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liáng tǐ wēn
phr. take one's temperature
Discussion of 量体温/量體溫
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What is the proper way to use 量体温 (liáng tǐ wēn) in a sentence?
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The proper way to use 量体温 (liáng tǐ wēn) in a sentence is to say "我要量体温 (wǒ yào liáng tǐ wēn)" which translates to "I want to take my temperature". 量体温 (liáng tǐ wēn) is a verb phrase that means "to take one's temperature". A synonom of 量体温 is 测体温 (cè tǐ wēn), which also means "to measure one's temperature".
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