A centigrade temperature scale having the freezing point of water defined as 0° and its boiling point defined as 100° at standard atmospheric pressure. Now known as the Celsius scale.
Having 100 divisions between two fixed points.
Origin: * , degree.
consisting of a hundred degrees; graduated into a hundred divisions or equal parts
of or pertaining to the centigrade thermometer; as, 10¡ centigrade (or 10¡ C.).
Origin: [L. centum a hundred + gradus degree: cf. F. centigrade.]
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Chambers 20th Century Dictionary
sen′ti-grād, adj. having a hundred degrees: divided into a hundred degrees, as the centigrade thermometer constructed by Celsius (1701-44), in which freezing-point is zero and boiling-point is 100° (for its relation to the Fahrenheit scale, see Thermometer). [L. centum, and gradus, a step, a degree.]
Divided into a hundred degrees on a temperature scale.
Centigrade is used to relate to a temperature scale on which the freezing point of water is 0 degrees and the boiling point of water is 100 degreesSubmitted by MC Harmonious on December 11, 2015
The numerical value of centigrade in Chaldean Numerology is: 6
The numerical value of centigrade in Pythagorean Numerology is: 5
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The reagents need to be so stable because it needs to be able to be transported in the truck, which often can go to 50 degrees Centigrade. And also it needs to be able to be stored at room temperature because there is no refrigerator or there is very little room for the refrigerator.
Essentially, it is an extremely efficient heat exchanging system, which will effectively mount on the front of our new engine design and very efficiently cool incoming air of a very high temperature of about a thousand degrees C [Centigrade], to minus 150 degrees C in a fraction of a second; approximately one-hundredth of a second.
The biggest issue that the guys have had to wrestle with is how you cope with extremely high temperatures that come into the engine when you're doing hypersonic speeds; so more than five times the speed of sound, 4,000 miles-per-hour. The temperature coming in at the front of the engine is a thousand degrees centigrade. And you have to be able to cool that air very rapidly to be able to do anything useful with it.
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