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high season, peak seasonnoun
the season when travel is most active and rates are highest
"they traveled to Europe in high season"
In the tourist industry, the period of highest demand. In a sun and sand resort this means the hottest months, whereas in a ski resort, this means the coldest months.
High Season is a 1987 British romantic comedy film directed by Clare Peploe. It is a comedy about tourism, set on the Greek island of Rhodes; vacationers from rich countries taking over the most spectacular scenery at the most desirable times of the year. There are nine principal characters, a mixture of English, Greek, and a Greek-American. It was written by director Clare Peploe with her brother Mark.
The numerical value of high season in Chaldean Numerology is: 2
The numerical value of high season in Pythagorean Numerology is: 6
Examples of high season in a Sentence
We're going into a high season for transmission of respiratory illnesses and hence our concern that we have all possible capacities optimized to be able to manage that, and part of this is going to be managing flu and managing, ensuring optimal flu vaccination.
Another fantastic wild adventure to enjoy in the low season is a safari in Kenya's Maasai Mara, high season, July to September, coincides with the Great Migration. But head out in quieter months to pay half price.
We have had some cancellations, which is understandable, for the summer high season we're still at full occupancy.
This is the high season for bridal jewelry. There are a tremendous number of couples who get engaged from Thanksgiving through to the New Year, and we're ready to go.
Translations for high season
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- temporada altaSpanish
- musim liburanIndonesian
- stagiun aulta, stagiun auta, stagiun ota, staschung ota, stagiùn òltaRomansh
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