zonal

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First attested 1865–70, from zone +‎ -al.

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zonal (comparative more zonal, superlative most zonal)

  1. divided into zones
  2. related to, associated with, or similar to zones
  3. roughly longitudinal movement of air or ocean currents (east to west, or west to east)

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French[edit]

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zonal (feminine singular zonale, masculine plural zonaux, feminine plural zonales)

  1. zonal
    Synonym: zonier

German[edit]

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  • IPA(key): [t͡soˈnaːl]
  • (file)
  • Rhymes: -aːl

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zonal (not comparable)

  1. zonal

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Portuguese[edit]

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zonal m or f (plural zonais, comparable)

  1. zonal (pertaining or relating to zones)
  2. (historical) having transversal colorful strips

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zonal (plural zonales)

  1. zonal