Translation of dog days in Spanish:

dog days

plural noun

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    the dog days la canícula literary
    • The dog days of January and February have set in.
    • Fortunately, even in the slow dog days of summer, quality rock music is an unstoppable force.
    • At this time of year, in the dog days of winter, it's really nice to perk up jaded taste buds by injecting a bit of zest into your cooking.
    • We knew that because we played our medium to small sized stadium gigs during the dog days of the third Thatcher term.
    • It comes to mind now because the 2001 season is about to enter the dog days, and while we don't know yet who the winners will be come October, we can identify the losers.