temperature

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  • The average annual temperature on the coast is around during the day and at night.
  • Within a few hours there may be a to rise in temperature.
  • Its average annual temperature is during the day and at night.
  • Average high temperature remain above during the least hot months.
  • The average annual temperature is during the day and at night.
  • A material that could be operated at room temperature was clearly needed.
  • Thus one might suppose that a low temperature is to be used and some other means to increase rate.
  • The culture will be grown in two to three days, depending on temperature and light received.
  • Eventually the high temperature phases would no longer occur within a particular cell.
  • The average annual temperature of the sea is, from in January to in August.
  • This change may be due to either (or both) an applied force or a change in temperature.
  • The average temperature in summer is and in the winter.
  • This high temperature will cause heat and energy loss if the heat is not removed and used properly.
  • This is because many species are unable to regulate their internal body temperature.
  • In this case, the body temperature of the cat plays the role of the environment.
  • To find the temperature drop per hour, we apply the chain rule.
  • Temperatures average, with more significant temperature variation between night and day than between seasons.
  • The average annual temperature of about varies little throughout the year.
  • The air is generally very dry; consequently, the daily and annual range of temperature is quite large.
  • Under high pressure and high temperature, dead vegetation was slowly converted to coal.
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Synonyms of temperature

Meaning of temperature

  • noun The degree of hotness or coldness of a body or environment (corresponding to its molecular activity)
  • noun The somatic sensation of cold or heat