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The proteins will also stay intact for up to three years at room temperature. Smithsonian Mag (2017)It can also warn if temperatures rise drastically. Times, Sunday Times (2016) Low temperature works its way through the meat. Times, Sunday Times (2016) Hot temperatures were a cue for butterflies or their larvae to emerge too early and then be killed when cooler weather returns. Times, Sunday Times (2016)We also perceive flavours better when they're closer to our body temperature. The Sun (2016)That should have her rivals quaking more than the sub-zero temperatures. The Sun (2016)The warm spell will last for another three days before more normal winter temperatures arrive on Sunday. The Sun (2016)As the temperature rises, the condensation dries up. Times, Sunday Times (2017) High temperatures are forecast for Sydney this week. Times, Sunday Times (2016)And yet the winter of 2005-06 had fairly average temperatures, although unusually dry. Times, Sunday Times (2016)The idea was it softened as it reached body temperature and formed a barrier against the cervix. The Sun (2012)The global temperatures might have risen too high. The Crisis of Life on Earth - our legacy from the second millenium (1990)The emotional temperature in the room rose notch by notch. Times, Sunday Times (2015)The warnings follow a day where temperatures reached six degrees higher than expected. The Sun (2014)Weather forecasters are again predicting milder than normal temperatures for the early part of this winter. Times, Sunday Times (2015)Small changes in average world temperatures have huge impacts. Times, Sunday Times (2006)Sudden increases in temperature can also occur after any exertion and they usually occur following food. M.E. and You - a self-help plan (1988) Lower winter temperatures enhance the colour intensity. Winter Garden Glory (1993)The revised method requires a woman to frequently measure her temperature and other body signs. The Sun (2007)We have tested the best clothes for those temperatures in a cold chamber. Times, Sunday Times (2012)Th run this year was five successive days of record temperatures. Times, Sunday Times (2011)The body has to work incredibly hard to raise its temperature. PLACEBO: The Belief Effect (2003)Research suggests that picturing a snowy environment can lower your body temperature. The Sun (2010) Global temperature is rising but it is not rising as rapidly as was feared. Times, Sunday Times (2013)Stir in all but a few leaves of the basil and leave to cool to room temperature. Times, Sunday Times (2012)The virus is destroyed at normal cooking temperatures. Times, Sunday Times (2006)Find the average temperature by adding the three figures together and dividing by three. Body Odour (1994)We tested it last weekend in sub-zero temperatures and slept like a dream. The Sun (2013)The endangered polar bear is struggling to survive in its shrinking Arctic landscape as temperatures rise. The Sun (2009)They endure daytime temperatures in excess of 110 degrees while wearing body armour. Times, Sunday Times (2007)He stood on the touchline wearing just a suit as protection against the sub-zero temperatures. The Sun (2013)As temperatures rose ten degrees, global warming ran riot. Times, Sunday Times (2008)It is still just possible to keep the global temperature rises below 2 degrees but a really big effort needs to be put in place. Times, Sunday Times (2014)
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Translations for 'temperature'
British English: temperature /ˈtɛmprɪtʃə/ NOUN
The temperature of something is how hot or cold it is.
Winter closes in and the temperature drops below freezing.
- American English: temperature
- Arabic: دَرَجَةُ الـحَرَارَة
- Brazilian Portuguese: temperatura
- Chinese: 温度
- Croatian: temperatura
- Czech: teplota
- Danish: temperatur
- Dutch: temperatuur
- European Spanish: temperatura
- Finnish: lämpötila
- French: température
- German: Temperatur
- Greek: θερμοκρασία
- Italian: temperatura
- Japanese: 温度
- Korean: 온도
- Norwegian: temperatur
- Polish: temperatura
- European Portuguese: temperatura
- Romanian: temperatură
- Russian: температура
- Spanish: temperatura
- Swedish: temperatur
- Thai: อุณหภูมิ
- Turkish: ısı
- Ukrainian: температура
- Vietnamese: nhiệt độ
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