- adj. Less than zero, most commonly used to refer to temperature.
“Look at all the folks who are in subzero temps right now and still adamantly maintain they need/love the change of seasons so would never move to Mexico.”
“What'll be more impressive is to see him out in subzero weather shaking hands at the L stations.”
“I dropped my first goose in subzero weather when the lower river was frozen over completely (a rare occurrence even in those days).”
“We all want to know if condensation is a problem in subzero temps (just kidding ... sort of).”
“Next fall, designer Nicole Miller will intro-duce a size tentatively called "subzero," for women with 231/2-inch waists (about the circumference of a junior soccer ball) and 35-inch hips.”
“But we're prepared, with all of our kind of subzero gear out here.”
“The management serves customers vodka, sending them into a kind of subzero ecstasy.”
“My life was hard labor in a Siberian logging camp, working all year round, maintaining an ice road for the transport of timber in subzero temperatures.”
“It was there that Amundsen learned how to handle sled dogs and dress for the subzero temperatures, two skills that would prove essential in Antarctica.”
“WHITFIELD: Despite subzero temperatures, more than 50,000 people are expected to visit Harbin before the festival ends in February.”
Looking for tweets for subzero.