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summertime

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: Chronology
summertimesum‧mer‧time /ˈsʌmətaɪm $ -ər-/ noun [uncountable] 🔊 🔊 TMCthe season when it is summerin (the) summertime 🔊 It doesn’t rain much in the summertime. British Summer Time
Examples from the Corpus
summertimeAround here, summertime is mapped out weeks and months in advance.The lane between Somersby and Harrington is very harrow and, in summertime, shaded by dark green foliage.In summertime trains run as often as every ten minutes taking holiday-makers through to the popular resort.It details the lazy relaxed summertime pursuits in the small town.But my native air in the summertime a combination of heat and damp and green-is like air that has already been breathed.Companies that make candy in the summertime also use the machines.Sometimes you hear her singing, in the summertime.In the summertime, we had a bus come regularly and we used to take the residents out, just a few.in (the) summertimeBut my native air in the summertime a combination of heat and damp and green-is like air that has already been breathed.Other work included gardening in the grounds, and in the summertime farmers would take away parties for pea-picking and potato-picking.The lane between Somersby and Harrington is very harrow and, in summertime, shaded by dark green foliage.Companies that make candy in the summertime also use the machines.No one knew then nor knows now why polio erupted in the summertime, though clearly it did.Perhaps there wasn't an affair going on - and perhaps it didn't rain in Indianapolis in the summertime.Sometimes you hear her singing, in the summertime.
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