(of a scale) Having 100 divisions between two fixed points.
Misspelling of celsius.
(uncountable) A centigrade temperature scale having the freezing point of water defined as 0° and its boiling point defined as 100° at standard atmospheric pressure. Now more commonly known as the Celsius scale.
A single degree on this scale.
‘a temperature of 34 centigrades’;
Consisting of a hundred degrees; graduated into a hundred divisions or equal parts.