Definition of degrees of frost in English:

degrees of frost

British Degrees below freezing point: he insisted on inspecting troops in 23 degrees of frost
More example sentences
  • At Churchill an exposed thermometer registered 5.5 degrees F on Thursday morning, equal to 26.5 degrees of frost, and this was in a fairly sheltered position.
  • Given the plunging temperatures - they dropped to 18F on Christmas Day, or 14 degrees of frost - folk were seeking indoor entertainment.
  • And you can bet that this winter when you read ‘there was ten degrees of frost in Kendal at the weekend,’ it will be Fahrenheit, which has been invoked for maximum effect.
See parent entry: frost

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