Definition of clime in English:

clime

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Pronunciation: /klʌɪm
 
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noun

(usually climes) chiefly literary
A region considered with reference to its climate: long holidays in sunnier climes
More example sentences
  • They immediately headed south to the continent's sunnier climes.
  • Winter is a wonderful time for birdwatching, thanks to the surge of shivering Greenlanders who flock to our more temperate climes.
  • It is a veritable tribute to the two communities that thrive in the warm and balmy climes of the island nation.

Origin

late Middle English: from late Latin clima 'zone' (see climate).

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