season

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Английский Язык - Турецкий язык
{i} sezon

Yağışlı sezon haziran ayında başlar. - The rainy season begins in June.

Tom yağışlı sezonu sevmez. - Tom doesn't like the rainy season.

{i} mevsim

Onun sahneye ilk çıkışı mevsimin en büyük sosyal olayı idi. - Her debut was the biggest social event of the season.

Bu, yılın en iyi mevsimi. - It's the best season of the year.

{f} baharatını katmak
deneyim kazandırmak
şiddetini azaltmak
çeşnilendirmek
(odun) iyice kurutmak
(odun) kurumak
süre

Benim sezon biletimin süresi 31 Martta doluyor. - My season ticket expires on March 31.

zaman

Vergi sezonu muhasebeciler için yılın en meşgul zamanıdır. - Tax season is a very busy time of year for accountants.

Yağışlı sezon ne zaman bitecek? - When will the rainy season be over?

(with ile)yemeğe baharat koymak
{f} lezzet ver
devre
yumuşatmak
uygun zaman
eğitmek
vakit
alıştırmak
dönem

İşin yoğun olduğu dönemde o otelde kalmak sana işin düşük olduğu dönemde kalmaktan çok daha fazlaya mal olacaktır. - It's going to cost you a lot more to stay at that hotel during high season than during low season.

{f} kurutmak
{f} olgunlaştırmak
{f} terbiyelemek
{f} alışmak
{f} çeşni katmak
lezzet vermek için baharat katmak
{f} kurumak
{i} mevsim: summer season yaz mevsimi
{f} olgunlaşmak
{f} tatlandırmak
keskinliğini veya sertliğini yumuşatmak
{i} zaman, mevsim: Cherries are in season now. Şimdi kiraz mevsimi
hunting season avlanmanın kısıt lanmadığı müddet
lezzet vermek
baharat katmak
etkinlik dönemi
sürem
seasoning
baharat

Bu baharatın acı bir tadı var. - This seasoning has a bitter taste.

Kim gerçekten açsa hiçbir baharata ihtiyacı olmaz. - Who's truly hungry don't need no seasoning.

seasoning
çeşni
season ticket
abonman bileti
season ticket
mevsimlik bilet
season final
sezon sonu
season finale
Sezon finali: bir televizyon dizisinin sezon sonunda yayınlanan son bölümü
season's greetings
Bayram, yılbaşı ve şaire tebriği
season production
(Ticaret) üretim sezonu
season ticket
sezonluk bilet
season ticket
abonman kartı
begin a new season
perdelerini açmak
seasoning
{i} terbiye
seasoning
kullanışa uygun hale getirme
fishing season
(Denizbilim) av mevsimi
flood season
sel sezonu
growing season
vejetasyon mevsimi
growing season
(Meteoroloji) büyüme mevsimi
heating season
ısıtma sezonu
peak season
(Turizm) yüksek sezon
seasoning
lezzet vererek
seasoning
bahar

Baharat tam sağlıklıydı. - The seasoning is just right.

Kim gerçekten açsa hiçbir baharata ihtiyacı olmaz. - Who's truly hungry don't need no seasoning.

shooting season
av mevsimi
shooting season
av sezonu
summer season
yaz mevsimi
throughout the season
mevsim boyunca
baseball season
beysbol sezonu
basketball season
basketbol sezonu
compliments of the season
yeni yıl tebriği
dead season
ölü mevsim
dead season
ölü sezon
dormant season
dinlenme dönemi
dormant season
kış dönemi
dull season
durgun mevsim
exhibition season
sergi sezonu
fire season
yangın mevsimi
fishing season
balık avlama mevsimi
football season
futbol sezonu
growing season
üreme mevsimi
hockey season
hokey dönemi
holiday season
tatil sezonu
hunting season
av sezonu
hunting season
av mevsimi
in good season
tam zamanında
in season
tam mevsimi
in season
olgun

Çilekler şimdi olgundur. - Strawberries are now in season.

mating season
ilkbahar
mating season
çiftleşme zamanı
off season
ölü sezon

Oteller ölü sezonda daha ucuzdur. - Hotels are cheaper in the off season.

open season
av mevsimi
out of season
satın alınmaz
out of season
mevsimsiz
out of season
yersiz
out of season
vakitsiz
peak season
yoğun sezon
rainy season
yağmurlu mevsim

Yağmurlu mevsim yaklaşıyor. - It'll soon be the rainy season.

Sence yağmurlu mevsim bu yıl erken başlayacak mı? - Do you think the rainy season will set in early this year?

rainy season
yağmur mevsimi

Yağmur mevsimi haziran sonuna doğru başlar. - The rainy season begins towards the end of June.

Yağmur mevsiminin yakında gelip gelmeyeceğini merak ediyorum. - I wonder if the rainy season isn't coming soon.

seasoned
eğitilmiş
seasoned
{f} lezzet ver
seasoned
(alanında) deneyimli
seasoning
yemeğe tat katan şey
seasoning
{f} lezzet ver
seasoning
{i} lezzet veren
spawning season
yumurtlama mevsimi
theatrical season
tiyatro sezonu
tourism season
turizm sezonu
tourist season
turizm sezonu
begin a new season
yeni bir sezona başlamak
blooming season
mevsim çiçek
breeding season
üreme mevsimi
compliments of the season
ıng. tebrikler
dry season
Kuru sezon
export season
ihracat mevsimi
hurricane season
kasırga sezonu
open season
(deyim) Bir kişi, grup ya da şeyin üzerine gidildiği, insafsızca eleştiridiği dönem

I don't think I realised that the cost of fame is that it's open season on every moment of your life.

open season on somebody
(deyim) Bir kişi, grup ya da şeyin üzerine gidildiği, insafsızca eleştiridiği dönem
out-of-season
mevsimsiz
peak tornado season
en yoğun hortum sezonu
seasoned
deneyimli

O deneyimli bir dedektif. - He's a seasoned investigator.

Erkek kardeşim deneyimli bir denizcidir. - My brother is a seasoned sailor.

seasons
mevsimin
slack season
bolluk sezonu
a word in season
yerinde söz
after season
mevsim sonu
be out of season
-in mevsimi bitmiş olmak
beginning of season
sezon başı
close season
kapalı sezon
close season
avlanma yasağı dönemi
closed season
avlanmanın yasak olduğu mevsim
come into season
(deyim) sezona girmek
come into season
(deyim) sezona başlamak
discount season
indirim sezonu
early in the season
turfanda olarak
early in the season
tam mevsiminde
enter the season
sezona girmek
fence season
av yasağı mevsimi
four season resort
(Turizm) dört mevsimlik tatil tesisi
high season
yüksek sezon
high season
işin en yoğun olduğu dönem
hunt out of season
av mevsimi dışında avlanmak
in due season
zamanı gelince
in due season
sırası gelince
in due season
uygun bir zamanda
in due season
müsait bir zamanda
irrigation season
sulama sezonu
irrigation season
sulama mevsimi
marketing season
(Ticaret) pazarlama mevsimi
marketing season
(Ticaret) satış mevsimi
mating season
çiftleşme mevsimi
mating season
çiftleşme dönemi
off season
durgun sezon
onset of a season
mevsiminin gelmesi
out of season
zamansız
outdoor season
açık hava sporları sezonu
pairing season
çiftleşme dönemi
peak season
en yoğun sezon
picking season
(Tarım) meyve toplama mevsimi
seasoned
olgun
seasoned
görmüş geçirmiş
seasoned
kurutulmuş
seasoned
lezzet verilmiş
seasoned
terbiyeli
seasoned
savaş görmüş
seasoned
baharatlı

Kaynar suya, baharat, baharatlı yağ ve biber ekleyin. - Add seasoning, seasoned oil, and chili, to the boiling water.

Baharatlı ekmek osuruğa neden olur. - The seasoned bread causes farts.

seasoned
{s} terbiyeli (yemek)
seasoned
{s} çeşnili
seasoner
baharat kullanan aşçı
seasoning
çeşnilenme/çeşni
seasoning
{i} çeşnilik, baharat
seasoning
sos
seasoning
yemeklere lezzet veren baharat
shipping season
(Ticaret) sevkiyat mevsimi
theatre season
(Tiyatro) tiyatro dönemi
transition season
(Tekstil) geçiş sezonu
unexpired season ticket
(Ticaret) süresi geçmemiş abonman
working season
çalışma mevsimi
zenith of the season
(Ticaret) tam mevsim
Английский Язык - Английский Язык
To flavour food with spices, herbs or salt
A group of episodes of a television or radio program broadcast in regular intervals with a long break between each group, usually with one year between the beginning of each

The third season of Friends aired from 1996 to 1997.

To become mature; to grow fit for use; to become adapted to a climate
the period over which a series of Test matches are played
Each of the four divisions of a year: spring, summer, autumn and winter
A part of a year when something particular happens: mating season, rainy season, football season
To make fit for any use by time or habit; to habituate; to accustom; to inure; to ripen; to mature; as, to season one to a climate
That which gives relish

You lack the season of all natures, sleep. Shakespeare.

To become dry and hard, by the escape of the natural juices, or by being penetrated with other substance; as, timber seasons in the sun
Hence, to prepare by drying or hardening, or removal of natural juices; as, to season timber
{v} to give a relish to, qualify, make fit
{n} a fourth part of the year, fit time, relish
The seasons are the main periods into which a year can be divided and which each have their own typical weather conditions. Autumn's my favourite season. the only region of Brazil where all four seasons are clearly defined. the rainy season
Some parts of the world have three seasons, the dry, the rainy, and the cold; other parts have but two, the dry and the rainy
lend flavor to; "Season the chicken breast after roasting it
The holiday or vacation season is the time when most people have their holiday. the peak holiday season There are discos and clubs but these are often closed out of season
caused mainly by the relative position of the earth with respect to the sun
A period of time not very long; a while; a time
To add flavor to foods -- in the form of salt, pepper, herbs, spices, vinegar, etc -- so that their taste is improved
If a female animal is in season, she is in a state where she is ready to have sex. Any of four divisions of the year according to consistent annual changes in the weather. In the Northern Hemisphere, winter formally begins on the winter solstice, December 21 or 22; spring on the vernal equinox, March 20 or 21; summer on the summer solstice, June 21 or 22; and fall (autumn) on the autumnal equinox, September 22 or
To copulate with; to impregnate
To enhance the flavor of foods by adding ingredients such as salt, pepper, and a variety of other herbs, and spices Also to treat a pan so it becomes non-stick
make fit; "This trip will season even the hardiest traveller"
lend flavor to; "Season the chicken breast after roasting it"
To render suitable or appropriate; to prepare; to fit
If you season food with salt, pepper, or spices, you add them to it in order to improve its flavour. Season the meat with salt and pepper I believe in seasoning food before putting it on the table
the change in temperature of a parts of a planet due to the variation of the location where the suns rays are most direct
To imbue; to tinge or taint
Exchange Company division of the weeks in a year into popular (Red), shoulder (White for RCI or Amber for II) and off peak (Blue for RCI or Green for II) for the calculation of trading power in exchanges Each resort may have different seasons depending on the geographic position etc
You can use season to refer to the period during each year when a particular activity or event takes place. For example, the planting season is the period when a particular plant or crop is planted. birds arriving for the breeding season
To add flavor to foods To coat the cooking surface of a new pot or pan with vegetable oil then heat in a 350 degree oven for about an hour This smoothes out the surface of new pots and pans, particularly cast-iron, and prevents foods from sticking
Syn: Dry To dry lumber and other wood items tothe desired final moisture content and stress condition for its intended use
To give token; to savor
You can use season to refer to the period when a particular fruit, vegetable, or other food is ready for eating and is widely available. The plum season is about to begin Now British asparagus is in season
A period of time made up of at least one game, and usually two or three A season represents a rejuvination of power Many spells and skills reset at the start of a new season The GM determines the season change Seasons a character has been in a specific guild direct affect that characters seniority in the guild
In the north temperate zone, four seasons, namely, spring, summer, autumn, and winter, are generally recognized
period of the year having a characteristic climate The change in seasons is mainly due to the change in attitude of the Earth's axis in relation to the Sun, and hence the position of the Sun in the sky at a particular place
One of the divisions of the year, marked by alterations in the length of day and night, or by distinct conditions of temperature, moisture, etc
a recurrent time marked by major holidays; "it was the Christmas season"
the racing season starts on August 1 and goes to 31 July To ensure easy entry conditions for age group racing, all horses have the season start date (August 1) as their official birthday
A season is a period in which a play or show, or a series of plays or shows, is performed in one place. a season of three new plays
That which gives relish; seasoning
You can use season to refer to a fixed period during each year when a particular sport is played. the baseball season It is his first race this season
{i} one of the four quarters of the year (winter, spring, summer, autumn); period of time characterized by a certain quality or event; time
make more temperate, acceptable, or suitable by adding something else; moderate; "she tempered her criticism"
The 2000 season begins in mid-May and ends in mid-October Polo matches are held at Tinicum Park every Saturday at 2: 00 P M , except on the weekend of July 4th or when there is heavy rain, extremely inclement weather or on days when the field is too wet On exceptionally hot days, a match can be postponed until later in the afternoon or early evening The status of each match is available via a recording on the Saturday Morning Polo Hot Line at (908) 966-3321
To fit for taste; to render palatable; to give zest or relish to; to spice; as, to season food
one of the natural periods into which the year is divided by the equinoxes and solstices or atmospheric conditions; "the regular sequence of the seasons"
approximately three-month period bounded by an equinox and a solstice
an amount of games to be played within a specific time span The regular season are the preliminaries for the playoffs Each season is made up of 47 games
This is used both in the conventional sense as one of the Seasons of the year, which are the main unit of time for Laboratory work by magi; and, it is also a spell Duration Spells with a Season duration last until the next solstice or equinox which ever comes first
A division of the year according to some regularly recurring phenomena, usually astronomical or climatic For example, in the Northern Hemisphere, winter is said to begin on the winter solstice and end on the vernal equinox when spring begins, covering the months of December, January, and February In the tropics, there is the dry and the rainy season, depending on the amount of precipitation
To qualify by admixture; to moderate; to temper
If wood is seasoned, it is made suitable for making into furniture or for burning, usually by being allowed to dry out gradually. Ensure that new wood has been seasoned. see also seasoned, seasoning
A season of films is several of them shown as a series because they are connected in some way. a brief season of films in which Artaud appeared
Hence, to fit for enjoyment; to render agreeable
a part of the year which has its own characteristic weather In the tropics, where it is always warm, there are wet seasons and dry seasons Elsewhere the seasons (summer, autumn, winter and spring) are based on temperature
To fit for any use by time or habit; to habituate; to accustom; to inure; to ripen; to mature; as, to season one to a climate
Hence, a period of time, especially as regards its fitness for anything contemplated or done; a suitable or convenient time; proper conjuncture; as, the season for planting; the season for rest
The name given to a period during each year when there is a change in length of daylight, such as spring, summer, autumn and winter
In the Southern Hemisphere, the dates of onset of summer and winter are reversed, as are those of spring and fall
a period of the year marked by special events or activities in some field; "he celebrated his 10th season with the ballet company"; "she always looked forward to the avocado season"
{f} spice, flavor; accustom, acclimatize; cause another person to become experienced; become experienced; dry wood in preparation for use
add salt, pepper, herbs, spices or other seasonings to a food
a period of time, usually when something specific occurs; for example, any of the four times of year characterized by differences or changes, as in plant growth and temperature
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season creep
A small but significant tendency for spring to start earlier and for autumn to end later; the result of global warming
season finale
The promotional or advertisement term used to describe the final episode of a season of a television program, usually a situation comedy or drama
season ticket
A ticket that is valid for all of the events in a series of related events for which individual tickets would otherwise be needed
season tickets
plural form of season ticket
season's greetings
A non-religious greeting uttered by well-wishers near the winter/solstice holiday period
season final
A season finale (British English "last in the series"; Australian English "season final") is the final episode of a season of a television program. This is often the final episode to be produced for a few months or longer, and, as such, will try to attract viewers to continue watching when the series begins again
season finale
A season finale (British English "last in the series"; Australian English "season final") is the final episode of a season of a television program. This is often the final episode to be produced for a few months or longer, and, as such, will try to attract viewers to continue watching when the series begins again
season ticket
ticket which is valid for the entire season
season ticket
A season ticket is a ticket that you can use repeatedly during a certain period, without having to pay each time. You can buy season tickets for things such as buses, trains, regular sporting events, or theatre performances. We went to renew our monthly season ticket. A ticket valid for a specified period of time, as for a series of performances or for transportation between designated points. a ticket that allows you to make a lot of journeys during a particular period of time, or go to all the games, concerts etc being held during a particular time. Season tickets cost less than it would cost to buy a ticket for each journey, game etc
season's greetings
{i} holiday greetings, greetings commonly used during the Christmas season during the months of December and January when other holidays are also celebrated (such as Hanukkah, Kwanzaa, etc,)
Christmas season
The winter season starting around Thanksgiving (typically Black Friday) and ending at or about New Year's Eve
Christmas season
The period at the end of the year when retailers promote Christmas shopping opportunities
Christmas season
Advent, the period from Advent Sunday (inclusive) through the start of Epiphany
Christmas season
Christmastide, the Twelve Days of Christmas, starting on Christmas Day and ending on Epiphany, January 6
Christmas season
Yuletide
dry season
Any season in which little rain falls; used especially in the tropics where it alternates with the rainy season
festive season
The period around Christmas and New Year
high season
In the tourist industry, the period of highest demand. In a sun and sand resort this means the hottest months, whereas in a ski resort, this means the coldest months
holiday season
The period of the late fall and early winter when several holidays occur, such as American Thanksgiving, Christmas, New Year's Day, Hanukkah, and Kwanzaa

What are your plans for the holiday season?.

learning season
Any time or occasion suitable or natural for gaining understanding, values, wisdom, knowledge, or skill
low season
In the tourist industry, the period of lowest demand. In a sun and sand resort this means the coldest and wettest months, whereas in a ski resort, this means the warmest months
mating season
A time of the year during which members of a certain species of animal tend to mate
mid season form
Alternative spelling of mid-season form
mid season forms
plural form of mid season form
mid-season form
Peak form, optimal form, excellent form
mid-season forms
plural form of mid-season form
off-season
Period of time when regular competitions are not being held, or when an athlete is not participation in competitions

Alternating off-season and precontest cycles in bodybuilding over a period of years will result in the relatively quick development of a championship physique.

off-season
That part of the year when business is most slack and there are fewest clients or visitors
peak season
In the tourist industry, the period of highest demand
rainy season
The part of the year when most of the rain falls
seasoned
Simple past tense and past participle of season
seasoned
Experienced, especially in terms of a profession or a hobby
seasoning
Present participle of season
seasoning
A coat of burnt soot inside a cooking vessel, which has formed over repeated use, and which renders the surface non sticking
shoulder season
(travel industry) the time between high and low season in a travel market, or, if the market is divided into four segments, the time just below high season
silly season
A period, usually during the summertime, when news media tend to place increased emphasis on reporting light-hearted, offbeat, or bizarre stories

The Brits call it the silly season. In Germany the media call it the Sommerloch, literally the summer hole. What they are referring to is the fact that when politicians and businesspeople close up shop and go away for the major European summer holidays, the number of serious news stories tends to diminish—meaning desperate hacks need to find something else to fill the hole.

silly season
A period of time, as during a holiday season or a political campaign, in which the behavior of an individual or group tends to become uncharacteristically frivolous, mirthful, or eccentric

Over time, the silly season in Catholic liturgy that peaked in the 1970s—clown masses (with the priest vested as Bozo or somesuch), free-for-all prayers that ignored the prescribed rite, dreadful pop music, inept liturgical dance, a general lack of decorum—began to recede.

wet season
The part of the year when most of the rain falls
seasoner
{n} one who seasons or gives a relish
seasoning
{n} that which gives a relish, a trial
open season
The period during which it is legal to hunt or catch game or fish
open season
Informal. A time of unrestrained harassment, criticism, or attack: “By 1950 it was open season on Communists and their fellow travelers” (Boston)
open season
The annual period when restrictions on the killing of certain types of wildlife, especially for sport, are lifted
open season
(deyim) (Fig.) A period of time when people criticize or unfairly treat a particular person or group of people

1. It seems as if it's always open season on politicians. At the news conference, it was open season on the mayor.

open season on somebody
(deyim) (Fig.) A period of time when people criticize or unfairly treat a particular person or group of people

1. It seems as if it's always open season on politicians. At the news conference, it was open season on the mayor.

slack season
Period of inactivity in business when there is very little work to be done
London Season
a series of social events held every year in or near London and attended by people from the highest social class. In the past, this was an important part of life for the British upper class, and it is often mentioned in literature, but it is much less important now. It includes parties for debutantes, and several well-known sports events, including Royal Ascot, and the Henley Regatta
baseball season
the season when baseball is played
basketball season
the season when basketball is played
blooming season
time of year when flowers bloom, spring
busy season
time of the year which is popular, period of time during which there is a high amount of work to be done
close season
close sea·son in AM, use closed season In football and some other sports, the close season is the period of the year when the sport is not played professionally. Football clubs have been busy in the close season transfer market
closed season
another form of close season
compliments of the season
courteous greeting for the holiday season
dead season
quiet season, time period when nothing happens, quiet time of year (for businesses, tourism, etc.)
demi season
{s} (French) of or pertaining to in-between seasons (usually relates to clothing)
dry season
time of year when there is no or little rainfall, summer, days of heat
dry season
one of the two seasons in tropical climates
end of season
{i} end of one of the four quarters of the year (winter, spring, summer, autumn)
end of season sale
price reductions that occur at the end of a season
exhibition season
the time before the regular games begin when football or baseball teams play practice games
festive season
People sometimes refer to the Christmas period as the festive season. = Christmas
first rain of the season
first rain, first rainfall of the season
fishing season
the season during which it is legal to catch fish
fishing season
{i} season during which it is allowed by law to catch fish
football season
the season when football is played
for a season
for a certain period of time
fruit picking season
time of year when fruit is gathered for consumption or sale
game season
time of year in which certain ball games are played
growing season
the season during which a crop grows best
growing season
The growing season in a particular country or area is the period in each year when the weather and temperature is right for plants and crops to grow. Period of the year, also called frost-free season, during which growing conditions for native vegetation and cultivated crops are the most favourable. It usually becomes shorter as distance from the equator increases. In equatorial and tropical regions the growing season ordinarily lasts all year; at higher latitudes (e.g., the tundra), it may last as little as two months or less. It also varies according to elevation above sea level: higher elevations tend to have shorter growing seasons
high season
the season when travel is most active and rates are highest; "they traveled to Europe in high season
high season
busy season, season during which something is in demand, period of time during which there is a high level of business or activity
high season
The high season is the time of year when a place has most tourists or visitors. A typical high-season week in a chalet costs about £470. low season. the time of year when businesses make a lot of money and prices are high, especially in the tourist industry = peak season low season
high-season
the most active period; "high season is most expensive
hockey season
the season when hockey is played
holiday season
period of time containing at least two holidays
holiday season
a time when many people take holidays
hunting season
time of year during which hunting animals is permitted
hunting season
the season during which it is legal to kill a particular species
in good season
soon enough, early enough
in season
at the right time, opportunely; ripe, ready; timely
in season and out of season
at all times, in good times and bad
last season
most recent season past, season that just ended
low season
The low season is the time of year when a place receives the fewest visitors, and fares and holiday accommodation are often cheaper. Prices drop to £315 in the low season. the time of year when fewer people are on holiday and there is less business for hotels etc, and prices are usually lower than normal = off-season   high season
mating season
time of year when animals breed
off season
The off season is the time of the year when a particular sport is not played. He has coached and played in Italy during the Australian off-season. intensive off-season training. season Off season is also an adverb. To stay fit off season, I play tennis or football
off season
The off season is the time of the year when not many people go on holiday and when things such as hotels and plane tickets are often cheaper. It is possible to vacation at some of the more expensive resorts if you go in the off-season Although it was off-season, the hotel was fully occupied. off-season prices. = low season high season Off season is also an adverb. Times become more flexible off-season, especially in the smaller provincial museums
off-season
the season when travel is least active and rates are lowest not in the most active period; "off-season hotel rates are lower
off-season
a the time of year when not many people are taking holidays = low season high season in the off-season
off-season
the season when travel is least active and rates are lowest
off-season
{i} dead season, dry season, period of decrease in the scope of activities, season of decreased demand
off-season
not in the most active period; "off-season hotel rates are lower"
open season
The period of time during which it is legal to fish for a given species
open season
A specific period in which customers may elect a certain type of service Pacific Gas and Electric Company holds open seasons for firm transportation service, for core-subscription service and for noncore storage service
open season
Open seasons are held annually for FEHBP and semi-annually for TSP During the annual FEHBP open season, you may enroll, change health plans or options, cancel your FEHBP enrollment and waive or begin participation in health coverage You must meet certain requirements to make changes to your enrollment outside of open season During semi-annual TSP open seasons, employees may change the dollar amount or percentage being withheld from their pay and contributed to their TSP account
open season
hunting season, time when hunting is allowed
orange season
time of year when oranges grow and mature
out of season
not in season; not the right time
rainy season
days of rainfall, season with the most rainfall
rainy season
one of the two seasons in tropical climates
seasoned
Wood that has been dried to a certain moisture content to improve its serviceability According to the grading standards of the Western Wood Products Assoc , seasoned softwood lumber is defined as having a moisture content of 19 percent (ovendry basis) or less (17)
seasoned
You can use seasoned to describe a person who has a lot of experience of something. For example, a seasoned traveller is a person who has travelled a lot. He began acting with the confidence of a seasoned performer
seasoned
rendered competent through trial and experience; "troops seasoned in combat"; "a seasoned traveler"; "veteran steadiness"; "a veteran officer"
seasoned
aged or processed; "seasoned wood
seasoned
refers to fuel wood that has been allowed to dry before burning Seasoning generally takes six to 12 months Wood burns much easier when its moisture content has been reduced Freshly cut woods contains over 20% water
seasoned
When referring to a book of business, refers to a book that is made up of insureds who have had insurance through a program for a long period
seasoned
Refers to a security which has been outstanding in the secondary market for over 90 days
seasoned
Past tense of to season
seasoned
aged or processed; "seasoned wood"
seasoned
Securities owned by a participant in the secondary (retail) market
seasoned
Seasoning relates to the length of time payments have been made on a mortgage note A mortgage note and note are seasoned if many payment shave been received in a timely manner Buyers will have their own ideas as to how many payments make for a seasoned mortgage, but a year's worth is fairly well seasoned In that time, the payor will have established his/her financial ability to make the payments on a consistent basis
seasoned
A mortgage industry term that describes the aging process underlying collateral It refers to mortgages, which are at least 30 months old and are expected to have relatively stable prepayment rates Contrast with green
seasoned
In the case of equity, having gained a reputation for quality with the investing public and enjoying liquidity in the secondary market; in the case of convertibles, having traded for at least 90 days after issue in Europe, and thus available for sale legally to U S investors
seasoned
For seasoned equity, having gained a reputation for quality with the investing public and enjoying liquidity in the secondary market; when applied to convertibles, having traded for at least 90 days after issued in Europe, and is thus available for sale legally to U S investors
seasoned
{s} spiced; veteran, experienced; dried, hardened
seasoned
Syn: Dried Lumber or older wood products that have been dried to a moisture content below that of green wood
seasoned
having been given flavor (as by seasoning)
seasoned
A term referring to a land contract or mortgage, indicating that payments have been made regularly over a period of time, and that the contract or mortgage is not a new one
seasoner
{i} one who adds spices; one who accustoms; one who causes another person to become experienced; one who dries wood in preparation for use
seasoner
One who, or that which, seasons, or gives a relish; a seasoning
seasoner
a cook who uses seasonings; "the cook is a light seasoner
seasoning
The length of time payments have been made on a note or other debt instrument
seasoning
That which is added to any species of food, to give it a higher relish, as salt, spices, etc
seasoning
The process of drying timber to a moisture content appropriate for the conditions and purposes for which it is to be used Air-dried - Dried by exposure to air, usually in a yard, without artificial heat Kiln-dried - Dried in a kiln with the use of artificial heat
seasoning
The act or process by which anything is seasoned
seasoning
See: Drying
seasoning
Seasoning is salt, pepper, or other spices that are added to food to improve its flavour. Mix the meat with the onion, carrot, and some seasoning. salt, pepper, spices etc that give food a more interesting taste
seasoning
Removing moisture from green wood in order to improve its serviceability
seasoning
a process of bringing temperature and/or moisture content of a material to printing room levels after storage under different atmospheric conditions of temperature and humidity
seasoning
The process of removing the moisture from green wood to improve its workability and stability
seasoning
{i} spice, substance added to food to improve flavor; act of adding spices or condiments
seasoning
The process of drying lumber either naturally, or in a kiln, to a moisture content appropriate for the conditions and purposes for which it is to be used
seasoning
Dried by exposure to air, usually in a yard without artificial heat
seasoning
The age of accounts In the ABS market, this term refers to the fact that various asset types have different seasoning patterns, which are characterized by periods of rising and then declining losses
seasoning
The maturing of a mortgage, the length of time that has passed since origination
seasoning
Removing moisture from green wood to improve its serviceability
seasoning
Hence, something added to enhance enjoyment or relieve dullness; as, wit is the seasoning of conversation
seasoning
something added to food primarily for the savor it imparts
seasoning
the act of adding a seasoning to food
seasoning
something used to add taste or flavour to food, such as a condiment, herb or spice
seasoning
a condiment
seasons
n Four special, nonidentical tiles, each associated with one Wind The are set aside as soon as drawn, replaced with a Loose Tile They are not used in melds, but do give points and possibly Doubles There exists another set of almost identical tiles called Flowers
seasons
Summer = Q2 & Q3; Winter = Q4 & Q1
seasons
Spring Summer Fall Winter Garden Calendar
seasons
plural of season
seasons
third-person singular of season
seasons
Advent, Christmastide, Epiphany, Lent, Pentecost
seasons
Changes in average temperature and length of day that result from the tilt of Earth's (or any planet's) axis with respect to the plane of its orbit
seasons
specific periods in the year when a particular area or region can be fished
seasons
The cruise yacht year knows two seasons, summer and winter
seasons
Time periods generally based on the changes in the intensity and duration of sunlight as received in the middle and high latitudes Four seasons are normally recognized: Spring; Summer; Fall; and Winter The astronomical definition is more precise and suggests the following time periods for the four seasons: Spring - March 22 to June 21; Summer - June 22 to September 22; Fall - September 23 to December 22; and Winter - December 23 to March 21
shooting season
time of year in which hunting takes place
silly season
a time usually late summer characterized by exaggerated news stories about frivolous matters for want of real news
Турецкий язык - Английский Язык

Определение season в Турецкий язык Английский Язык словарь

ölü mevsim dead season
(the months when a business' trade is slack)
season

    Расстановка переносов

    sea·son

    Турецкое произношение

    sizın

    Антонимы

    cook plain

    Произношение

    /ˈsēzən/ /ˈsiːzən/

    Этимология

    [ 'sE-z&n ] (noun.) 14th century. Middle English sesoun, seson "time of the year" from Old French seson, seison "time of sowing, seeding" from Latin satiōnem, accusative of satiō "act of sowing, planting" from satum, past participle of serere "to sow, plant" from Proto-Indo-European *seh₁- (“to sow, plant”). Akin to Old English sāwan "to sow", Old English sǣd "seed". Displaced native Middle English sele "season" (from Old English sǣl "season, time, occasion"), Middle English tide, yeartide "season, time of year" (from Old English tīd "time, period, yeartide, season").

    Времена

    seasons, seasoning, seasoned

    Видео

    ... quiet the high season ...
    ... them the season after. ...

    Слово дня

    amative
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