|meteorol Compare katabatic (of air currents) rising upwards, esp up slopes|
|[C19: from Greek anabatikos relating to ascents, from anabainein to go up; see |
|a screen or mat covered with a dark material for shielding a camera lens from excess light or glare.|
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|anabatic (ān'ə-bāt'ĭk) Pronunciation Key
Relating to warm, rising wind currents, especially those that are driven up the slopes of hills, mountains, and peaks. When air comes in contact with the warm ground surface, the air heats up, becomes less dense, and rises upward. Anabatic winds are especially common during the daytime in fair weather conditions. Compare katabatic.