temperatures

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temperature
sıcaklık

İnsan cildi sıcaklık değişikliklerine karşı çok duyarlıdır. - Man's skin is very sensitive to temperature changes.

Yazın, sıcaklık otuzla kırk santigrat arasında değişkenlik gösterir. - In the summer, the temperature ranges from thirty to forty degrees Celsius.

temperatures of
sıcaklıklar
temperature
{i} ateş

Bir hemşire ateşimi ölçtü. - A nurse took my temperature.

Her altı saatte ateşimi ölçtüm. - I took my temperature every six hours.

temperature
derece

Sıcaklık birkaç derece düştü. - The temperature fell several degrees.

Santigrat dereceyi bulmak için, fahrenhayt ısıdan 32 çıkar, sonra 5/9 ile çarp. - To find degrees in centigrade, subtract 32 from the Fahrenheit temperature, then multiply by 5/9.

temperature
{i} ısı derecesi, derece: Yesterday Istanbul had a high temperature of 35°C. Dün İstan- bul'daki en yüksek sıcaklık 35°C idi
temperature
temperatür
temperature
yüksek vücut ısısı
temperature
insan vücudunun ısı derecesi
temperature
{i} hararet
temperature
sıcaklık derecesi
temperature
{i} ısı

İnsan vücudunun ısısı 37°C civarında gezinir. - The temperature of the human body hovers around 37°C.

Olağandışı düşük ısılar bu yıl düşük kaliteli pirinç hasatından sorumlu tutulmaktadır. - Unusually low temperatures account for the poor rice crop this year.

temperature
sıcaklı
temperature
(Tıp) Suhunet, ısı, hararet, sıcaklık veya soğukluk derecesi
temperature
(Tıp) Vücudun hareket derecesi
temperature
critical temperature kritik sıcaklık
temperature
normal temperature normal vücut ısısı
temperature
sühunet
temperature
temperature curve belirli bir süre içindeki ısı değişikliğini gösteren eğri
الإنجليزية - الإنجليزية
Plural of temperature
kinetic temperatures
plural form of kinetic temperature
temperature
The state or condition of being tempered or moderated
temperature
A measure of cold or heat, often measurable with a thermometer

The boiling temperature of pure water is 100 degrees Celsius.

temperature
A property of macroscopic amounts of matter that serves to gauge the average intensity of the random actual motions of the individually mobile particulate constituents
temperature
(when not used in relation with something) The temperature(1) of the immediate environment

The temperature dropped nearly 20 degrees; it went from hot to cold.

temperature
The balance of humours in the body, or one's character or outlook as considered determined from this; temperament

that not only the production of a rational Being was concern'd in it, but that possibly the happy foundation and temperature of his body, perhaps his genius and the very cast of his mind .

temperature
An elevated body temperature, as present in fever and many illnesses

You have a temperature; I think you should stay home today. You’re sick.

thermodynamic temperatures
plural form of thermodynamic temperature
temperature
{n} temperament, moderation, state
Temperature
temp

There was a drop in temperature after it rained. - There was a drop in temperature after the rain.

What's the temperature? - What is the temperature?

drop in temperatures
lowering of the temperature
rise in temperatures
increase of temperatures
slight rise in temperatures
small increase in temperatures
temperature
A measurement of the degree of heat or cold of a body or place
temperature
of the human body; also Colloq
temperature
the degree of hotness or coldness of a body or environment (corresponding to its molecular activity)
temperature
the temperature of the sea surface as measured by the Datawell Waverider buoy (in degrees Celsius)
temperature
If you are running a temperature or if you have a temperature, your temperature is higher than it usually is. He began to run an extremely high temperature
temperature
A measure of the energy in a substance The more heat energy in the substance, the higher the temperature The Earth receives only one two-billionth of the energy the sun produces Much of the energy that hits the Earth is reflected back into space Most of the energy that isn't reflected is absorbed by the Earth's surface As the surface warms, it also warms the air above it
temperature
in the mouth of an adult about 98
temperature
Constitution; state; degree of any quality
temperature
A degree of hotness or coldness the can be measured using a thermometer Also a measure of how fast the atoms and molecules of a substance are moving (see Kinetic energy) Temperature is measured in degrees on the Fahrenheit, Celsius, and Kelvin scales
temperature
The measure of molecular motion or the degree of heat of a substance It is measured on an arbitrary scale from absolute zero, where the molecules theoretically stop moving It is also the degree of hotness or coldness In surface observations, it refers primarily to the free air or ambient temperature close to the surface of the earth
temperature
the degree of hotness or coldness of a body or environment (corresponding to its molecular activity) the somatic sensation of cold or heat
temperature
Numerical measures of heat or cold registered on a thermometer The common measures (scales) of temperature are Fahrenheit and Celsius Water freezes at 32 degrees Fahrenheit or 0 degrees Celsius
temperature
The temperature of something is a measure of how hot or cold it is. The temperature soared to above 100 degrees in the shade Coping with severe drops in temperature can be very difficult
temperature
The measure of the average kinetic energy of the molecules of a substance The greater the kinetic energy the higher the temperature A measure of how fast the air molecules are moving
temperature
A system in which internal vibrational modes have equilibrated with one another can be said to have a particular temperature Two systems A and B are said to be at different temperatures if, when brought into contact, °heat flows from (say) A to B, increasing the °thermal energy of B at the expense of the thermal energy of A
temperature
a measure of the random motion energy (the average kinetic energy) of a group of particles in a gas, liquid, or solid The temperature is higher if the particles are moving faster
temperature
The temperature(1) of the immediate environment
temperature
Freedom from passion; moderation
temperature
Your temperature is the temperature of your body. A normal temperature is about 37° centigrade. His temperature continued to rise alarmingly
temperature
You can use temperature to talk about the feelings and emotions that people have in particular situations. There's also been a noticeable rise in the political temperature
temperature
Having a higher than normal or elevated body temperature
temperature
), loosely, the excess of this over the normal (of the human body 98°-99
temperature
measure of the quantity of thermal energy in a substance High temperature indicates more heat energy than low temperature
temperature
Temperament
temperature
The temperature of an object is a measure of how hot or cold the object is
temperature
is a snapshot of the expected temperature in degrees F valid at the indicated hour
temperature
The temperature is a measure of the internal energy that a substance contains This measure of the internal energy that a substance contains This is the most measured quantity in the atmosphere
temperature
temperature
If something is at room temperature, its temperature is neither hot nor cold. Stir the parsley into the potatoes and serve at room temperature
temperature
Temperature is a measure of the heat content of a body (the atmosphere in the case of weather) The molecular motion of a substance creates energy, which can be measured in terms of the heat it generates Air, water, and soil can all be measured for temperature
temperature
the somatic sensation of cold or heat
temperature
In thermodynamics, the integrating factor of the differential equation referred to as the first law of thermodynamics, In statistical mechanics, a measure of translational molecular kinetic energy (with three degrees of freedom) In general, the degree of hotness or coldness as measured on some definite temperature scale by means of any of various types of thermometers
temperature
A measure of cold or hot. A thermometer can usually be used to determine its value
temperature
Operationally, a measure of the tendency of a body or system to give up or take in heat from its surroundings Heat always flows from high temperature to low temperature Two bodies in equilibrium must have the same temperature (this is sometimes called the zeroth law of thermodymamics) This qualitative definition can be put on an absolute scale in a few ways, based either on the Second Law, the ideal gas law, or statistical mechanics In each case there exists an absolute zero (0 Kelvin or -273 15 °C) where there are no vibrational degrees of freedom and the Third Law applies Microscopically, of course, temperature is associated with kinetic energy of atoms, and quantum mechanically with occupancy of excited quantum states
temperature
{i} degree of hotness or coldness; abnormally high body temperature, fever
temperature
temperature is what you measure with a thermometer (this is kind of an operational definition) More precisely, the temperature of a system tells how much the internal energy of the system grows upon a given increase of entropy
temperature
Condition with respect to heat or cold, especially as indicated by the sensation produced, or by the thermometer or pyrometer; degree of heat or cold; as, the temperature of the air; high temperature; low temperature; temperature of freezing or of boiling
temperature
5° F
temperature
Mixture; compound
temperature
in units of J, where J is the nearest neighbor exchange energy (NOT joules) (A value temperature = 3 J implies a temperature T = 3J/k in kelvin with k being Boltzmann's constant )
temperature
refers to the temperature of the ambient air excluding direct heating of the sensor by solar radiation
temperature
Temperature is the thermal state of matter with reference to its ability to transfer heat to other matter Temperature is distinguished from heat in that heat is the energy that is transferred between matter by radiation, conduction and/or convection The three most common scales for measuring temperature are Celsius (centigrade), Fahrenheit and Kelvin
temperature
The degree of heat of the body of a living being, esp
temperature
The level or degree of thermal energy in a substance, an object, or the surrounding environment as measured on a standard scale In other words, temperature refers to whether something is hot or cold It is the measurement of how fast the molecules are moving back and forth
temperature
The degree of hotness or coldness Also, a measure of the average energy of the molecular motion in a body or substance at a certain point
temperature
Temperature is defined as the measure of the average speed of atoms and molecules The higher the temperature the faster they move
temperature
A measure of the average energy of a system of atoms
temperature
If you take someone's temperature you use an instrument called a thermometer to measure the temperature of their body in order to see if they are ill. He will probably take your child's temperature too. Measure of hotness expressed in terms of any of several arbitrary scales, such as Fahrenheit, Celsius, or Kelvin. Heat flows from a hotter body to a colder one and continues to do so until both are at the same temperature. Temperature is a measure of the average energy of the molecules of a body, whereas heat is a measure of the total amount of thermal energy in a body. For example, whereas the temperature of a cup of boiling water is the same as that of a large pot of boiling water (212°F, or 100°C), the large pot has more heat, or thermal energy, and it takes more energy to boil a pot of water than a cup of water. The most common temperature scales are based on arbitrarily defined fixed points. The Fahrenheit scale sets 32° as the freezing point of water and 212° as the boiling point of water (at standard atmospheric pressure). The Celsius scale defines the triple point of water (at which all three phases, solid, liquid, and gas, coexist in equilibrium) at 0.01° and the boiling point at 100°. The Kelvin scale, used primarily for scientific and engineering purposes, sets the zero point at absolute zero and uses a degree the same size as those of the Celsius scale
temperature
A measure of the intensity of heat, i e the hotness or coldness of a sample or object
temperature
A feeling how much one want to do; a fever
temperatures

    التركية النطق

    temprıçırz

    النطق

    /ˈtemprəʧərz/ /ˈtɛmprəʧɜrz/

    علم أصول الكلمات

    [ 'tem-p&(r)-"chur, -p(& ] (noun.) 1533. Latin temperatura mixture, moderation, from temperatus, past participle of temperare.

    فيديوهات

    ... Temperatures plummet. ...
    ... With temperatures warming after the ice age, ...

    كلمة اليوم

    paragoge
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