Meaning of seasonally in English:


Pronunciation /ˈsiːzənəli/


  • 1At a particular season of the year.

    ‘seasonally employed agricultural labourers’
    • ‘seasonally flooded grassland’
    • ‘some woodcreepers breed seasonally’
    • ‘The Ohio soil resource includes a number of wet, seasonally saturated soils.’
    • ‘Where labour is only available seasonally, you'll eliminate many choices about crops or livestock.’
    • ‘It is advisable to rotate insecticides periodically, at least seasonally.’
    • ‘It's a comparison of natural service and artificial insemination in seasonally calving dairy herds.’
    • ‘Sited on a wooded hill overlooking the valley, the house is clad in steel, with its rusty appearance matching colours in the seasonally changing landscape.’
    • ‘The amount of daylight varies seasonally as the sun's predominant position in the sky changes.’
    • ‘All 13 of the populations that can digest dairy yet live in areas that are primarily lactose intolerant were historically migratory groups that moved seasonally.’
    • ‘Those species have a hard time persisting in the seasonally inundated prairies dispersed across much of the Everglades ecosystem.’
    • ‘The habitat is a seasonally saturated swale maintained by periodic mowing and herbicide treatment of woody coppice.’
    • ‘These swifts are not migratory, although they will make local nomadic trips or shift seasonally.’
    1. 1.1According to the season or time of year.
      ‘the menu changes seasonally’
      • ‘we grow all our own vegetables, so eat seasonally’
      • ‘the seasonally adjusted jobless rate fell’
      • ‘The seasonally adjusted jobless rate fell to 5.9 per cent from 6.1 per cent in March.’
      • ‘The company's UK operation was an area of concern due to its purchase of the hotel complex, which is seasonally dependent.’
      • ‘All tests were performed on both original and seasonally adjusted series.’
      • ‘The watermelon farmer is happy to be involved with the group, even though her product is only available seasonally.’
      • ‘We maintain a decent website and advertise seasonally in several natural food store newsletters.’
      • ‘"Accounts change seasonally," he said, almost in consolation.’
      • ‘The native performers, who use their home island only seasonally, offered some of the best visual displays of the festival.’
      • ‘OPEC has in recent years worked hard to stop stocks building during periods of seasonally weak demand.’
      • ‘The food that we grow on the urban farm sites is sold at local farmers' markets and, seasonally of course, at the neighbourhood corner grocery store.’
      • ‘The company runs seasonally oriented campaigns on these websites.’