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sub·trop·ics

 (sŭb-trŏp′ĭks)
pl.n.
Subtropical regions.
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subtropics

(sʌbˈtrɒpɪks)
pl n
(Physical Geography) the region lying between the tropics and temperate lands
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sub•trop•ics

(sʌbˈtrɒp ɪks)

n.pl.
subtropical regions.
[1895–90]
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Noun1.subtropics - regions adjacent to the tropics
climatic zone - any of the geographical zones loosely divided according to prevailing climate and latitude
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subtropics

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It subtropical climate by the Black Sea shore offers particularly favourable conditions for their growth, luring international confectionary giants such as Ferrero to invest in local production.