Definition of temperate zone in English:

temperate zone

Syllabification: tem·per·ate zone
(also Temperate Zone)


Each of the two belts of latitude between the torrid zone and the northern and southern frigid zones.
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  • Almost all of the earth's landmass is inhabited, although the temperate zones of the northern hemisphere are where you will find the largest concentration of people.
  • Britain lies within a temperate zone and the hallmark of temperate zones is a relatively small fluctuation in temperature between the seasons with rain that generally falls all year round.
  • Additionally, the three parks have a considerable north-south extent that ranges across several temperature regimes from the southern part of the temperate zone extending into the tropical.

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