- invierno (m) in (the) winter en invierno last winter el invierno pasado a winter's day un día de invierno (before n) [clothes/fashions/vacation] de invierno; [weather/temperatures] invernal winter coat (of animal) piel (f) de invierno (of person) abrigo (m) (de invierno) winter Olympics (pl) Juegos (mpl) (Olímpicos) de Invierno winter sleep hibernación (f) winter sports (pl) deportes (mpl) de inviernoMore example sentences
- The climate here is normally split into two seasons, long cold winters and long hot summers.
- Therefore, short, cool growing seasons and cold winters are often thought of as barriers to crop growth and diversification in the Subarctic.
- But after a cold winter in the southern uplands you may recognise that ending up on a human dinner plate is not so bad.
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- [animal/bird] invernar, hibernar; [person/army] pasar el invierno, invernarMore example sentences
- Like many of the Arctic refuge's birds, snow geese winter in warmer parts of the lower 48 states.
- The birds wintering in Washington breed in the northern Great Plains, usually beginning by late April.
- These routes used by migratory birds for passage between wintering and breeding ranges are called flyways.
- [cattle/sheep] mantener* durante el inviernoMore example sentences
- Store cattle being wintered with a view to finishing off grass next summer will require 2-3 kg meal/day with poor quality silage.
- There are no slatted sheds allowed in Scotland so wintering cattle can be pretty labour intensive.
- We never wintered cattle there because of its remoteness and lack of shelter.