English to Afrikaans Meaning :: temperature

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Noun
temperatuur, graad, koors, hitte, ywer, dooie hitte, vuur, woede, opwinding, somer
warmte, temperatuur

Temperature    :temperatuur

 

Temperature - temperatuur

Temperatures :: temperature





  

Related Words

1. room temperature :: kamertemperatuur


Synonyms
M

1. temperature :: temperatuur


2. degree :: graad


3. fever :: koors


4. heat :: hitte


5. fervor :: ywer


6. dead heat :: dooie hitte


7. fire :: vuur


8. anger :: woede


9. excitement :: opwinding


10. rage :: woede


11. summer :: somer


12. warmth :: warmte


Different forms

temperature, temperatures


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