thermal

[Adjective] To do with or caused by heat.
Example: When it’s cold I wear thermal underwear.
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Thermal

Coefficient of Resistance The change in resistance of a semiconductor per unit change in temperature, over a specific range of temperature.
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Thermal

A printing system where dots are selectively heated and cooled and drag upon a heat sensitive paper. The paper turns dark in the heated areas. See AIM document T-20, 'Direct Thermal Printing'.
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thermal

[adj] - relating to or associated with heat 2. [adj] - caused by or designed to retain heat 3. [n] - rising current of warm air
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thermal

Pertaining to heat.
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Thermal

Adjective describing the effects of temperature of heat, e.g. thermal effects.
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Thermal

Ther'mal adjective [ Latin thermae hot springs, from Greek ..., plural of ... heat, from ... hot, warm, ... to warm, make hot; perhaps akin to Latin formus warm, and English forceps .] Of or pertaining to heat; warm; hot; as, the thermal unit; thermal waters. «
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thermal

Pertaining to or characterised by heat. ... (18 Nov 1997) ...
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thermal

thermic adjective relating to or associated with heat; `thermal movements of molecules`; `thermal capacity`; `thermic energy`; `the caloric effect of sunlight`
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thermal

adjective caused by or designed to retain heat; `a thermal burn`; `thermal underwear`
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thermal

noun rising current of warm air
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thermal

(thur´mәl) pertaining to heat.
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Thermal

• (a.) Of or pertaining to heat; warm; hot; as, the thermal unit; thermal waters.
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thermal

current of air rising from a locally hot patch of ground. See updraft and downdraft.[4 related articles]
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thermal

pertaining to or characterized by heat.
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thermal

thermal 1. Relating to or involving heat or heat transfer. 2. A localized air current that rises aloft when the lower atmosphere is heated enough to produce an instability over a certain area. 3. A rising current of relatively warm air, used by gliders and birds to gain height. 4. In meteorology, a localized air current that rises aloft when the
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Thermal

A rising parcel of warm, and less dense, air generally produced when the Earth's surface is heated or when cold air moves over a warmer surface such as warm water.
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thermal

Type: Term Pronunciation: ther′măl Definitions: 1. Pertaining to heat.
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THERMAL

A rising column of relatively warm air
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Thermal

Risingcolumn of hot air used by a bird of prey to gain height
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thermal

A rising column of warm air, often found above rock outcrops, buildings or parking lots.
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Thermal

column of warm air used in soaring
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Thermal

A rising column of warm air, often found above rock outcrops, areas of rock or sand or burnt areas of land.
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Thermal

A small rising parcel of warm air produced when the earth's surface is unevenly heated.
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Thermal

A bubble of warm buoyant air rising through the atmosphere.
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