Translation of season in Spanish:


estación, n.

Pronunciation /ˈsizən//ˈsiːz(ə)n/


  • 1

    (division of year)
    estación feminine
    the four seasons las cuatro estaciones
    • The fruit of apple trees can prove invaluable to different species of wildlife throughout the autumn and winter seasons.
    • We are two-thirds of the way through the winter season without any cold weather or significant snowfall.
    • Flowers, for instance, give pleasure, because they are predictors of fruit later in the season.
    • The following table provides a useful guide to fluctuations in pollen levels in Ireland during the spring, summer and autumn seasons.
    • Further, grizzly bear switch resource preferences as the spring, summer, and autumn seasons progress.
    • This meant that the Native Americans were no longer ruled by the seasons when planning their food supply.
    • She's out to capture the gigantic and ephemeral movements of weather, seasons and daylight.
    • We may still be in the season of spring but summer faithfully follows and forward planning is all important.
    • Her life in Temuka was lived in seasons and catching the food associated with that season.
    • Now most places in the world you have four seasons; winter, spring, summer, fall but not so in Barbados.
    • They also learnt not to worry about quiet times in the summer as the winter season is so busy.
    • It defies the cold grip of the season by indulging in festivity.
    • The species change with the seasons and conditions.
    • We are doing different things with different foods as the season changes.
    • But it's both the changing seasons and special events that bring repeat visitors.
    • When I think of Earth, I think of the variety of the land we have and how it relates to the four major seasons, winter, spring, summer and autumn.
    • The temperate regions of southern Australia have four seasons, with cool winters and hot summers.
    • Let's see it sorted out before we revert to the predicted cycle of wet autumn/winter/spring seasons.
    • Meanwhile, meteorologists predicted typical for the winter season weather in January.
    • Greyfriars Municipal Arts Gallery is changing its opening hours for the autumn season.
  • 2

    • 2.1(for specific activity, event, crop)

      temporada feminine
      the soccer season la temporada de fútbol
      • the harvest season la cosecha
      • the mating season el celo
      • the cherry season la época / la temporada de las cerezas
      • the Christmas season (Christmas etc) las Navidades
      • the season of goodwill (Christmas etc) las Navidades
      • Season's greetings! ¡Felices fiestas!
      • the end of season sales las rebajas / liquidaciones de fin de temporada
      • How much money do you plan to spend this upcoming holiday season?
      • We shift the menu around to accommodate the best food of the season.
      • And straight ahead, it's been a disastrous hurricane season so far, and it's not over yet.
      • There has been much back slapping and praise over the fact that we have grown enough food this farming season.
      • Most of the striking laborers are young people from Quebec and other provinces who come for the fruit picking season.
      • We need to extend the season for local foods in cold climates with preservation.
      • The season of festive goodwill to all men produces a bonanza for family lawyers.
      • Here, we look at four foods just coming into season, and why they should be part of your early summer diet.
      • Right now the new season's lamb is available from the south of England.
      • A variety of special articles are featured during religious festival seasons.
      • Annuals are flowers that bloom only once; their whole lifetime lasts just one growing season.
      • The culminating night of the season will also feature a fireworks spectacular.
      • Their diet changes with the seasons as different food sources become available.
      • Shiva is offered special food made from the fruits of the season, root vegetables, and coconuts, during ritual worship.
      • In this tropical climate, there is a rainy, monsoon season from May to October.
      • Vegetation, on the other hand, can follow the climatic seasons.
      • New anti-terrorism measures will increase security costs just as the peak summer travel season approaches.
      • He is like a tree planted by streams of water that yields its fruit in its season, and its leaf does not wither.
      • You know you've reached the peak of the garden vegetable season when the runner beans arrive.
      • Potted peppers often have a tendency to dry out faster, drop blossoms and even stop producing fruit after a few seasons.
      • Scented spring white wines work wonderfully well with the new season's vegetables
      • Father X is not a fan of the modern season and its attendant festivities.
      • In areas where growing seasons are short, bloom seasons are also short.
      • How bad is this year's flu season going to be?
      • Severe stress early in the season can reduce fruit set, and later stress reduces berry size.
      • With half of the season already over, fruit lovers feel they have to wait till next year to enjoy the delicious mangoes.
      • This season's highlights include events that people have been looking forward to for years.
      • Some birds may remain paired year round, but pair bonds typically last a single breeding season.
      • Those managing the illegal operations say that the rainy season is the peak period for removing trees from the forest.
      • The best vegetables are coming into season, I love sprouts, parsnips, swede, squash and pumpkins.
      • The fruit season can be from June through March with the highest yield from August to December.
      • The rainy season has already begun, making access to displaced families increasingly difficult.
      • This is when the fruit of the previous seasons is harvested.
      • Is this really the best thing Foer has to do during one of the biggest events of the campaign season?
      • The drama of Holy Week stands squarely between the seasons of Lent and Easter.
      • The months slid by and the frozen fruit was still waiting when this season's fruit arrived at the greengrocer.
      • By contrast, Alias has built an entire season around the blessed event.
      • Based on previous years' statistics, the coming summer holiday season will see dozens more.
      • These trees provide fruit only during certain seasons, but last forever.
      • I am quite tough with myself when it comes to eating food out of season.

    • 2.2(suitable for tourism)

      temporada feminine
      the tourist season la temporada turística
      • at the height of the season en plena temporada
      • high/low season temporada alta/baja

    • 2.3(in social calendar)

      the season temporada en la que tienen lugar los acontecimientos sociales más destacados del año

  • 3

    Television Music Cinema Theatre
    temporada feminine
    after a season in Brighton, the play moved to London después de una temporada en Brighton, la obra fue llevada a Londres
    • a season of Buñuel films un ciclo de películas de Buñuel
    • an Australian season un ciclo de películas (/ obras etc. ) australianas
  • 4

    (of fresh food, game)
    in season en celo
    • cherries are in season es época / temporada de cerezas
    • fruits in season fruta del tiempo
    • venison is not in season no es temporada de venado
    • (few tourists) off season (few tourists) en temporada baja
    • before noun off-season prices precios de temporada baja
    • out of season (of fresh food, few tourists) fuera de temporada

transitive verb

  • 1

    (with salt and pepper) salpimentar
  • 2

    (wood) secar
    (wood) curar