weatherwoman

weatherwoman

(ˈwɛðəwʊmən)
n, pl -women
1. (Professions) a woman who presents weather forecasts on TV or radio
2. (Broadcasting) a woman who presents weather forecasts on TV or radio
Translations

weatherwoman

[ˈweðəˌwʊmən] (weatherwomen (pl)) Nmujer f del tiempo

weatherwoman

weather woman [ˈwɛðərwʊmən] nprésentatrice f météo inv
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Tweeting a heatmap of Wales, the BBC's weatherman said it's "warming up this week" while BBC Wales weatherwoman Behnaz Akhgar tweeted: "Decent week ahead.
Tweeting a heatmap of Wales', the BBC's weatherman sai | t's "warming up this week" while BBC Wales weatherwoman Behnaz Akhgar tweeted: "A lot of bright/sunny spells.
IF YOUR confidence in weather forecasts has gone up in the recent past with all predictions coming close to actual conditions, you don't need to thank the proverbial weatherman but a weatherwoman.
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Such as a classic last week in which a weatherwoman earnestly informed us that the snow would be "digging in" for a couple of days.
The weatherwoman utilizes the information created by the computer to give her daily forecasts.
Other stars appearing in the show include singer Don Baker, politician Patricia McKenna and weatherwoman Evelyn Cusack.
These pages also feature useful tips from TV presenter Lowri Turner, BBC news presenter Darren Jordan and BBC weatherwoman Helen Young.
It might not," says Giles, mentioning that the weatherwoman had advised leaving umbrellas at home.
I CAN'T wait to see how the world's most irritating weatherwoman Sian Lloyd manages on I'm A Celebrity, Get Me Out of Here.