seasonal

seasonal
[[t]si͟ːzən(ə)l[/t]]
ADJ: ADJ n
A seasonal factor, event, or change occurs during one particular time of the year.

...blaming seasonal factors for the unemployment increase in the west...

Seasonal variations need to be taken into account.

Derived words:
seasonally ADV usu ADV -ed

The seasonally adjusted unemployment figures show a rise of twelve-hundred.


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