condition of the atmosphere at a certain place and time, with reference to temperature and the presence of rain, sunshine, wind, etc.
expose to the weather; become worn by the weather
come through successfully
"they were hoping for good weather"
"every day we have weather conditions and yesterday was no exception"
"the conditions were too rainy for playing in the snow"
"She braved the elements"
"A weathered old hut"
The weather..is..awfulsreal snow and other horrors.
出自： O. Wilde
They talked about the weather in an English way.
出自： A. S. Byatt
Perfect weather for Mr Bush's garden party.
We had weathered these storms successfully and the end of the war was in sight.
出自： B. Montgomery
那岩石已风化成沙土。 weather sth ⇔ away
The softer rock has been weathered away into soil.
Most of the planes were weathered in during the storm.
我们顶住了袭击我们的风暴。 weather out
The strata have now weathered out into long east-west ridges.
You're strong enough; whatever happens, you'll weather through somehow.
你是够坚强的了,无论发生什么事情,你总有办法安然渡过。 weather sth ⇔ through
After weathering through troubles like that, you're strong enough for anything.
Why are all the windows open this weather?
误 It was quite warm when I got here, but the climate suddenly turned cold overnight.
正 It was quite warm when I got here, but the weather suddenly turned cold overnight.
误 We seldom go out in a cold weather.
正 We seldom go out in cold weather.
析 weather前尽管有修饰语,如hot, cold, fine, rainy等,但习惯上其前也不加不定冠词。