subtemperate
adjective Date: 1852 of or occurring in the colder parts of the temperate zones

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  • subtemperate — [sub tem′pər it] adj. of or occurring in the colder areas of the temperate zones …   English World dictionary

  • subtemperate — |səb+ adjective Etymology: sub + temperate 1. : slightly temperate : somewhat less than typically temperate a subtemperate climate 2. : of or relating to the colder parts of the temperate zones * * * /sub tem peuhr it/, adj. of, pertaining to, or …   Useful english dictionary

  • subtemperate — /sub tem peuhr it/, adj. of, pertaining to, or occurring in the colder parts of the Temperate Zone. [1850 55; SUB + TEMPERATE] * * * …   Universalium

  • subtemperate — sub·temperate …   English syllables

  • subtemperate — sub•tem•per•ate [[t]sʌbˈtɛm pər ɪt[/t]] adj. mer of, pertaining to, or occurring in the colder parts of the Temperate Zone • Etymology: 1850–55 …   From formal English to slang

  • subtemperate — /sʌbˈtɛmpərət/ (say sub tempuhruht), / prət/ (say pruht) adjective relating to or occurring in the colder parts of the Temperate Zone …   Australian English dictionary

  • crowberry — noun Date: 1597 1. an evergreen subshrub (Empetrum nigrum of the family Empetraceae) of subtemperate regions with an inedible tasteless black berry 2. the fruit of a crowberry …   New Collegiate Dictionary

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  • Rhinanthus alectorolophus — Zottiger Klappertopf Zottiger Klappertopf (links) und Kleiner Klappertopf (rechts) Systematik Klasse …   Deutsch Wikipedia

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