🌡️ thermometer emoji

What does the 🌡️ thermometer emoji mean?

The thermometer emoji is a graphical representation of a clinical thermometer, typically used to measure temperature. It generally depicted as a long, thin glass tube filled with a mercury or colored liquid, with a bulbous end that is inserted into the mouth or under the armpit to measure body temperature, and a scale on the side to measure the temperature. This emoji can be used to convey a variety of meanings related to temperature, such as feeling hot or cold, or to indicate that someone has a fever or is sick. It can also be used in more metaphorical ways, such as to indicate that something is "heating up" or "cooling down" figuratively. Additionally, it can be use to indicate the weather, discussing about temperature, or even in the context of cooking, referring the measure of the temperature in a grill or oven.

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Information about the 🌡️ thermometer emoji

  • Full Name: 🌡️ thermometer
  • Category: travel-places
  • How to type shortcode:
  • Unicode (fully qualified): U+1F321
  • Hex code point: 1F321

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