Translation of Indian summer in Spanish:
- (in northern hemisphere) ≈ veranillo (masculine) de San Martín or de San Miguel(in southern hemisphere) ≈ veranillo (masculine) de San Juanher sixties were an Indian summerla felicidad le llegó a los sesenta añosthe Edwardian period was the Indian summer of British imperial powerla época eduardiana fue el epílogo del auge del imperio británicoExample sentences
- Soon it was time to climb up the large stone steps, warm from the Indian summer sunlight and less intimidating now that Elise knew what lay within the labyrinthine caverns.
- With an Indian summer (a late warm spell), the ice lost its beauty.
- In Indian summers, when the weather is still good enough to sit out, it's great to have some pots on your patio full of plants with rich, warm colours.
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