English version

clime

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishclimeclime /klaΙͺm/ noun [countable usually plural] literary πŸ”Š πŸ”Š WEATHERa place that has a particular type of climate πŸ”Š sunnier climes
Examples from the Corpus
climeβ€’ Creatures born in the rugged environments of arctic climes must deal with the unpredictable variations that nature is always throwing at them.β€’ In the next year, the 49ers will be looking for a new camp in one of the more moderate climes.β€’ They retired to sunnier climes.β€’ Yet they can only survive in warm or temperate climes, and it would be to their advantage to grow bigger.β€’ Lamb seems a natural choice in the winter clime.
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