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degree–day

noun de·gree–day \di-ˈgrē-ˌdā\

Definition of DEGREE-DAY

:  a unit that represents one degree of difference from a given point (as 65°) in the mean daily outdoor temperature and that is used especially to measure heat requirements

First Known Use of DEGREE-DAY

1832

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