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Centigrade

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: Temperature
CentigradeCen‧ti‧grade /ˈsentəɡreɪd/ noun [uncountable] (written abbreviation C) 🔊 🔊 TMTCelsiusCentigrade adjective
Examples from the Corpus
CentigradeIt is -30° Centigrade and there is a snowstorm.The temperature was sometimes -40° Centigrade.The sun came up for a half an hour, but it was too cold: -46° Centigrade.Then, on Monday, the temperature went down - to -56° Centigrade.Outside the wooden house at Framheim, it was often -60° Centigrade.
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