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thermometer in Meteorology topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishthermometerther‧mom‧e‧ter /θəˈmɒmɪtə $ θərˈmɑːmɪtər/ ●●○ noun [countable]  MHHEMa piece of equipment that measures the temperature of the air, of your body etc The thermometer registered over 100º C.a candy/meat thermometer (=used in cooking)
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thermometerThe analogy is now the addition of a thermometer in the water in the kettle with its dial visible to the operator.He first put a thermometer into the concrete to check that it was warmer than fifty degrees.Cook to 230 degrees on a candy thermometer.In the history of science, Reaumur is also remembered for his thermometer.Politics was just a love thermometer.Versions of his marine thermometer served for deep-sea measurements throughout the nineteenth century.To make sure the meat is cooked through, you should use a meat thermometer.On my way to the outhouse I read the outside thermometer.a candy/meat thermometerInsert a meat thermometer to check internal temperature: 135 for medium rare; 150 for medium.Cook to 230 degrees on a candy thermometer.Then cook without stirring until mixture reaches 254 degrees on a candy thermometer.To make sure the meat is cooked through, you should use a meat thermometer.Use a meat thermometer if possible.Kantor suggested using a meat thermometer.