[ UK /mˌiːtɪɔːɹˈɒləd‍ʒˌɪst/ ]
[ US /ˌmitiɝˈɑɫədʒɪst/ ]
  1. a specialist who studies processes in the earth's atmosphere that cause weather conditions
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How To Use meteorologist In A Sentence

  • The meteorologistprepares a weather chart which shows current weather conditions over the whole country.
  • Rene Heroux, a meteorologist with Environment Canada, called the unseasonable weather a heat wave. Top Stories
  • Meteorologists have predicted mild rains for the next few days.
  • CHAD MYERS, CNN METEOROLOGIST: What we are looking at is a halicore (ph). CNN Transcript Aug 17, 2007
  • The pilot, the farmer, the road builder, to name but a few, find it necessary to get information on weather from meteorologists .
  • The prosecution will also call a meteorologist to confirm it was a windy night with high surf, which would muffle cries; forensic specialists to describe her bruises, and a DNA expert from the FBI to certify that Smith's sperm was found in her vagina (though the defense has never disputed this). Case No. 91-5482 Comes To Trial
  • Of course, Ryan adds, "Today the news often leads with the weather, and the meteorologist is a credible and integral part of the news team. The great weathercaster switch of 1980
  • A good place to find a qualified meteorologist is through the American Meteorological Society.
  • Meteorologists utilize not only chinook, already mentioned, but also pogonip VERBATIM: The Language Quarterly Vol X No 3
  • Today, two centuries later, the struggle for precision continues as meteorologists devise ever more exacting techniques to measure quantities either so teeny or so gigantic that they had once been judged unmeasurable.
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