Definition of 'summer'
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The final match schedule will be compiled by early summer. Times, Sunday Times (2012)The situation appeared to disappear and there were no cases in the spring and summer months. Times, Sunday Times (2010)This is a pattern all too familiar from other soggy summers in recent years. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Sales for the upcoming summer season are up nine per cent on the same time last year. The Sun (2013)On a sunny summer day one can be overwhelmed by the abundance of the wildlife. Times, Sunday Times (2007)The impact of school disruption emerged as two teaching unions called for action this summer and autumn. The Sun (2012)The tropics are shaded in winter and the summer hemisphere is lit up at night. Times, Sunday Times (2009)He won three times last summer and has been running in much better races than this. The Sun (2013)This summer is going to be our most challenging tour. Times, Sunday Times (2013)They spend the summer grazing before being brought down to be sold over the next few months. Times, Sunday Times (2007)It was one of the best summers of my childhood. Times, Sunday Times (2008)It is expected to put the regulations into operation early next summer. Times, Sunday Times (2009)The first big accident was the surge in oil and food prices in spring and early summer. Times, Sunday Times (2008)My best moment was waking up on the day of the summer solstice last year. Times, Sunday Times (2006)Close your eyes and imagine the perfect summer day out. Times, Sunday Times (2010)One might expect a bottom by summer or autumn. Times, Sunday Times (2008)Now faces an anxious wait for his place in the summer but the lack of alternatives may play in his favour. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Eating outdoors is one of the best ways to spend a hot summer's day. The Sun (2011)The deal could become permanent for 8 million next summer. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Are the geeks going to ruin a highlight of the English summer season? Times, Sunday Times (2014)Come the first Test of next summer and maybe that is where you will find him. Times, Sunday Times (2009)May half-term will be cheaper than a week in high summer and hot enough if you head south. Times, Sunday Times (2014)IT'S plain sailing if you pick a Thomson or Island cruise this summer. The Sun (2011)
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Translations for 'summer'
British English: summer /ˈsʌmə/ NOUN
Summer is the season between spring and autumn. In summer the weather is usually warm or hot.
The beach gets a bit crowded with tourists in summer.
- American English: summer
- Arabic: الصَّيْف
- Brazilian Portuguese: verão
- Chinese: 夏天
- Croatian: ljeto
- Czech: léto
- Danish: sommer
- Dutch: zomer
- European Spanish: verano
- Finnish: kesä
- French: été
- German: Sommer
- Greek: καλοκαίρι
- Italian: estate
- Japanese: 夏
- Korean: 여름
- Norwegian: sommer
- Polish: lato
- European Portuguese: verão
- Romanian: vară
- Russian: лето
- Spanish: verano
- Swedish: sommar
- Thai: ฤดูร้อน
- Turkish: yaz mevsim
- Ukrainian: літо
- Vietnamese: mùa hè
Definition of summer from the Collins English Dictionary
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