Warm up

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Definition

to warm (something) up: to heat, to reheat (something); to make (something) hot
verb
-Could you warm up some dinner for me? -Yes, I'll put it in the microwave for a couple of minutes.
Let's warm up the house with a fire!

(The audience really) warmed up (during his speech): (The audience really) livened up, relaxed, came to life (during his speech)
verb

Examples

  • "Philip : Alright, let's just warm this baby up, and ok, here we go."
  • "I've switched off the central heating to save a bit of cash, so it's a bit chilly, but I've got plenty of blankets, and a cup of Irish coffee will warm you right up."

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