Definitions for temperature
ˈtɛm pər ə tʃər, -ˌtʃʊər, -prə-, -pər tʃər, -ˌtʃʊərtem·per·a·ture
Here are all the possible meanings and translations of the word temperature.
the degree of hotness or coldness of a body or environment (corresponding to its molecular activity)
the somatic sensation of cold or heat
The state or condition of being tempered or moderated.
The balance of humours in the body, or one's character or outlook as considered determined from this; temperament.
A measure of cold or heat, often measurable with a thermometer.
The boiling temperature of pure water is 100 degrees Celsius.
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.
The temperature(1) of the immediate environment.
The temperature dropped nearly 20 degrees; it went from hot to cold.
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.
Body temperature noted as: cool, cold, warm, or hot as part of the skin signs assessment
Etymology: From French température or temperatura, from the past participle stem of temperare ‘temper’.
Samuel Johnson's Dictionary
Etymology: temperatura, tempero, Latin; temperature, French.
It lieth in the same climate, and is of no other temperature than Guinea. George Abbot, Description of the World.
Birds that change countries at certain seasons, if they come earlier, shew the temperature of weather. Francis Bacon.
Memory depends upon the consistence and the temperature of the brain. Isaac Watts.
As the world’s sun doth effects beget
Diff’rent, in divers places ev’ry day;
Here Autumn’s temperature, there Summer’s heat,
Here flow’ry Spring-tide, and there Winter gray. Davies.
If, instead of this variation of heat, we suppose an equality, or constant temperature of it before the deluge, the case would be much altered. John Woodward, Nat. Hist.
In that proud port which her so goodly graceth,
Most goodly temperature you may descry. Edmund Spenser.
constitution; state; degree of any quality
freedom from passion; moderation
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 is a physical quantity that is a measure of hotness and coldness on a numerical scale. It is a measure of the thermal energy per particle of matter or radiation; it is measured by a thermometer, which may be calibrated in any of various temperature scales, Celsius, Fahrenheit, Kelvin, etc. Temperature is an intensive property, which means it is independent of the amount of material present; in contrast to energy, an extensive property, which is proportional to the amount of material in the system. For example, a lightening bolt can heat a small portion of the atmosphere hotter than the surface of the sun. Empirically it is found that an isolated system, one that exchanges no energy or material with its environment, tends to a spatially uniform temperature as time passes. When a path permeable only to heat is open between two bodies, energy always transfers spontaneously as heat from a hotter body to a colder one. The transfer rate depends on the thermal conductivity of the path or boundary between them. Between two bodies with the same temperature no heat flows. These bodies are said to be in thermal equilibrium. In kinetic theory and in statistical mechanics, temperature is the effect of the thermal energy arising from the motion of microscopic particles such as atoms, molecules and photons. The relation is proportional as given by the Boltzmann constant.
U.S. National Library of Medicine
The property of objects that determines the direction of heat flow when they are placed in direct thermal contact. The temperature is the energy of microscopic motions (vibrational and translational) of the particles of atoms.
British National Corpus
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Rank popularity for the word 'temperature' in Spoken Corpus Frequency: #2393
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Rank popularity for the word 'temperature' in Written Corpus Frequency: #2433
Rank popularity for the word 'temperature' in Nouns Frequency: #798
The numerical value of temperature in Chaldean Numerology is: 1
The numerical value of temperature in Pythagorean Numerology is: 7
I will say at the time that that happened, the temperature was pretty high, there were a lot of people in the state, Republicans, Donald Trump supporters, who believed there were real problems.
Obviously it doesn't capture every single person, and it's affected by the supply of beds and the temperature but, having said that, I think it's extremely valuable, it's the best we have.
When it comes to heat stress or heat stroke, the problem is not only the temperature but also the humidity as well, when you can combine these two ... Tokyo is the worst in history.
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.
Some people believe in cleaning dirty plants by putting them in the shower. This method does work, but you have to get the water temperature just right, room temperature, and it can get messy.
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- درجة الحرارةArabic
- febre, temperaturaCatalan, Valencian
- θερμοκρασία, πυρετόςGreek
- temperatura, fiebreSpanish
- دما, درجه حرارتPersian
- lämpötila, kuume, lämpöFinnish
- tanperatiHaitian Creole
- láz, hőmérsékletHungarian
- ջերմաստիճան, տաքություն, ջերմությունArmenian
- febre, temperaturaInterlingua
- febbre, temperaturaItalian
- 温度, 熱, 気温Japanese
- 온도, 溫度Korean
- temperatuur, verhogingDutch
- temperaturNorwegian Nynorsk
- naʼalkidNavajo, Navaho
- temperatura, gorączkaPolish
- febre, temperaturaPortuguese
- temperatură, febrăRomanian
- жар, температура, горячкаRussian
- temperatura, vrùćica, температураSerbo-Croatian
- feber, temperaturSwedish
- வெப்பநிலை, காய்ச்சல்Tamil
- харорат, дамо, дараҷаи хароратTajik
- sıcaklık, ateşTurkish
- درجہ حرارتUrdu
- temperatura, haroratUzbek
- ôn độ, nhiệt độ, 溫度Vietnamese
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