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temperature

US [ˈtemp(ə)rəˌtʃʊr]
UK [ˈtemprɪtʃə(r)]
  • n.温度;气温;体温
  • Web环境温度;使用温度范围;水温
Plural Form:temperatures  
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n.
1.
温度;气温the measurement in degrees of how hot or cold a thing or place is
high/low temperatures
高温;低温
a fall/drop in temperature
气温下降
a rise in temperature
气温升高
The temperature has risen (by) five degrees.
温度升高了五度。
Heat the oven to a temperature of 200˚C(= degrees centigrade ) .
使烤箱的温度升至 200 摄氏度。
Some places have had temperatures in the 40s(= over 40˚ centigrade ) .
有些地方气温曾经超过 40 摄氏度。
2.
体温the measurement of how hot sb's body is
to take sb's temperature(= measure the temperature of sb's body using a special instrument)
量体温
Does he have a temperature(= is it higher than normal, because of illness) ?
他发烧吗?
She's running a temperature(= it is higher than normal) .
她在发烧。
He's in bed with a temperature of 40˚.
他卧病在床,高烧 40 摄氏度。

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