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English translation: Temperarture

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Urdu term or phrase:darzaa-e-haraarat
English translation:Temperarture
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14:12 Dec 18, 2003
Urdu to English translations [Non-PRO]
Science
Urdu term or phrase: darzaa-e-haraarat
I need to know the English counterpart of this term.

Thanks in anticipation.
chopra_2002
India
Local time: 18:20
Temperarture
Explanation:
tem·per·a·ture
Pronunciation: 'tem-p&(r)-"chur, -p(&-)r&-, -ch&r, -"tyur, -"tur
Function: noun
Etymology: Latin temperatura mixture, moderation, from temperatus, past participle of temperare
Date: 1533

2a : degree of hotness or coldness measured on a definite scale -- compare THERMOMETER b : the degree of heat that is natural to the body of a living being c : abnormally high body heat d : relative state of emotional warmth <scandals raised the political temperature>
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Shahid Khan
United Kingdom
Local time: 12:50
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Temperarture


Explanation:
tem·per·a·ture
Pronunciation: 'tem-p&(r)-"chur, -p(&-)r&-, -ch&r, -"tyur, -"tur
Function: noun
Etymology: Latin temperatura mixture, moderation, from temperatus, past participle of temperare
Date: 1533

2a : degree of hotness or coldness measured on a definite scale -- compare THERMOMETER b : the degree of heat that is natural to the body of a living being c : abnormally high body heat d : relative state of emotional warmth <scandals raised the political temperature>


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Shahid Khan
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