Spanish: deteriorarse con el tiempo, desgastarse con el tiempo, erosionarse
    English Synonyms of "weather": weather away, weather down, become deteriorated with time, become eroded, erode, wear out
    Define meaning of "weather": Change under the action or influence of the weather.
  6. A weathered old hut.

  7. Translate "weather" to Spanish: capearse de, vadear
    English Synonyms of "weather": dodge, clear, clear away from, skip out on, steer away from, steer clear of, get round
    Define meaning of "weather": Avoid or try to avoid fulfilling, answering, or performing (duties, questions, or issues). ; Make a sudden movement in a new direction so as to avoid.

weather  Noun
  1. Translate "weather" to Spanish: clima, tiempo, tiempo climatológico, temperie
    English Synonyms of "weather": climate, clime
    Define meaning of "weather": The meteorological conditions: temperature and wind and clouds and precipitation.
  2. They were hoping for good weather.
    Every day we have weather conditions and yesterday was no exception.

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weather  Adjective
  1. Translate "weather" to Spanish: meteorológico, climático, climatológico
    English Synonyms of "weather": meteorological, climatic, climatical, climatologic, climatological, meteorologic, climatal
    Define meaning of "weather": Of or pertaining to atmospheric phenomena, especially weather and weather conditions.

Verb Conjugation for "weather"
Gerund: weathering
Past Participle: weathered

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Conceptually-related expressions of "weather"
a horrible weather
a terrible weather
a woman is a weather vane
adverse weather
affected by weather
after rain comes fair weather
all-weather
all-weather cab
all-weather road
ancient and supreme god of the Roman mythology in charge of the heavens and the weather
atrocious weather
bad weather
be bad weather
be cold weather
be good weather
be under the weather
be warm weather
beastly weather
brass monkey weather
cap with earmuffs to protect from cold weather
changeable weather
clear weather
cold weather
cool weather
day of bad weather
delayed by bad weather
dry weather
dry weather flow
during bad weather
expose to the weather
exposed to wind and weather
fair weather
fair-weather
fair-weather friend
filthy weather
fine weather
fine weather cumulus
fire weather
foggy weather
forecast the weather
foul weather
freezing weather
front of hot weather
get weather-beaten
good at forecasting weather
good weather
harsh weather
hazy weather
heavy weather
hooded fur coat for extremely cold weather
hot and stuffy weather
hot weather
humid weather
if weather permits
in bad weather
in fair weather
in foul weather
in rough weather
in the harshest of winter weather
in the weather
inclement weather
increase in the difference in temperature of adjacent air masses over time that intensifies a weather front
it's fine weather
it's good weather
it's nice weather
keep from the bad weather
king's weather
leg-of-mutton sail cast in fair weather
long legging or gaiter of leather attached to a saddle to protect a rider's leg from the weather
make good weather of it
meeting of two dissimilar air masses that react upon each other creating a weather front
mild weather
misty weather
mucky weather
nasty weather
nice weather
on fair weather
outlook for the weather
persistent rainy weather
pleasant weather
prepare for cold weather
protect against bad weather
raining weather
rainy weather
raw weather
resistant to weather
rough weather
short spell of cold weather
shut in by bad weather
smooth coating of ice formed due to freezing weather
snowing weather
soft lightweight boot for cold weather
spell of cold weather
spell of hot weather
spell of very cold weather
spell of warm weather
stack of hay or straw sheaves in pyramidal form covered for protection from the weather
storming weather
stormy weather
study of the supposed effect of heavenly bodies on the Earth's weather
such a horrible weather
such a terrible weather
suffer from cold weather
sulky weather
sultry weather
sunny weather
terrible weather
the full moon brings fair weather
the look of the weather
the prevailing bad weather
the wind and weather
transcribed weather broadcast
unable to withstand very cold weather
under the weather
unfriendly weather
unsettled weather
very cold weather
very hot weather
very humid weather
warm weather
wave of cold weather
wave of hot weather
wild weather
wind and weather
wind and weather permitting
with evidence of wear or damage as a result of exposure to the weather
women are as fickle as April weather
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