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ther·mo·stat

 (thûr′mə-stăt′)
n.
A device, as in a home heating system, a refrigerator, or an air conditioner, that automatically responds to temperature changes and activates switches controlling the equipment.

ther′mo·stat′ic adj.
ther′mo·stat′i·cal·ly adv.
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Adv.1.thermostatically - by thermostat; in a thermostatic manner; "the temperature is thermostatically controlled"
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Translations
باسْتِعْمال مُثَبِّت حَراري
termostaticky
termosztatikusan
meî hitastilli
termostaticky
termostat denetimle

thermostatically

advthermostatisch
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thermostat

(ˈθəːməstӕt) noun
an apparatus which automatically controls the temperature of a room, of water in a boiler etc by switching a heater or heating system on or off.
ˌthermoˈstatic adjective
using a thermostat. thermostatic control.
ˌthermoˈstatically adverb
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