The weather is the state of the atmosphere in a particular place. For example a place can be hot or cold, wet or dry, sunny or cloudy etc. It’s handy to be up to speed with weather lingo as us Brits are always talking about the weather.
The word ‘weather’ is also a verb. It means wear away the surface of something to change the appearance or texture of it. e.g. The boat is looking a bit weathered, i’ll give it a new coat of paint.
idioms about the weather
Have you ever blown the whistle on someone?
Do you like catching rays?
Has anyone ever stolen your thunder?
Could you sell ice to the eskimos?
Is learning English a breeze?
What is a good way of breaking the ice when you meet new people?
What makes you break out in a cold sweat?
Are you down to earth?
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