- 1[intransitive, transitive] to change, or make something change, color or shape because of the effect of the sun, rain, or wind This brick weathers to a warm pinkish-brown color. weather something Her face was weathered by the sun.
- 2[transitive] weather something to come safely through a difficult period or experience The company just managed to weather the recession. She refuses to resign, intending to weather the storm (= wait until the situation improves again).
NAmE//ˈwɛðər//Verb Forms present simple I / you / we / they weather
he / she / it weathers
past simple weathered
-ing form weathering