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sub-zero in Meteorology topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishsub-zeroˌsub-ˈzero adjective [usually before noun] 🔊 🔊 TMTHEMbelow zero in temperaturesub-zero weather/temperatures
Examples from the Corpus
sub-zeroThe 37-year-old took an overdose of painkillers and lay in sub-zero conditions with just a sleeping bag.Until now the hard discipline to follow through has rousted me outdoors on sub-zero days even before daylight.Prisoners, unable to exercise outside in sub-zero temperatures, had been allowed longer in the recreation rooms.During previews, in sub-zero temperatures, the audiences were thin and seemed a little confused.Part of the M1 was closed for the second time in three days following a multiple pile-up in sub-zero temperatures.sub-zero weather/temperaturesPart of the M1 was closed for the second time in three days following a multiple pile-up in sub-zero temperatures.Prisoners, unable to exercise outside in sub-zero temperatures, had been allowed longer in the recreation rooms.During previews, in sub-zero temperatures, the audiences were thin and seemed a little confused.