subzero


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subzero

(sʌbˈzɪərəʊ)
adj
(General Physics) (esp of temperature) lower or less than zero
Translations

subzero

adj temperatureunter null, unter dem Nullpunkt

subzero

[ˌsʌbˈzɪərəʊ] adj subzero temperaturestemperature fpl sotto zero
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They were joined by Crown Prince Haakon and Crown Princess Mette-Marit who followed behind their guests and also met the teenagers who had been waiting excitedly in subzero temperatures.
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Kitchen with marble countertops, custom cabinetry, Subzero, Bosch and Fisher Paykel appliances.
Thousands of drivers have been stuck in a three-day traffic jam in subzero temperatures on a motorway connecting Moscow to St Petersburg in Russia.
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Rhondda firm Mr Creemy is changing its name to Subzero, and says it is taking advantage of the fact that another company has taken its 50-year-old branding to modernise.
Hundreds of thousands of GIs -- more than the total now in Iraq -- spent weeks of subzero nights in a Belgian forest, sleeping in foxholes dug in the snow.