climatic


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climatic

pertaining to climate; a prevailing condition or atmosphere: The plane was grounded due to unfavorable climatic conditions.
Not to be confused with:
climactic – pertaining to or coming to a climax: a climactic second act
climacteric – menopause; any critical period: a climacteric of civil unrest
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cli·mat·ic

 (klī-măt′ĭk)
adj.
1. Of or relating to climate.
2. Ecology Influenced by or resulting from the prevailing climate.

cli·mat′i·cal·ly adv.
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Adj.1.climatic - of or relating to a climate; "climatic changes"
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Translations
مُناخي
klimatický
klima-klimatisk
éghajlati
loftslags-
klimatický
iklimsel

climatic

[klaɪˈmætɪk] ADJclimático
climatic changecambio m climático
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climatic

[klaɪˈmætɪk] adj [conditions, changes, effects] → climatique
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climatic

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climatic

[klaɪˈmætɪk] adjclimatico/a
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climate

(ˈklaimət) noun
1. the weather conditions of a region (temperature, moisture etc). Britain has a temperate climate.
2. the conditions in a country etc. the economic/moral climate.
cliˈmatic (-ˈmӕ-) adjective
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References in classic literature ?
Much depended upon food supply, climatic conditions, and the prevalence of animals of the more dangerous species; though Kerchak often led them on long marches for no other reason than that he had tired of remaining in the same place.
The UN refugee agency has, meanwhile, warned that "severe climatic conditions combined with armed conflict and protracted displacement" could force Somalia into a major humanitarian emergency."Decades of climatic shocks and conflict have left more than 2.
And, the climatic situation might become worse in the future if no practical and collective remedial measures were taken.
He identified that major factors leading to climatic challenges for Karachi were illegal conversion of small residential units to high rises, continued influx of people from various areas of the country and unplanned settlements, poor infrastructure including shattered sewerage and water supply system, and deforestation.
This year the monsoon rains and climatic hazards can simultaneously pose serious threats to the country, which has already burdened with almost 19 billion dollars since 2010 because of losses due to floods.
Whatever assistance is availed brought by the climatic condition, Iloilo City is also included,' he said.
As an attempt to inject urban climatic information into urban planning, the gap between the field of meteorology and urban planning must be closed.
Such ecosystems have intrinsic economic value, and generate various products, but it are currently unexploited and subjected to various threats, such as natural hazards including wildfires, poor soil, difficult climatic conditions, and external threats.
In Baku and Absheron peninsula, average monthly temperature is predicted to be +22-25C which is close to the climatic norm.
'Climatic changes are expected to have a wide-ranging impact on Pakistan, affecting agricultural productivity, water availability and increased the frequency of extreme climatic events,' the court observed.
The ceremony was sponsored by Sheikh Khalid bin Omar al- Marhoon, Minister of Civil Service, who expressed his thanks and appreciation to all the media, media professionals and journalists who participated in the media coverage of the climatic conditions for their efforts to serve their country.
Srinagar (Jammu and Kashmir) [India], June 13 ( ANI ): This year, Kashmir has witnessed a great harvest of the delicious cherry fruit due to the best climatic conditions that led to timely rainfall and snowfall.

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