- a period with reference to the total number of games to be played by a team: a 162-game season.
- a period with reference to the won-lost record of a team after it has completed its schedule: a .700 season.
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Idioms for season
- in the time or state for use, eating, etc.: Asparagus is now in season.
- in the period regulated by law, as for hunting and fishing.
- at the right time; opportunely.
- (of an animal, especially female) in a state of readiness for mating; in heat.
- in good season.
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Example sentences from the Web for season
We won't find out this season, though it comes up occasionally.
Will the Pam/Krieger relationship be an ongoing theme this season?
Will we discover whether or not Krieger is a clone this season, and will that be an ongoing plotline?
And we have a lot of great guests this season: Greta Gerwig, Natasha Lyonne, Olivia Wilde, Steve Buscemi is back—I love that guy.Coffee Talk with Fred Armisen: On ‘Portlandia,’ Meeting Obama, and Taylor Swift’s Greatness|Marlow Stern|January 7, 2015|DAILY BEAST
Then again, this is not the high-spirited Mary we met in Season 1—indeed, none of the Crawleys are the same.
That the spring—March, at the latest—is the only season for such a venture there can be no doubt at all.Farthest North|Fridtjof Nansen
It is the season of verdure and growth, and frosts are both slight and infrequent in the latitude of San Francisco.Peculiarities of American Cities|Willard Glazier
I was going toward Astor, but encountered much snow, as it was still early in the season for these high mountains.Hunting in Many Lands|Various
Although often most fatal in winter, there is no proof that its prevalence is influenced by season.
The season just closed (1900-01) is in striking contrast to those of my early manhood.Memories of a Musical Life|William Mason
British Dictionary definitions for season
- (of game) permitted to be caught or killed
- (of fresh food) readily available
- Also: in heat, on heat (of some female mammals) sexually receptive
Derived forms of seasonseasoned, adjectiveseasoner, nounseasonless, adjective
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Idioms and Phrases with season
see in season; open season.