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A masculine noun is used with masculine articles and adjectives (e.g. el hombre guapo, el sol amarillo).
1. (weather)
a. climate
El clima está cambiando y esto está produciendo un aumento en la temperatura del agua del océano.The climate is changing, producing an increase in temperature of the oceans' water.
Lo más difícil de haberme mudado a Chiang Mai fue acostumbrarme a un clima diferente.The hardest thing about moving to Chiang Mai was getting used to a different climate.
2. (environment)
a. atmosphere
El clima era tenso tras su pelea.The atmosphere was tense after their fight.
b. climate
La crisis financiera influye en el clima político.The financial crisis influences the political climate.
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A noun is a word referring to a person, animal, place, thing, feeling or idea (e.g. man, dog, house).
1. (atmosférico)
a. climate
clima continentalcontinental climate
clima mediterráneomediterranean climate
clima tropicaltropical climate
2. (ambiente)
a. atmosphere
las negociaciones se desarrollaron en un clima de distensiónthe talks took place in a relaxed atmosphere
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(Meteorología) climate; [de reunión] atmosphere; [de situación] climate
clima artificial (Latinoamérica) air conditioning
clima de opinión climate of public opinion
Parece que la crítica a la gestión de equipo liderado por Lozano tiene más que ver con un [clima de opinión] que con unas quejas concretas y precisas.
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