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au·tumn

 (ô′təm)
n.
1. The season of the year between summer and winter, during which the weather becomes cooler and many plants become dormant, extending in the Northern Hemisphere from the autumnal equinox to the winter solstice and popularly considered to include the months of September, October, and November; fall. In the Southern Hemisphere autumn includes March, April, and May.
2. A period of maturity verging on decline.
adj.
1. Relating to or occurring in autumn: autumn foliage; autumn harvests.
2. Grown during the season of autumn: autumn crops.

[Middle English autumpne, from Old French autompne, from Latin autumnus.]

au·tum′nal (ô-tŭm′nəl) adj.
au·tum′nal·ly adv.

autumnal

(ɔːˈtʌmnəl)
adj
of, occurring in, or characteristic of autumn
auˈtumnally adv
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.autumnal - of or characteristic of or occurring in autumnautumnal - of or characteristic of or occurring in autumn; "the autumnal equinox"; "autumnal fruits"
summery - belonging to or characteristic of or occurring in summer; "summery weather"; "summery dresses"
vernal - of or characteristic of or occurring in spring; "the vernal equinox"
wintery, wintry - characteristic of or occurring in winter; "suffered severe wintry weather"; "brown wintry grasses"
2.autumnal - characteristic of late maturity verging on decline; "a serene autumnal mood"
mature - characteristic of maturity; "mature for her age"
Translations
خَريفي
podzimní
efterårsagtig
jesenji
őszies
haust-, haustlegur
jesenný
sonbahara ait

autumnal

[ɔːˈtʌmnəl] ADJotoñal, de(l) otoño

autumnal

[ɔːˈtʌmnəl] adj
[colour, look, shade, tone] → automnal(e)
(in autumn) [equinox, gales, sun, mist, fruit, weather] → d'automneautumn equinox néquinoxe f d'automne

autumnal

adjherbstlich, Herbst-; autumnal weatherHerbstwetter nt

autumnal

[ɔːˈtʌmnəl] adjautunnale, d'autunno

autumn

(ˈoːtəm) noun
(American fall) the season of the year when leaves change colour and fall and fruits ripen.
autumnal (oːˈtamnəl) adjective
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