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In speaking English, how to say 100F? 100 degrees or 100 Fahrenheit?
Thanks in advance.
But sometimes the context gives a "default" value (one that is understood implicitly). In a US weather forecast I think (;-?) the understanding is that Fahrenheit will be used; in a UK weather forecast, it's Celsius. Occasionally they will translate: '...temperatures rising to 28 degrees Celsius - that's 82 Fahrenheit'.