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Fahrenheit

Fahr·en·heit

 (făr′ən-hīt′)
adj. Abbr. F
Of or relating to a temperature scale that registers the freezing point of water as 32° and the boiling point as 212° at one atmosphere of pressure. See Table at measurement.

[After Daniel Gabriel Fahrenheit.]
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Fahrenheit

(ˈfærənˌhaɪt)
adj
(Units) of or measured according to the Fahrenheit scale of temperature. Symbol: F

Fahrenheit

(German ˈfaːrənhait)
n
(Biography) Gabriel Daniel (ˈɡaːbrieːl ˈdaːnieːl). 1686–1736, German physicist, who invented the mercury thermometer and devised the temperature scale that bears his name
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Fahr•en•heit

(ˈfær ənˌhaɪt)

n.
1. Gabriel Daniel, 1686–1736, German physicist.
adj.
2. pertaining to, or measured according to a temperature scale (Fahr′enheit scale`) in which 32° represents the ice point and 212° the steam point. Symbol: F See illus. at thermometer.
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Fahrenheit

Fahr·en·heit

(făr′ən-hīt′)
Relating to or based on a temperature scale that indicates the freezing point of water as 32° and the boiling point of water as 212° under standard atmospheric pressure. See Note at Celsius.
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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.Fahrenheit - German physicist who invented the mercury thermometer and developed the scale of temperature that bears his name (1686-1736)Fahrenheit - German physicist who invented the mercury thermometer and developed the scale of temperature that bears his name (1686-1736)
Adj.1.fahrenheit - of or relating to a temperature scale proposed by the inventor of the mercury thermometer; "water freezes at 32 degrees Fahrenheit under normal conditions"
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Translations
فِهرِنهايت
Fahrenheita
fahrenheit
Farenhejto
Fahrenheitkvarîi
pēc Fārenheita
Fahrenheita
Fahrenayt

Fahrenheit

[ˈfærənhaɪt]
A. NFahrenheit m (termómetro, grados etc)
B. CPD Fahrenheit thermometer Ntermómetro m de (grados) Fahrenheit
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Fahrenheit

[ˈfærənhaɪt]
adjFahrenheit inv
nFahrenheit m inv
in Fahrenheit → en Fahrenheit
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Fahrenheit

nFahrenheit nt
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Fahrenheit

[ˈfærnhaɪt] adjFahrenheit inv
Fahrenheit scale → scala Fahrenheit
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Fahrenheit

(ˈfӕrənhӕit) adjective
(often abbreviated to F when written) as measured on a Fahrenheit thermometer. fifty degrees Fahrenheit (50F).
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Fahrenheit

adj Fahrenheit
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