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sub-zero

[ suhb-zeer-oh ]
/ sʌbˈzɪər oʊ /
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adjective
indicating or recording lower than zero on some scale, especially on the Fahrenheit scale: a week of sub-zero temperatures.
characterized by or appropriate for sub-zero temperatures: sub-zero climates; sub-zero clothing for the exploration.
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British Dictionary definitions for sub-zero

subzero
/ (sʌbˈzɪərəʊ) /

adjective
(esp of temperature) lower or less than zero
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