any of several units of heat, as one equivalent to 1000 large calories or 100,000 British thermal units.
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How to use therm in a sentence
The therm, or baths, were vast structures in which multitudes of people could bathe at once.
The therm, properly speaking, were a Roman adaptation of the Greek gymnasium.History of Sanitation | John Joseph Cosgrove
In the atrium is a statue of Constantine found in his therm.Cathedral Cities of Italy | William Wiehe Collins
The ruins are, in fact, part of the Golden House, for the therm have been altogether destroyed.The Greville Memoirs | Charles C. F. Greville
Sometimes the Indian boys catch baby seals and keep therm for pets.Little Folks of North America | Mary Hazelton Wade
British Dictionary definitions for therm
British a unit of heat equal to 100 000 British thermal units. One therm is equal to 1.055 056 × 10 8 joules
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