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German - English (British) translations for "Temperatur"

"Temperatur" German translation




The word 'Temperatur' in German means temperature.

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Meaning: temperature

Die Temperatur heute beträgt 25 Grad Celsius.

The temperature today is 25 degrees Celsius.

Meaning: fever

Er hat eine hohe Temperatur und fühlt sich schwach.

He has a high fever and feels weak.

Meaning: mood

Seine schlechte Laune hat die Temperatur der Party verdorben.

His bad mood spoiled the atmosphere of the party.


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A1: Die Temperatur ist heute sehr hoch.

A1: The temperature is very high today.

A1: Welche Temperatur herrscht in diesem Raum?

A1: What is the temperature in this room?

A1: Ich mag die warme Temperatur im Sommer.

A1: I like the warm temperature in summer.

B1: Die Temperatur sinkt langsam ab.

B1: The temperature is slowly dropping.

B1: In der Nacht wird die Temperatur unter den Gefrierpunkt fallen.

B1: The temperature will drop below freezing at night.

B1: Die Temperatur hat sich seit gestern um 5 Grad erhöht.

B1: The temperature has increased by 5 degrees since yesterday.

C1: Es wird erwartet, dass die Temperaturen in den nächsten Tagen steigen werden.

C1: It is expected that temperatures will rise in the next few days.

C1: Die Temperatur schwankt stark zwischen Tag und Nacht.

C1: The temperature fluctuates greatly between day and night.

C1: Die durchschnittliche Temperatur im Januar beträgt -2 Grad Celsius.

C1: The average temperature in January is -2 degrees Celsius.

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Temperature is a measure of the average kinetic energy of the particles in a substance. It is commonly used to describe how hot or cold something is. In scientific terms, temperature is measured using various scales such as Celsius, Fahrenheit, and Kelvin.

In everyday life, we often use temperature to determine what clothes to wear, how to adjust the thermostat in our homes, or whether it's safe to go outside without a jacket. Temperature also plays a crucial role in many natural processes, such as weather patterns, plant growth, and animal behavior.

Understanding temperature is important in fields like meteorology, physics, chemistry, and engineering. It helps us predict and control the behavior of materials and systems, and it provides valuable information for making informed decisions in various industries and sectors.

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