- degree; degrees.
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Examples from the Web for deg
Their position then—according to Pitt's log—was approximately 75 deg.Captain Blood
The cold was intense—the thermometer registering more than 60 deg.Doctor Jones' Picnic
S. E. Chapman
We think your trouble is not so much the temperature of the fat, which should be about 350 deg.
The usual time and temperature for baking layer cakes is 400 deg.
Cuba lies from east to west, in north latitude, from 20 to 23 deg.The Pirates of Panama
A. O. (Alexandre Olivier) Exquemelin
- Northern English dialect to water (a plant, etc)
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