Definition of

Fahrenheit

Fahrenheit
Fahrenheit is a temperature scale.

It is used to tell how hot or cold something is.

It is often written as °F

Water freezes at 32° F and boils at 212° F

(The picture shows a thermometer with Fahrenheit on the outer circle and Celsius on the inner circle)
See: Celsius

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