thermic

thermic
['θɜːmɪk]
aggettivo fis. tecn. termico
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thermic /ˈɵɜ:mɪk/ (fis.)
a.
termico: thermic rays, raggi termici; thermic energy, energia termica
● (tecn.) thermic cutting, ossitaglio
thermically
avv.
termicamente.
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['θɜːmɪk]
aggettivo fis. tecn. termico

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