Noun(1) the weather in some location averaged over some long period of time
(1) It is a veritable tribute to the two communities that thrive in the warm and balmy climes of the island nation.(2) They immediately headed south to the continent's sunnier climes .(3) In 2,500 BC, primitive agriculture was difficult enough to practise in nice, warm climes .(4) The coffee bean, as you may know, comes from an evergreen tree that thrives in subtropical climes .(5) Winter is a wonderful time for birdwatching, thanks to the surge of shivering Greenlanders who flock to our more temperate climes .
1. climate ::
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