centigrade


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centigrade

1. a former name for Celsius
2. a unit of angle equal to one hundredth of a grade

centigrade

The thermometer scale, divided into 100 degrees, in which 0°C is the freezing point of water and 100°C is the boiling point.
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The mercury in the metropolis had crossed 40 degrees Centigrade four to five days ago.
Noori said the temperature in Herat on Monday was 45 that fell by one degree centigrade on Tuesday.
We are told that the choice between Fahrenheit and Centigrade (or even worse - Celsius, after its Swedish inventor, as it has been called by the Met Office since 1985) is largely a generational choice.
75 Colones (As of May 21, 1999) * JANUARY MEDIAN TEMPERATURE: San Salvador: 23 Centigrade, 73.
8 degrees Centigrade and the maximum temperature recorded was 27 degrees Centigrade.
An official of the Met Office said that the minimum temperature is expected to range between 12 degrees Centigrade to 14 degrees Centigrade during the period.
0 Percent Max, Physical Properties:- Bd Gm/Cc At 110 Degree Centigrade /24 Hrs-2.
5 degrees Centigrade while the maximum was 30 degrees Centigrade.