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Meaning & Definition of Heat in English

English

Heat

/hit/

noun

1. A form of energy that is transferred by a difference in temperature

    synonym:
  • heat
  • ,
  • heat energy

2. The presence of heat

    synonym:
  • hotness
  • ,
  • heat
  • ,
  • high temperature

3. The sensation caused by heat energy

    synonym:
  • heat
  • ,
  • warmth

4. The trait of being intensely emotional

    synonym:
  • heat
  • ,
  • warmth
  • ,
  • passion

5. Applies to nonhuman mammals: a state or period of heightened sexual arousal and activity

    synonym:
  • estrus
  • ,
  • oestrus
  • ,
  • heat
  • ,
  • rut

6. A preliminary race in which the winner advances to a more important race

    synonym:
  • heat

7. Utility to warm a building

  • "The heating system wasn't working"
  • "They have radiant heating"
    synonym:
  • heating system
  • ,
  • heating plant
  • ,
  • heating
  • ,
  • heat

verb

1. Make hot or hotter

  • "The sun heats the oceans"
  • "Heat the water on the stove"
    synonym:
  • heat
  • ,
  • heat up

2. Provide with heat

  • "Heat the house"
    synonym:
  • heat

3. Arouse or excite feelings and passions

  • "The ostentatious way of living of the rich ignites the hatred of the poor"
  • "The refugees' fate stirred up compassion around the world"
  • "Wake old feelings of hatred"
    synonym:
  • inflame
  • ,
  • stir up
  • ,
  • wake
  • ,
  • ignite
  • ,
  • heat
  • ,
  • fire up

4. Gain heat or get hot

  • "The room heated up quickly"
    synonym:
  • heat
  • ,
  • hot up
  • ,
  • heat up

Examples of using

I do not like the heat during the summer.
The heat was so intense that I fainted.
I cannot heat the dinner. There is no gas.