Translation: from english to chinese

from chinese to english

cold occluded front

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  • occluded front — ☆ occluded front n. Meteorol. the front formed when a warm front is overtaken by a cold front and an air mass is forced aloft up the warm front or cold front surface …   English World dictionary

  • occluded front — ► NOUN ▪ a composite weather front produced when a cold front catches up with a warm front, so that the warm air in between them is forced upwards …   English terms dictionary

  • Occluded front — A cyclone in the early stages of occlusion The symbol of an occ …   Wikipedia

  • occluded front — Fronts formed by the merging of cold and warm fronts. If a cold front overtakes a warm front, the result would be an occluded front. Also known as a frontal occlusion or an occlusion. See also front …   Aviation dictionary

  • occluded front — noun An occluded front occurs when a cold front overtakes a warm front at the surface and a temperature contrast exists between the advancing and retreating cold air masses …   Wiktionary

  • occluded front — occlud′ed front′ n. mer a composite front formed when a cold front overtakes a warm front and forces it aloft; occlusion • Etymology: 1965–70 …   From formal English to slang

  • occluded front — Meteorol. a composite front formed when a cold front overtakes a warm front and forces it aloft. Also called occlusion. [1965 70] * * * …   Universalium

  • occluded front — /əkludəd ˈfrʌnt/ (say uhkloohduhd frunt) noun Meteorology the residual front after the cold front of a depression has overtaken the warm front and the warm sector has been lifted. Also, occlusion …   Australian English dictionary

  • Cold front — For the Star Trek: Enterprise episode, see Cold Front (Star Trek: Enterprise). For the G.I. Joe character, see Cold Front (G.I. Joe). The symbol of a cold front: a blue line with triangles pointing in the direction of travel A cold front is… …   Wikipedia

  • front — /frunt/, n. 1. the foremost part or surface of anything. 2. the part or side of anything that faces forward: the front of a jacket. 3. the part or side of anything, as a building, that seems to look out or to be directed forward: He sat in the… …   Universalium

  • front — I adv. to face front II n. frontline (mil.) 1) at, on the front (the war correspondents spent two days at the front; there has been no activity on this front) area of activity 2) the home; political front 3) on a front (on the home front)… …   Combinatory dictionary

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