year round


year round
(all) year round during the whole year.

The farm is open to the public year round on weekends.

In the Southwest, it's a lot easier to get outside all year round.


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  • year-round — adjective happening, continuing, or available through the whole year: year round low prices ╾ ,year round adverb: The service is available year round …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • year-round — year′ round′ adj. 1) continuing, available, used, etc., throughout the year: a year round vacation spot[/ex] 2) throughout the year • Etymology: 1920–25 year′ round′er, n …   From formal English to slang

  • year-round — [yir′round′] adj. open, in use, operating, etc. throughout the year adv. throughout the year [to travel year round] …   English World dictionary

  • year-round — • year round • year around adj Usable, effective, or operating all the year. Colorado is a year round resort; there is fishing in the summer and skiing in the winter …   Словарь американских идиом

  • year-round — adj [usually before noun] happening or continuing through the whole year ▪ a year round supply of fresh fruit …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • year-round — year round; year round·er; …   English syllables

  • year-round — /year rownd /, adj. continuing, active, operating, etc., throughout the year: a year round vacation spot. Also, year around. [1920 25] * * * …   Universalium

  • year-round — ► ADJECTIVE ▪ happening or continuing throughout the year …   English terms dictionary

  • year-round|er — «YIHR ROWN duhr», noun. Informal. a person who lives in a place all year long …   Useful english dictionary

  • year-round — ADJ: ADJ n Year round is used to describe something that happens, exists, or is done throughout the year. Cuba has a tropical climate with year round sunshine. ADV: ADV with cl Year round is also an adverb. They work 7 days a week year round …   English dictionary