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thermograph a thermometer containing an infrared camera that automatically records the temperature it measures.
thermographic of or related to thermography.
thermography the use of an infrared camera to measure temperature variations within an object or body part. [2 definitions]
thermojunction the point of contact made when the two conductors of a thermocouple are joined together.
thermometer an instrument for measuring temperature, esp. a sealed glass tube with a calibrated scale on the outside and a column of liquid, usu. mercury, inside that rises or falls as the temperature changes.
thermonuclear of, pertaining to, or resulting from the fusion of the nuclei of a gas at very high temperatures. [2 definitions]
thermopile a device consisting of a series of connected thermocouples, used to generate thermoelectric current or to measure very small changes in temperature.
thermoplastic softening and becoming pliable when heated, but returning to its original state and properties when cooled, as certain plastics and resins. [2 definitions]
thermoregulation the maintenance by a living body of a constant internal body temperature regardless of outside environmental temperature.
Thermos trademark for a container using an inside vacuum holder to keep beverages or foods at their original temperature. [2 definitions]
thermosetting denoting materials that harden and set permanently under heat, such as certain resins.
thermosphere the extreme outer edge of the earth's atmosphere, within which temperature increases steadily with altitude.
thermostat an automatic device that regulates temperature, as in a room or on an electrical heating or cooling appliance, by activating controls in response to temperature changes.
thermotropism any growth or movement, positive or negative, that is made by plants or other living organisms in response to heat.
theropod any dinosaur of the suborder Theropoda, such as Tyrannosaurus and Velociraptor, characterized by hollow bones and three-toed limbs, usually possessing short forelimbs and walking on two legs.
Theropoda a suborder of dinosaur characterized by hollow bones and three-toed limbs.
the salt of the earth a very good-hearted and decent person or group of people.
the same in the same manner or way.
thesaurus a dictionary of words grouped as synonyms or antonyms. [2 definitions]
these the things, persons, or animals that are currently being talked about or being pointed to in a spot very close to the speaker. [2 definitions]
Theseus king of Athens who, according to Greek mythology, slew the Minotaur and, with the help of Ariadne, found his way out of the Labyrinth.