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all-weather Line breaks: all-weather

Definition of all-weather in English:

adjective

In or suitable for all types of weather: an all-weather soccer pitch
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  • The on-site running track and all-weather pitch will appeal to students involved in athletics and team sports.
  • York would benefit particularly from the planned cricket, football, and all-weather five-a-side football pitches.
  • This is brought about all because the all-weather track around the soccer pitch would be reducing the training pitch slightly.

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