[far-uh n-hahyt; German fahr-uh n-hahyt] /ˈfær ənˌhaɪt; German ˈfɑr ənˌhaɪt/
[German gah-bree-el dah-nee-el] /German ˈgɑ briˌɛl ˈdɑ niˌɛl/ (Show IPA), 1686–1736, German physicist: devised a temperature scale and introduced the use of mercury in thermometers.
noting, pertaining to, or measured according to a temperature scale (Fahrenheit scale) in which 32° represents the ice point and 212° the steam point. Symbol: F.
of or measured according to the Fahrenheit scale of temperature F
Gabriel Daniel (ˈɡaːbrieːl ˈdaːnieːl). 1686–1736, German physicist, who invented the mercury thermometer and devised the temperature scale that bears his name
1753, named for Gabriel Daniel Fahrenheit (1686-1736), Prussian physicist who proposed the scale in 1714. An abstract surname meaning literally “experience.”
Fahrenheit Fahr·en·heit (fār’ən-hīt’)
Of or relating to a temperature scale that registers the freezing point of water as 32°F and the boiling point as 212°F at one atmosphere of pressure.
Fahrenheit, Gabriel Daniel 1686-1736.
German physicist who invented the mercury thermometer in 1714 and devised the Fahrenheit temperature scale.
Relating to or based on a temperature scale that indicates the freezing point of water as 32° and the boiling point of water as 212° under standard atmospheric pressure.
A temperature scale according to which water freezes at 32 degrees and boils at 212 degrees. The scale was devised by Gabriel Daniel Fahrenheit, an instrument maker of the eighteenth century, born in Germany.
A temperature scale, used primarily in the United States, in which the freezing point of water is 32 degrees and the boiling point 212 degrees. Temperatures in this scale are denoted by °F or, in scientific usage, F alone. (Compare Celsius.)
- Gabriele dannunzio
[dahn-noon-tsyaw] /dɑnˈnun tsyɔ/ noun 1. Gabriele [gah-bree-e-le] /ˌgɑ briˈɛ lɛ/ (Show IPA), . [duh-noo n-see-oh; Italian dahn-noon-tsyaw] /dəˈnʊn siˌoʊ; Italian dɑnˈnun tsyɔ/ noun 1. Gabriele [Italian gah-bree-e-le] /Italian ˌgɑ briˈɛ lɛ/ (Show IPA), (Duca Minimo) 1863–1938, Italian soldier, novelist, and poet. /Italian danˈnuntsjo/ noun 1. Gabriele (ɡaˈbrjɛːle). 1863–1938, Italian poet, dramatist, novelist, national hero, and […]
- Gabriel fauré
[foh-rey] /foʊˈreɪ/ noun 1. Gabriel Urbain [ga-bree-el oor-ban] /ga briˈɛl urˈbɛ̃/ (Show IPA), 1845–1924, French composer. /ˈfɔːreɪ; French fore/ noun 1. Gabriel (Urbain) (ɡabriɛl). 1845–1924, French composer and teacher, noted particularly for his song settings of French poems, esp those of Verlaine, his piano music, and his Messe de Requiem (1887)
[gey-bree-el-uh, gab-ree-] /ˌgeɪ briˈɛl ə, ˌgæb ri-/ noun 1. a female given name.
- Gabriel marcel
[mahr-sel; French mar-sel] /mɑrˈsɛl; French marˈsɛl/ noun 1. Gabriel [ga-bree-el] /ga briˈɛl/ (Show IPA), 1887–1973, French philosopher, dramatist, and critic. 2. a male given name. /mɑːˈsɛl/ noun 1. Also called marcel wave. a hairstyle characterized by repeated regular waves, popular in the 1920s verb -cels, -celling, -celled 2. (transitive) to make such waves in (the […]