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thermo-

prefix uk   /θɜː.məʊ-/  us   /θɝː.moʊ-/
connected with heat or temperature: a thermonuclear device
Translations of “thermo-”
in Chinese (Traditional) 熱的,熱量的, 溫度的…
in Russian термо-…
in Turkish sıcakla/ısıyla ilgili- anlamında önek…
in Chinese (Simplified) 热的,热量的, 温度的…
in Polish termo-…
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