Definition of 'year-round'
Example sentences containing 'year-round'
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But it offers much more as a year-round destination. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Put these right and you will be rewarded with a garden that works year-round. Times, Sunday Times (2008)Florence and other Tuscan cities are year-round destinations that are easy to reach. Times, Sunday Times (2007)Probably island hopping, ancient monuments and year-round sunshine. Times, Sunday Times (2007)Dozens of people work year-round to ensure that one thing happens: you are strengthened. Christianity Today (2000)It has beautiful, wild gardens open year-round. Times, Sunday Times (2016)
Translations for 'year-round'
British English: year-round ADJECTIVE
Year-round is used to describe something that happens, exists, or is done throughout the year.
The island has a tropical climate with year-round sunshine.
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