clime

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Etymology[edit]

Latin clima, from Ancient Greek κλίμα (klíma, (zone of) latitude, literally inclination), from κλίνω (klínō, to slope, incline). See also climate.

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Noun[edit]

clime (countable and uncountable, plural climes)

  1. A particular region defined by its weather or climate.
    After working hard all of his life, Max retired to warmer climes in Florida.
  2. Climate.
    A change of clime was exactly what the family needed.

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