#WOTD: Weather

Hello, fellas!! How was your Monday?

We’re all aware of the meaning of the word ‘weather’ in regards to the state of the atmosphere at a certain place and time. #WOTD

That’s the definition of ‘weather’ as a noun. Today, we’re going to talk about different meanings of weather. #WOTD

Now, let’s check the following sentences.

  1. My yellow shirt weathered almost white under the bright summer sun. #WOTD
  2. Your friends are always by your side as you weather this storm. #WOTD

In the first example, ‘weather’ (v.) means something changing appearance or texture by long exposure to the air. #WOTD

In the second example, ‘weather’ (v.) means come safely through difficult situation. #WOTD

The synonyms of ‘weather’ in these contexts are undergo, endure, survive, pull through, complete, finish, go through, pass, etc. #WOTD

 

All right, fellas! That’s what I can share in today’s #WOTD. Hopefully it’s useful for you. Thank you very much for joining. If you have any comments or suggestions, please don’t hesitate to tweet us or post it in our site www.englishtips4u.com. You can also check our site to find many more interesting topics related to English-learning.

 

 

Compiled by @alicesaraswati for @EnglishTips4U on Monday, 14 March, 2016.

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