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Hola!! ❄️ ”In the dead of winter”, quiere decir “in the middle of the winter”. En pleno inverno🌬
That’s what we’ve found about its origin: It is not a weather term, but a good meteorological equivalent might be “the coldest part of winter.” The phrase broadly refers to the slowing of the pace of life in winter compared to summer. In temperate weather zones, winter is a time of lower temperatures and fewer hours of daylight, and a season of hibernation, dormancy or relative inactivity for most living things.
Do you have an idiom for the coldest part of winter in your country? Or maybe you don’t have winter at all, and you have a special term for the hottest or rainy season then?