- adv. 合时令地；应时地
- r. unseasonably
- 1.Un-seasonably warm weather in April and May have helped boost sugar content and overall quality, and consequently prices, of the 2008 watermelons.
- 2.China's western areas including Tibet and Xinjiang will shake off their un-seasonably cold weather and return to daily averages of 30 to 40 degrees.
- 3.This short compliment was thrown in so very seasonably upon my ugly face, that even though I disliked the silk, I desired him to cut me off the pattern of a nightcap.
- 1.in accordance with the season
- 2.at an opportune time
- 合时令地; 适于季节; 合时宜地; 及时;