seasonal

Seasonal vs Kigo - What's the difference?

seasonal | kigo |


As nouns the difference between seasonal and kigo

is that seasonal is anything that is seasonal, such as a financial trend, a product for sale, or an employee while kigo is (poetry) a seasonal word; a word required in haiku to indicate the season.

As an adjective seasonal

is of, related to or reliant on a season or period of the year, especially with regard to weather characteristics.

Seasonal vs Gangmaster - What's the difference?

seasonal | gangmaster |


As nouns the difference between seasonal and gangmaster

is that seasonal is anything that is seasonal, such as a financial trend, a product for sale, or an employee while gangmaster is a person who employs, and directs the labour of, temporary or migratory labourers, especially for seasonal agricultural work.

As an adjective seasonal

is of, related to or reliant on a season or period of the year, especially with regard to weather characteristics.

Seasonal vs Autumnal - What's the difference?

seasonal | autumnal | Hypernyms |

Seasonal is a hypernym of autumnal.


As adjectives the difference between seasonal and autumnal

is that seasonal is of, related to or reliant on a season or period of the year, especially with regard to weather characteristics while autumnal is of or relating to autumn.

As a noun seasonal

is anything that is seasonal, such as a financial trend, a product for sale, or an employee.

Seasonal vs Yearlong - What's the difference?

seasonal | yearlong |


As adjectives the difference between seasonal and yearlong

is that seasonal is of, related to or reliant on a season or period of the year, especially with regard to weather characteristics while yearlong is lasting one year, or approximately so; of or relating to a timespan of one year.

As a noun seasonal

is anything that is seasonal, such as a financial trend, a product for sale, or an employee.

As an adverb yearlong is

per year (mostly used to discuss animal farming).

Unseasonal vs Seasonal - What's the difference?

unseasonal | seasonal | Antonyms |

Seasonal is an antonym of unseasonal.

Unseasonal is an antonym of seasonal.


As adjectives the difference between unseasonal and seasonal

is that unseasonal is not normal, appropriate, or expected for the season or time of year while seasonal is of, related to or reliant on a season or period of the year, especially with regard to weather characteristics.

Weather vs Seasonal - What's the difference?

weather | seasonal |


As a noun weather

is the short term state of the atmosphere at a specific time and place, including the temperature, humidity, cloud cover, precipitation, wind, etc.

As a verb weather

is to expose to the weather, or show the effects of such exposure, or to withstand such effects.

As a adjective seasonal is

of, related to or reliant on a season or period of the year, especially with regard to weather characteristics.

Year vs Seasonal - What's the difference?

year | seasonal |


As a noun year

is the time it takes the earth to complete one revolution of the sun (between 36524 and 36526 days depending on the point of reference).

As a adjective seasonal is

of, related to or reliant on a season or period of the year, especially with regard to weather characteristics.

Period vs Seasonal - What's the difference?

period | seasonal |


As adjectives the difference between period and seasonal

is that period is appropriate for a given historical era while seasonal is of, related to or reliant on a season or period of the year, especially with regard to weather characteristics.

As a interjection period

is (chiefly|north america) and nothing else; and nothing less; used for emphasis.

As a noun period

is (obsolete|medicine) the length of time for a disease to run its course.

As a verb period

is (obsolete|intransitive) to come to a period; to conclude.

What is the difference between seasonal and season?

seasonal | season | Derived terms |

Seasonal is a derived term of season.


As a adjective seasonal

is of, related to{{,}} or reliant on a season or period of the year, especially with regard to weather characteristics.

As a noun season is

each of the four divisions of a year: spring, summer, autumn and winter; yeartide.

As a verb season is

to flavour food with spices, herbs or salt.

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