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Pronunciation: /ˈwɪntər; ˈwɪntə(r)/

Translation of winter in Spanish:


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  • invierno (masculine) in (the) winter en invierno last winter el invierno pasado a winter's day un día de invierno (before noun/delante del nombre) [clothes/fashions/vacation] de invierno; [weather/temperatures] invernal winter coat (of animal) piel (feminine) de invierno (of person) abrigo (masculine) ([ de invierno ])
    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.

intransitive verb/verbo intransitivo

transitive verb/verbo transitivo

  • [cattle/sheep] mantener* durante el invierno

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