• Celsius. See Table at measurement.
• Having 100 divisions between two fixed points.
• Celsius.
• composed of a hundred degrees; finished into 100 divisions or equal parts.
• of or relating to a temperature scale which the freezing point of water is 0 degrees as well as the boiling point of liquid is 100 levels
• Celsius. See Table at measurement.
• Having 100 divisions between two fixed things.
• Celsius.
• comprising 100 levels; finished into 100 divisions or equal components.
• of or associated with a temperature scale upon which the freezing point of water is 0 degrees plus the boiling-point of liquid is 100 degrees
• noun:
• A centigrade heat scale having the freezing point of water thought as 0° and its particular boiling point thought as 100° at standard atmospheric pressure. Now known because the Celsius scale.
• A centigrade temperature scale obtaining the freezing point of water thought as 0° and its boiling point understood to be 100° at standard atmospheric pressure. Now known once the Celsius scale.
• others:
• comprising one hundred degrees; finished into one hundred divisions or equal components: usually put following the noun which it qualifies, like troy, avoirdupois, etc.
• Pertaining to the scale which can be split into a hundred levels: since, a centigrade level. Its acronym is C.: as, 35° C.
• composed of 100 levels; finished into 100 divisions or equal parts: frequently put after the noun which it qualifies, like troy, avoirdupois, etc.
• with respect to the scale that is split into a hundred levels: because, a centigrade level. Its abbreviation is C.: as, 35° C.

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• Celsius. See Table at measurement.