- continuing, active, operating, etc., throughout the year: a year-round vacation spot.
Origin of year-round
Examples from the Web for year-round
Crime in Chicago is a year-round business, and Spot News is one of its oldest customers.Chicago’s Real-Life 'Nightcrawler'
November 14, 2014
Combined, those give the planet a year-round surface temperature hot enough to melt lead.What Does the Discovery of “Another Earth” Mean for Us?
Matthew R. Francis
April 18, 2014
In 2001, Krasnodar formed a partnership with Sochi to build a year-round ski resort in the latter.Putin's Criminal Olympics
January 27, 2014
At the high-end food retailer, gift cards are a year-round business—kind of like a pre-paid debit card for expensive groceries.Wood Cards Are a Green Alternative to the Classic Plastic Gift Card
November 29, 2013
For example, retail giant Target says it retained about 30 percent of its seasonal team for year-round positions.Temporary Holiday Retail Jobs Are Important Economic Force
November 23, 2012
Radio communication, vehicle driving, marksmanship, and many other subjects are sponsored at year-round classes in local areas.Area Handbook for Bulgaria
Eugene K. Keefe, Violeta D. Baluyut, William Giloane, Anne K. Long, James M. Moore, and Neda A. Walpole
This involved raising several crops and a year-round effort of cultivation.Frying Pan Farm
Elizabeth Brown Pryor
Never once did they think of themselves and their indiscriminate, year-round slaughter as the "plague."Double Challenge
James Arthur Kjelgaard
More and more people learned the delightful sport of turning an abandoned farm into a year-round country estate.The Joyful Heart
Robert Haven Schauffler
In lowlands, it is occasionally found in year-round swamps with cypress, and in the hills on dry slopes with oaks and hickories.Forest Trees of Illinois
Fuller George D.
- open, in use, operating, etc, throughout the year