macroclimate


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mac·ro·cli·mate

 (măk′rō-klī′mĭt)
n.
The climate of a large geographic area.

mac′ro·cli·mat′ic (-măt′ĭk) adj.
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macroclimate

(ˈmækrəʊˌklaɪmɪt)
n
(Environmental Science) the prevailing climate of a large area
macroclimatic adj
ˌmacrocliˈmatically adv
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mac·ro·cli·mate

(măk′rō-klī′mĭt)
The climate of a large geographic area.
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