Celsius

temperature scale Temperature scale with the ice point of water as 0 and the boiling point as 100 at 1 standard atmosphere pressure. The degree Celsius is equal in magnitude to the Kelvin. The Celsius scale is the same as the centigrade scale. The temperature in Celsius = the temperature in Kelvin - 273.15

Celsius

A scale of temperature based on one introduced in 1742 by Celsius, a Swedish astronomer and physicist, who divided the interval between the freezing and boiling points of water into 100 parts, the lower fixed point being marked 100. The present system, where the freezing point is marked 0 and the boiling point is marked 100, was introduced by Chris...
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Celsius

The Systeme Internationale (SI) unit of temperature equivalent to the Centigrade scale. It does not use the prefix 'degrees'.
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Celsius

[adj] - of a temperature scale that registers the freezing point of water as 0 degrees C and the boiling point as 100 degrees C under normal atmospheric pressure 2. [n] - Swedish astronomer who devised the centigrade thermometer (1701-1744)
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Celsius

Also known as Centigrade. A scale for measuring temperature in which the freezing point of water is 0ƒ and the boiling point is 100ƒ. Now used for the oven settings on electric cookers, replacing the Fahrenheit scale which is gradually becoming obsolete in Europe.
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Celsius

[pronounce: sell-see-us] Degrees Celsius - the units for temperature (°C)
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Celsius

(°C) Celsius temperature scale; Celsius scale. A common but non-SI unit of temperature, defined by assigning temperatures of 0°C and 100°C to the freezing and boiling points of water, respectively.
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Celsius

A metric scale for measuring temperature
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Celsius

Cel'si·us noun The Celsius thermometer or scale, so called from Anders Celsius, a Swedish astronomer, who invented it. It is the same as the centigrade thermometer or scale.
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Celsius

<unit> A measurement of temperature (Celsius or Centigrade) that is commonly used in Europe. ... Normal body temperature is considered to be 37 degrees Celsius or 98.6 degrees Fahrenheit. Body temperature can vary 1/2 degree Celsius above or below 37 C and still be considered normal. Body temperature varies with many factors including level o...
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Celsius

Anders Celsius noun Swedish astronomer who devised the centigrade thermometer (1701-1744)
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Celsius

• (n.) The Celsius thermometer or scale, so called from Anders Celsius, a Swedish astronomer, who invented it. It is the same as the centigrade thermometer or scale.
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Celsius

Celsius, also known as centigrade, is a scale and unit of measurement for temperature. It is named after the Swedish astronomer Anders Celsius (1701–1744), who developed a similar temperature scale. The degree Celsius (°C) can refer to a specific temperature on the Celsius scale as well as a unit to indicate a temperature interval, a difference...
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Celsius

Type: Term Pronunciation: sel′sē-ŭs Definitions: 1. Anders, Swedish astronomer, 1701-1744. See: Celsius scale
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Celsius

see degree Celsius. The word 'degree' is often omitted in informal statements of temperature, as in 'we expect a high of about 23 Celsius today.'
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Celsius

Scale of temperature, previously called centigrade, in which the range from freezing to boiling of water is divided into 100 degrees, freezing point being 0 degrees and boiling point 100 degrees. The degree centigrade (°C) was officially renamed Celsius in 1948 to avoid confusion with the angular measure known as the centigrade (one hundredth ...
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Celsius

[crater] This is a heavily worn crater with a southwest rim that has been damaged by multiple small crater impacts. There is a valley-like gap in the northern rim that joins Celsius with Celsius A. The interior floor of Celsius is almost featureless, except for a small craterlet in the northern half. ==Satellite craters== By convention thes...
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Celsius

a temperature scale in which zero is the freezing point of water and one hundred is the boiling point.
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Celsius

A temperature scale in which zero is the freezing point of water and one hundred is the boiling point.
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Celsius

A common but non-SI unit of temperature, defined by assigning temperatures of 0
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Celsius

The degree Celsius (
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Celsius

The temperature scale in which one division or degree is taken as one hundredth part of the interval between the freezing point (00C) and the boiling point (1000 C) of water at standard atmospheric pressure.
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