seasonal


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sea·son·al

 (sē′zə-nəl)
adj.
Relating to, occurring in, or varying with a particular season: seasonal employment.

sea′son·al′i·ty (-zə-năl′ĭ-tē) n.
sea′son·al·ly adv.

seasonal

(ˈsiːzənəl)
adj
of, relating to, or occurring at a certain season or certain seasons of the year: seasonal labour.
ˈseasonally adv
ˈseasonalness n

sea•son•al

(ˈsi zə nl)

adj.
1. pertaining to, dependent on, or accompanying the seasons of the year or some particular season: seasonal work.
n.
2. a seasonal employee or product.
sea′son•al•ly, adv.
usage: The adjectives seasonal and seasonable are not interchangable. seasonal describes phenomena that occur with or depend upon a season or the seasons: seasonal fluctuations in rainfall; seasonal sales. seasonable in reference to weather means “suitable to or characteristic of the season”: seasonable temperatures for July. seasonable also has the sense “timely”: a seasonable offer of financial assistance.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.seasonal - a worker who finds employment only in certain seasons
worker - a person who works at a specific occupation; "he is a good worker"
Adj.1.seasonal - occurring at or dependent on a particular season; "seasonal labor"; "a seasonal rise in unemployment"
year-around, year-round - operating or continuing throughout the year; "a year-round resort"; "a year-round job"
Translations
مَوْسِميمَوْسِمِيّ
sezónní
sæsonbestemt
kausittainen
sezonski
idényjellegû
árstíîabundinn
季節の
계절에 따른
sezónny
säsong-
ตามฤดูกาล
theo thời vụ

seasonal

[ˈsiːzənl]
A. ADJ [work, labour, migration] → de temporada, estacional; [changes, variations] → estacional; [fruit, vegetable] → del tiempo, de temporada; [migrant] → temporal
the tourism business is seasonalel negocio del turismo es de temporada
B. CPD seasonal adjustment N (Econ, Pol) → ajuste m estacional, desestacionalización f
prices rose 0.2% in July, after seasonal adjustmentstras eliminar las fluctuaciones estacionales se vio que los precios subieron un 0,2% en julio, las cifras desestacionalizadas demostraron una subida de los precios del 0,2% en julio
seasonal affective disorder Ntrastorno m afectivo estacional
seasonal worker Ntemporero/a m/f

seasonal

[ˈsiːzənəl] adj [cycle, changes] → saisonnier/ière; [work, workers] → saisonnier/ière; [fruit, menu] → de saisonseasonal affective disorder [əˈfɛktɪv] ndépression f saisonnière, désordre m affectif saisonnier

seasonal

adjjahreszeitlich bedingt; (Econ) → Saison-, saisonbedingt; seasonal fruit/vegetablesFrüchte pl/Gemüse ntder Saison; we eat whatever fruit is seasonalwir essen das Obst, das gerade auf dem Markt ist

seasonal

:
seasonal adjustment
n (Econ, Pol) → Saisonbereinigung f
seasonal affective disorder
n (Med) → Winterdepression f

seasonal

:
seasonal unemployment
seasonal worker
nSaisonarbeiter(in) m(f)

seasonal

[ˈsiːzənl] adjstagionale
after seasonal adjustment (Econ) → dopo la destagionalizzazione

season

(ˈsiːzn) noun
1. one of the main divisions of the year according to the regular variation of the weather, length of day etc. The four seasons are spring, summer, autumn and winter; The monsoon brings the rainy season.
2. the usual, proper or suitable time for something. the football season.
verb
1. to add salt, pepper, mustard etc to. She seasoned the meat with plenty of pepper.
2. to let (wood) be affected by rain, sun etc until it is ready for use.
ˈseasonable adjective
(negative unseasonable) (of weather) of the kind that is to be expected for a particular time of year.
ˈseasonal adjective
done at a particular season only. seasonal work as a waitress; seasonal sports.
ˈseasoned adjective
experienced. seasoned political campaigners.
ˈseasoning noun
something used to season food. Salt and pepper are used as seasonings.
season ticket
a ticket (usually for travel) that can be used repeatedly during a certain period. a three-month season ticket.
in season
(of food) available, ready for eating. That fruit is not in season just now.
out of season
not in season.

seasonal

مَوْسِمِيّ sezónní sæsonbestemt saisonbedingt εποχιακός de temporada kausittainen saisonnier sezonski stagionale 季節の 계절에 따른 seizoens- sesong- sezonowy sazonal сезонный säsong- ตามฤดูกาล mevsimlik theo thời vụ 季节性的

seasonal

adj estacional
References in classic literature ?
He thought it odd, and with a little perfunctory shiver, as if in deference to a seasonal presumption that the night was chill, he lay down again and went to sleep.
Simply and solely through not knowing the nature and coincidence of a little seasonal fever.
The maturing and seasonal fluctuation of the sex-instinct affords a good illustration.
Multan -- Spokes person of Punjab health department said that, 17 cases of Seasonal Influenza have surfaced in current month in Multan city.
The Turnbull Government today announced a number of new measures to further support employers and seasonal workers to access the Seasonal Worker Programme.
Seasonal homes certainly have generated economic activity and population growth that likely would not have occurred without them.
So many people get the winter blues, in fact, that there's a name for it: seasonal affective disorder.
With the new route, Icelandair will offer either seasonal or year-round service to 18 destinations in North America.
RAWALPINDI -- Principal Rawalpindi Medical College Prof Dr Mohammad Umar and allied hospitals chief Wednesday rejected reports of swine flu outbreak in the district saying it is seasonal influenza N1 affecting the people these days.
Seasonally adjusted data are preferred for analyzing general price trends in the economy because these data eliminate the effect of changes that normally occur at about the same time, and in about the same magnitude, every year--such as price movements resulting from normal weather patterns, regular production and marketing cycles, model changeovers, seasonal discounts, and holidays.
Seasonal workers are a key part of the workforce for several sectors of the economy this holiday season.
Summary: Seasonal workers are a key part of the workforce for several sectors of the economy this holiday season.