climatic


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cli·mat·ic

 (klī-măt′ĭk)
adj.
1. Of or relating to climate.
2. Ecology Influenced by or resulting from the prevailing climate.

cli·mat′i·cal·ly adv.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.climatic - of or relating to a climate; "climatic changes"
Translations
مُناخي
klimatický
klima-klimatisk
éghajlati
loftslags-
klimatický
iklimsel

climatic

[klaɪˈmætɪk] ADJclimático
climatic changecambio m climático

climatic

[klaɪˈmætɪk] adj [conditions, changes, effects] → climatique

climatic

climatic

[klaɪˈmætɪk] adjclimatico/a

climate

(ˈklaimət) noun
1. the weather conditions of a region (temperature, moisture etc). Britain has a temperate climate.
2. the conditions in a country etc. the economic/moral climate.
cliˈmatic (-ˈmӕ-) adjective
References in classic literature ?
Much depended upon food supply, climatic conditions, and the prevalence of animals of the more dangerous species; though Kerchak often led them on long marches for no other reason than that he had tired of remaining in the same place.
Its impacts are being felt through increasing intensity and frequency of extreme climatic disastrous events, as well as small, but incremental changes insidiously affecting many sectors of government activity.
They are exposed to climatic changes directly (weather) and indirectly through changes in water, food, air, ecosystem etc which depends on water supply.
Speaking on the sidelines of reporters' visit to platform of phase 21 of South Pars, Tabrizi said everything for installation of the platform is ready and once climatic conditions are ripe for the purpose it will be done.
He said Pakistan is geographical situated in the heart of Himalayas' range due to which it has to face national disasters and ever changing climatic situation for which such like Conferences would help the govt to prepare a comprehensive plan and guide line for the govt to face such situation well in time.
The introduction provides the framework for the book, namely that environmental historians have examined the climatic variability of the last millennium extensively within a European context, but the same cannot be said for other parts of the world; that this book sets out to examine the climatic-human interactions over the last millennium from a North American perspective; but that this cannot be undertaken without first recognising the climatic variability between 4000 BC and 900 AD.
International Symposium on Climatic Effects on Pavement and Geotechnical Infrastructure (2013: Fairbanks, Alaska) Edited by Jenny Liu, Peng Li, Xiong Zhang, and Baoshan Huang
If the measure of an engineer is the size of their toots, then an on-site climatic wind tunnel gives you something to be proud of, Christer Ramden, head of vehicle performance testing at Scania, clearly likes his wind tunnel.
How does the response relate to perceptions of climatic change as harmful to society, nature, and the economy, requiring action?
The results of the study will help in designing adaptation and mitigation measures in forestry sector to counterbalance the effects of global warming and climatic change.
Borneo was first divided into six climatic subdivisions according to similarity in surface climate.
Whilst other species may have specialized in environments that subsequently disappeared - causing their extinction - Homo erectus appears to have been a generalist, able to deal with many climatic and environmental contingencies.

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