A bit cold in the year

yuranos

Senior Member
Ukrainian, Russian
I'm sure I've heard it, but can't find a reliable reference.

So, the question is about whether it is Ok to say something like:
"Isn't it a bit cold in the year for long walks outside?" - meaning that it's a part of the year that is known for its cold weather, cold season.
 
  • Barque

    Senior Member
    Tamil
    I wouldn't include "in the year" in that sentence.

    You could say "This is a/the cold time of year" to mean that this period is usually cold.
     
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