weather

weather
['wedhë:(r)] n.,v. -n . kohë, mot; what's the weather like/doing? si duket koha?, si po bën koha? weather permitting po na lejoi moti, po mbajti koha.
be under the weather jam pa qejf, nuk ndihem mirë.
- v 1. i qëndroj, i bëj ballë (furtunës etj). 2. fig. i shpëtoj; weather a storm i shpëtoj furtunës (edhe fig.). 2. vjetëroj, stazhionoj (drurin). 3. ekspozoj; weathered rocks shkëmbinj të rrahur nga era e shiu. 4. vjetërohet, stazhionohet (druri). 5. thërmohet, gërryhet (shkëmbi)
weather beam ['wedhë: bi:m] n. det. anë (e anijes) e kthyer nga era
weather-beaten ['wedhë:bi:tën] adj. i rrahur nga era; i regjur; i rreshkur
weatherboard ['wedhë:bo:d] n.,v. Br. -n 1. veshje me dërrasa. 2. det. anë (e anijes) e kthyer nga era /-vt . vesh me dërrasa
weather-bound ['wedhë:baund] adj. i vonuar/i bllokuar nga koha e keqe
weather breeder ['wedhë: 'bri:dë:] n. ditë e kthjellët (që paralajmëron stuhi)
Weatner Bureau ['wedhë: 'bjuërou]:, Br. Weather Centre ['wedhë: 'sentë:] n. Zyra Meteorologjike kombëtare
weather chart ['wedhë: ça:t] n. meteo. hartë meteorologjike
weather check ['wedhë: çek] n. buletin meteorologjik i shkurtër
weathercock ['wedhë:kok] n. erëtregues, fluger
weather eye ['wedhë: ai] n 1. këqyrje e motit. 2. vëzhgim; keep a weather eye on the situation e mbaj situatën nën vëzhgim
weather forecast ['wedhë: fo:ka:st] n. parashikim i kohës/i motit
weatherglass ['wedhë:glses] n. aparat meteorologjik; barometer
weathering ['wedhering] n. erozion, gërryerje
weatherman ['wedhë:mën] n 1. meteorolog. 2. paraqitës i kohës (në radio, TV)
weatherproof ['wedhë:pru:f] adj.,v. -adj . i qëndrueshëm ndaj motit; qënuk fut ujë (pardesy, çati) /-vt . bëj të papërshkueshme nga uji (rrobat, çatinë)
weather report ['wedhë: ri'po:t] n. rad.,tv. buletin meteorologjik
weather strip ['wedhë: strip] n. shirit hermetizues (për plasat e derës)
weather situation ['wedhë: sitju'eishën] n. moti sot; parashikimi i kohës
weather wane ['wedhë:wein] n. shih weathercock
weather-wise ['wedhë:waiz] adj. i zoti në parashikimin e motit
weather-worn ['wedhë:wo:n] adj. i ngrënë/i gërryer nga koha
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mot; kohë

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