- designed to operate or be usable in any type of weather: an all-weather coat; an all-weather shelter.
- capable of resisting damage from exposure to any climatic conditions; weatherproof: an all-weather paint.
- in or including all types of weather: years of all-weather experience in the Arctic.
Origin of all-weather
First recorded in 1955–60
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Historical Examples of all-weather
- denoting a track, course, or pitch for athletic events or horse racing, made from material which is suitable for use in all weather conditions
- Also: allweather an all-weather track or pitch
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