US: /ˈtɛmpɝət/, /ˈtɛmpɹət/
UK: /tˈɛmpəɹət/

English Vietnamese dictionary

temperate /'tempərit/
  • tính từ
    • có chừng mực, vừa phải, điều độ
    • ôn hoà
      • temperate climate: khí hậu ôn hoà
    • đắn đo, giữ gìn (lời nói)

Advanced English dictionary

+ adjective
1 [usually before noun] (technical) (of a climate or region) having a mild temperature without extremes of heat or cold: temperate zones / forests / latitudes
2 (formal) behaving in a calm and controlled way
Antonym: of sense 2 INTEMPERATE
temperately adverb

Thesaurus dictionary

1 moderate, reasonable, (self-)restrained, disciplined, controlled, forbearing, reasonable, sensible, sane, rational, not excessive, composed, steady, stable, even-tempered, equable, sober, sober-sided, sober-minded, mild, dispassionate, unimpassioned, cool, cool-headed, unexcited, calm, unruffled, tranquil, imperturbable, unperturbed, self-possessed, quiet, serene:
Even the most temperate of women would lose her cool when dealing with a man like that.
2 abstemious, teetotal, abstinent, continent, moderate, sober; chaste, celibate, austere, ascetic, self-denying, puritanical:
Those who lead temperate lives seem to live no longer than those who yield to dissipation.

Concise English dictionary

+(of weather or climate) free from extremes; mild; or characteristic of such weather or climate
+not extreme in behavior
+not extreme