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Translation of "temperature" - English-Spanish dictionary

temperature

noun /ˈtemprətʃə/
the amount or degree of cold or heat temperatura The food must be kept at a low temperature.
a level of body heat that is higher than normal fiebre She had a temperature and wasn’t feeling well.
take someone’s temperature
to measure a person’s body heat, using a thermometer tomar/medir la temperatura de alguien The nurse took his temperature.
Translations of “temperature”
in Arabic دَرَجة الحَرارة…
in Korean 온도…
in Malaysian suhu, panas badan…
in French température, fièvre…
in Turkish sıcaklı, ısı…
in Italian temperatura…
in Chinese (Traditional) 熱度, 溫度, 體溫…
in Russian температура…
in Polish temperatura…
in Vietnamese nhiệt độ, sốt…
in Portuguese temperatura…
in Thai อุณหภูมิ, ระดับความร้อน…
in German die Temperatur…
in Catalan temperatura…
in Japanese 気温, 温度, 体温…
in Indonesian suhu, panas…
in Chinese (Simplified) 热度, 温度, 体温…
(Definition of temperature from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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