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temperature

noun     /ˈtemprətʃər/
A2 [C, U] how hot or cold something is: The room's kept at a temperature of around 20°C. Last night the temperature dropped to below freezing.Measurements of temperatureHot and heatSultriness and humidity
sb's temperature
A2 how hot or cold someone's body is: The doctor examined him and took his temperature (= measured his temperature).Measurements of temperatureDisease and illness - general words
have a temperature
to be hotter than usual because you are sickColds and fluFevers and infectious diseases
Traducciones de “temperature”
en árabe دَرَجة الحَرارة…
en coreano 온도…
in Malaysian suhu, panas badan…
en francés température, fièvre…
en turco sıcaklı, ısı…
en italiano temperatura…
en chino (tradicionál) 熱度, 溫度, 體溫…
en ruso температура…
en polaco temperatura…
in Vietnamese nhiệt độ, sốt…
en español temperatura, fiebre…
en portugués temperatura…
in Thai อุณหภูมิ, ระดับความร้อน…
en alemán die Temperatur…
en catalán temperatura…
en japonés 気温, 温度, 体温…
in Indonesian suhu, panas…
en chino (simplificado) 热度, 温度, 体温…
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