- 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.
Idioms about 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.
Origin of season
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How to use season in a sentence
The calendar even schedules some trials to match the season.Want a year of free streaming services? This guide has you covered|dzanemorris|August 26, 2020|Fortune
That her torn Achilles tendon cost her a season, but didn’t affect her game in any other way, is a marvel.There’s No WNBA All-Star Game This Year, But We Picked The Rosters Anyway|Howard Megdal|August 26, 2020|FiveThirtyEight
The move to a virtual campaign season has upended some publishers’ events plans too.
Key season for dairy is Christmas and Thanksgiving when we’re all home baking.Land O’Lakes CEO Beth Ford explains why farmers need broadband|Ellen McGirt|August 18, 2020|Fortune
He belted 22 homers and stole 16 bases in a partial season while displaying a powerful arm at shortstop.The Dodgers Lead Our National League Predictions, But Don’t Count Out The Nats Or … Reds?|Travis Sawchik|July 22, 2020|FiveThirtyEight
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?
Its fearless creator opens up about the hilarious new season.
What criticisms of last season did you find helpful, and not so helpful?
But Polavieja started his campaign with the immense advantage of having the whole of the dry season before him.The Philippine Islands|John Foreman
A friend and companion meeting together in season, but above them both is a wife with her husband.The Bible, Douay-Rheims Version|Various
Two unsophisticated country lasses visited Niblo's in New York during the ballet season.
He was living quite en garçon, with only one man, his house having been let for the season.Elster's Folly|Mrs. Henry Wood
Conditions in the new country had gone from bad to worse, and if the season should experience another drought, the worst was come.The Homesteader|Oscar Micheaux
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
Word Origin for season
Scientific definitions for season
Other Idioms and Phrases with season
see in season; open season.