English [ edit ]
( comfort zone plural ) comfort zones
range of temperature, humidity, and other environmental factors that people or other organisms require in order to be physiologically unstressed.
2014, Terri Mauro, The Everything Parent's Guide to Sensory Processing Disorder, , page 191: ISBN 144057457X
The child who swings between extremes has trouble finding the comfort zone—the area in which her body is comfortable, efficient, and alert.
2015, The Worldwatch Institute, State of the World 2000, : ISBN 1610916395
All this is very bad news for coral, which has a fairly limited temperature comfort zone.
2015, Victor Olgyay, Design with Climate: Bioclimatic Approach to Architectural Regionalism, : ISBN 1400873681
The desirable comfort zone indicated lies between 30 and 65% relative humidity.
2016, Gail Damerow, The Chicken Health Handbook, : ISBN 1603428585
The warmest temperature that defines this comfort zone is the critical high temperature, above which chickens suffer heat stress. The lowest temperature is the critical low, below which chickens suffer cold stress.
( idiomatic , by extension ) The range of circumstances in which a person feels relaxed or able to cope.
The demanding interview panel took him well out of his comfort zone.
Translations [ edit ]
range of environmental factors
, 舒適區 舒适区 ( shūshìqū )
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circumstances in which a person feels relaxed