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adjective /ˈfӕrənhӕit/
(often abbreviated to Fwhen written) as measured on a Fahrenheit thermometer
fifty degrees Fahrenheit (50°F).
Translations of “Fahrenheit”
in French Fahrenheit…
in German Fahrenheit…
in Chinese (Traditional) 華氏的, 華氏溫標(冰點為32度,沸點為212度)…
in Chinese (Simplified) 华氏的, 华氏温标(冰点为32度,沸点为212度)…
(Definition of Fahrenheit from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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