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This study aims at identifying the similarities and differences between weather-related metaphors in English and Arabic in terms of structure, function, and range of collocations. A sample of English and Arabic weather-related metaphors was collected from bilingual and monolingual dictionaries in both languages and from relevant corpora such as COCA and BNC. In addition, weather-related metaphors were collected from everyday conversations, dialogues and talk shows in the two languages. The datadoi:10.33806/ijaes2000.21.1.1 fatcat:bpnvua5onvawrk2hhm7p4pc2gq