Results for heat

Definitions of heat:

part of speech: noun

That which excites the sensation of warmth: sensation of warmth: a warm temperature: the warmest period, as the heat of the day: indication of warmth, flush, redness: excitement: a single course in a race: animation.

part of speech: verb

To make hot; to become warm; to warm with passion or desire; to excite.

part of speech: verb transitive

To make hot: to agitate.

part of speech: verb intransitive

To become hot:- pr. p. heating; pa. p. heated.

part of speech: noun

A physical form of energy, due to vibration, or motion, of the molecules, or minute particles, of which a body is composed; the sensation produced by a hot body; high temperature; opposite to cold; as, the heat of summer; the state of being hot; effervescence or bubbling; agitation of sudden or violent passion; ardor; vehemence; redness or flush of the face; a course at a race; hot weather.

part of speech: noun

The sensation experienced on approaching or touching a hot body; caloric; strong excitement or agitation; ardour; fervency; a single effort, as in a race; a course.

part of speech: verb transitive

To make hot; warm; excite with passion or desire; make feverish; animate.

part of speech: verb intransitive

To become hot.

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