Definition of summer season in English:

summer season

Line breaks: sum¦mer sea¦son

noun

The period in summer when most people take holidays: Bala is a big tourist attraction in the summer season Turkey has a long summer season
More example sentences
  • The summer season is race season, which is never really out of fashion.
  • It was a welcome tourist attraction at the end of the summer season.
  • The hall is now open for the summer season with guided tours available.

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