year-round


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year-round

(yîr′round′)
adj.
Existing, active, or continuous throughout the year: a year-round resort.

year-round

adj
open, in use, operating, etc, throughout the year

year′-round′



adj.
1. continuing, available, used, etc., throughout the year: a year-round vacation spot.
adv.
2. throughout the year.
[1920–25]
year′-round′er, n.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.year-round - operating or continuing throughout the yearyear-round - operating or continuing throughout the year; "a year-round resort"; "a year-round job"
seasonal - occurring at or dependent on a particular season; "seasonal labor"; "a seasonal rise in unemployment"
Translations

year-round

[ˈjɪəˈraʊnd] ADJque dura todo el año, de todo el año

year-round

year-round

[ˌjɪəˈraʊnd] adjche dura tutto l'anno
a year-round swimming pool → una piscina aperta tutto l'anno
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