Definition of dew point in English:

dew point

Syllabification: dew point

noun

The atmospheric temperature (varying according to pressure and humidity) below which water droplets begin to condense and dew can form.
More example sentences
  • Starkey says the league sets standards the Ducks have to meet for ice and building temperatures, the dew point and humidity, which, if all are met, will provide the best ice.
  • Dew point (or dew point temperature) and relative humidity go hand-in-hand and both involve evaporation and condensation.
  • When it cools below the dew point, it condenses back into a liquid - the first phase change.

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