Definition of year-round in English:


adjective & adverb

  • Happening or continuing throughout the year.

    [as adjective] ‘an indoor pool for year-round use’
    [as adverb] ‘the center is open year round’
    • ‘For one, they would like to remain open all year, but winter business has to warrant a year-round operation.’
    • ‘We plan to hire a consultant who can train our year-round staff in emergency management.’
    • ‘Texas, by contrast, has year-round warmth and could swallow the aggregate population of Alaska without so much as a belch.’
    • ‘The finding has led to renewed calls for British Summer Time to be used year-round to give lighter afternoons and evenings.’
    • ‘The Resort operates year-round, but the cooler months are March to November.’
    • ‘A spokesman for Cumbria Police said the don't drink and drive initiative was a year-round message.’
    • ‘This set of teenage girls cultivate their outlandish look by tanning themselves year-round in salons and dying their hair gold.’
    • ‘Bali is a year-round destination, with average temperatures in the high 20s.’
    • ‘As Lanzarote is only four and a half hours away, it spares you the jet lag and vaccinations, yet still offers the lure of year-round sun.’
    • ‘Perhaps that explains its year-round allure: as well as pleasing all the other senses, the grub is actually very good.’
    • ‘I have a year-round newspaper contract, I wrote my book, and produced a DVD with Freddie Flintoff.’
    • ‘Muddy fingers of water reach out to the famous seal colony, which is the year-round home to more than 500 seals.’
    • ‘This is a very delicious salad which you will want to make year-round.’
    • ‘A portion of the collection can be viewed year-round at a museum in Nelson.’
    • ‘The intensity of the team's year-round training regime would be wasted on a player of inferior ability.’
    • ‘Apart from the odd tourist, there are many non-Malay people who reside in Sarawak year-round.’
    • ‘Used in the right way and with plants of appropriate scale, hedges bring year-round definition and a sense of enclosure.’
    • ‘Those painted toenails, that designer handbag and year-round tan.’
    • ‘Pleasure Island in St. Anne's is to be transformed into a all-weather, year-round attraction.’
    • ‘It has year-round beautiful ruby red leaves, which look particularly attractive with the light shining through.’