Heat

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Definition

to heat up: to raise the temperature, to make hot, to warm
verb

heat: high temperature, warmth
noun

a heated (discussion): (a) passionate, animated (debate)
adjective

Examples

  • "Tomatoes grown in Spain and transported to the UK have much less of an impact than the same tomatoes grown in greenhouses in the UK, which require electricity to light and heat them."
  • "Alas, Gymglish user, although you sometimes forget my name in the heat of passion, calling me 'GymEnglish', my love for you never wavers, never falters!"
  • "While heating up the soup, I decided to read the ingredients."
  • "At 2.20pm Luna DeLune claims to have seen Icarus Quincy and Bruno having a heated argument by the coffee machine."
  • "People appreciate the aesthetics of the plants and the architecture, but they also notice the reduction of heating costs, and the water being saved."
  • "The heat will likely cause a drought in the region."

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