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climate control

noun
1.
a thermostat for controlling a heating or air-conditioning system.
Related forms
climate-controlled, adjective
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Examples from the web for climate control
  • climate control knobs are so low you've got to take your eyes off the road.
  • It rather reveals the underlying thought is more about human control rather than climate control.
  • Which is why, sooner or later, they will have to go along with the rest of us and work toward climate control.
  • Expect basic amenities such as climate control and reclining seats with headrests and foot rests.
  • Inside, a new premium package offers upscale amenities that include heated leather seats and automatic climate control.
  • Definitely your way on climate control is not the best way for all of us.
  • Prioritize the requirements for the new climate control system.
  • The use of the building will determine the level of interior comfort and climate control.
  • Insulation should be enough to allow for adequate climate control of the container.
  • AC units need to be large enough to provide adequate climate control to the containers.

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