part of the year distinguished according to its particular type of weather
time of the year when sth is easily available or common, or when a certain activity takes place
cause to be acclimatized, etc.; make suitable for use
flavour (food) (with salt, pepper, etc.)
(cause to) become dry
"he celebrated his 10th season with the ballet company"
"she always looked forward to the avocado season"
"the regular sequence of the seasons"
"it was the Christmas season"
"Season the chicken breast after roasting it"
"This trip will season even the hardiest traveller"
"she tempered her criticism"
The season changed, and..autumn crept over all England.
出自： W. Trevor
It's already seasoned which means you don't have to throw a ton of salt on top.
出自： E. Reveley
The young people from the South have been seasoned to the severe cold of the North.
误 This is not the season of peaches.
正 This is not the season for peaches.
析 the season for表示“…上市的季节”,其中介词用for,不用of。
误 Apples will be in the season soon.
正 Apples will be in season soon.
析 in season表示“上市”, season前不需定冠词the。
误 Crabs are out of the season now.
正 Crabs are out of season now.
析 out of season表示“不当令”或“落市”,这里season前不可带定冠词the。
误 He returned to his hometown in the spring season of 1969.
正 He returned to his hometown in the spring of 1969.
析 “春季”只说spring,不说spring season,夏秋冬亦同。
误 He pays his rent at the end of each season.
正 He pays his rent at the end of each quarter.