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temperature

noun (HEAT LEVEL)
热度
 
 
/ˈtem.prə.tʃər/ US  /-pɚ.ə.tʃɚ/
[C or U] the measured amount of heat in a place or in the body
温度;体温
Preheat the oven to a temperature of 200 degrees Celsius.
把炉子预热到200摄氏度。
There has been a sudden rise in temperature over the past few days (= The weather has become warmer).
最近几天气温突然上升了。
The doctor examined him and took his temperature (= measured it).
医生给他做了检查,并量了他的体温。
Measurements of temperature
run/have a temperature to have a higher body temperature than normal and to be ill
发烧
Fevers and infectious diseasesColds and flu
Traducciones de “temperature”
en español temperatura, fiebre…
en árabe دَرَجة الحَرارة…
en coreano 온도…
en portugués temperatura…
en francés température, fièvre…
en alemán die Temperatur…
en catalán temperatura…
en japonés 気温, 温度, 体温…
en ruso температура…
en chino (tradicionál) 熱度, 溫度, 體溫…
en italiano temperatura…
en turco sıcaklı, ısı…
en polaco temperatura…
(Definition of temperature noun (HEAT LEVEL) from the Diccionario Cambridge Inglés-Chino (simplificado) © Cambridge University Press)
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