all-weather

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all-weather (not comparable)

  1. Not affected by climatic conditions; capable of normal operation regardless of precipitation, wind, sun, etc.
    “It is not something that can be just time-limited, it has to be as they say, ‘all-weather”. The Express 7 june 2018

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