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The term season (from French season " season "; plural: seasons, Austrian also seasons) describes a recurring period of a year. Originally, natural seasonal conditions, especially in agriculture (sowing, harvesting) and in the construction industry, were a prerequisite for a season. For a long time, however, the word has also been used for intensive times in hunting and fishing .

Today the season rules a variety of social and commercial areas. examples for this are

Typical periods of time with intensive activity in agriculture are, for example

For farms that therefore do not work at full capacity all year round ( seasonal farms ), additional workers are traditionally employed as harvest workers for the respective main working periods (so-called seasonal work ).

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Wiktionary: Season  - Explanations of meanings, word origins, synonyms, translations