Definition of climatic in English:

climatic

Line breaks: cli|mat¦ic
Pronunciation: /klʌɪˈmatɪk
 
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adjective

Relating to climate: under certain climatic conditions, desert locusts increase in number
More example sentences
  • It was a portent of climatic things to come, which culminated in the worst floods in living memory in cities such as Prague and Dresden.
  • Wayne attributes this unexpected birth so far south to climatic changes that are seeing warmer waters.
  • As well as the threat of climatic change, several countries are interested in stepping up the commercial krill fishery.

Derivatives

climatical

adjective
More example sentences
  • Whether European honeybees were equally or better fit than Africanized honeybees in the ecological and climatical conditions of southern Texas may never be known.
  • Scientists have shown over the last years that our planet is going through a climatical change.
  • Such climatical conditions are conducive for the cultivation of mulberry trees, sericulture and fish farming.

climatically

adverb
More example sentences
  • With a chilling blast blowing through the city, Saturday night's Winter Ball could not have been scheduled on a more climatically appropriate evening.
  • The young Francoise, sent to continue her schooling in Holland, culturally and climatically a world apart from Java, was devastated.
  • The present outbreak of fires, as those before them, coincided with climatically dry periods in central Sumatra.

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