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climate
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English - Vietnamese Dictionary
climate /'klaimit/
  • danh từ
    • khí hậu, thời tiết
      • continental climate: khí hậu lục địa
    • miền khí hậu
      • a warm climate: miền khí hậu ấm áp
    • (nghĩa bóng) hoàn cảnh, môi trường, không khí; xu hướng chung (của một tập thể); xu thế (của thời đại)
Concise Dictionary
climates'klaɪmɪt
noun
+the weather in some location averaged over some long period of time
+the prevailing psychological state

Thesaurus Dictionary
n.
1 weather, Literary clime:
We are retiring to the Maldives because we like a sunny climate.
2 atmosphere, ambience or ambiance, air; feeling, mood, aura, milieu, feel:
In the present climate of opinion, we'd best delay introducing the bill.
Advanced English Dictionary
+ noun
1 [C, U] the regular pattern of weather conditions of a particular place: a mild / temperate / warm / wet climate + the threat of global climate change
2 [C] an area with particular weather conditions: They wanted to move to a warmer climate.
3 [C] a general attitude or feeling; an atmosphere or a situation which exists in a particular place: the present political climate + the current climate of opinion (= what people generally are thinking about a particular issue) + a climate of suspicion / violence + We need to create a climate in which business can prosper.
Collocation Dictionary
noun

1 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.

2 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



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