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mesometeorology

[ mez-oh-mee-tee-uh-rol-uh-jee, mes-, mee-zoh-, -soh- ]
/ ˌmɛz oʊˌmi ti əˈrɒl ə dʒi, ˌmɛs-, ˌmi zoʊ-, -soʊ- /
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noun
the study of atmospheric phenomena of relatively small size, as thunderstorms or tornadoes, and of the detailed structure of larger disturbances.
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OTHER WORDS FROM mesometeorology

mes·o·me·te·or·o·log·i·cal [mez-oh-mee-tee-er-uh-loj-i-kuhl, mes-, mee-zoh-, -soh-], /ˌmɛz oʊˌmi ti ər əˈlɒdʒ ɪ kəl, ˌmɛs-, ˌmi zoʊ-, -soʊ-/, adjective
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