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heat  Verb
Plural: heats
  1. Translate "heat" to Spanish: calentar, caldear
    English Synonyms of "heat": heat up, make warm, warm, warm up, make hot, take the chill off, take the chill out of
    Define meaning of "heat": Make hot or hotter. ; Provide with heat.
  2. Heat the soup.
    Heat the house.

  3. Translate "heat" to Spanish: calentarse
    English Synonyms of "heat": become heated, get heated, get hot, get warm, heat up, warm up, become hot
    Define meaning of "heat": Gain heat or get hot.
  4. The room heated up quickly.

  5. Translate "heat" to Spanish: calefaccionar


heat  Noun
  1. Translate "heat" to Spanish: calor, temperatura, chicharra, sofoquina
    English Synonyms of "heat": temperature, warmth
    Define meaning of "heat": The presence of heat. ; The sensation caused by heat energy.

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  3. Translate "heat" to Spanish: celo, estro
    English Synonyms of "heat": rutting time, estrus, rut, oestrus
    Define meaning of "heat": Applies to nonhuman mammals: a state or period of heightened sexual arousal and activity.

  4. Translate "heat" to Spanish: acaloramiento, encendimiento, ardentía
    English Synonyms of "heat": fieriness, excitement, vehemence, ardency, ardor
    Define meaning of "heat": Intense passion or emotion.

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  6. Translate "heat" to Spanish: eliminatoria
    English Synonyms of "heat": contest, elimination round, knockout competition, preliminary round, qualifying round, dive, knockdown
    Define meaning of "heat": A preliminary race in which the winner advances to a more important race.

  7. Translate "heat" to Spanish: búsqueda
    English Synonyms of "heat": pursuit, quest, research, search, hunt, inquiry, query, searching, seek
    Define meaning of "heat": A search for an alternative that meets cognitive criteria.

  8. Translate "heat" to Spanish: persecución
    English Synonyms of "heat": chase, hunt, persecution, pursuit, chevy, chivvy, chivy
    Define meaning of "heat": The act of pursuing in an effort to overtake or capture.


  9. Translate "heat" to Spanish: bola rápida bien ejecutada
    English Synonyms of "heat": good fastball

  10. Translate "heat" to Spanish: arma de fuego
    English Synonyms of "heat": firearm, gun, shooting iron, Betsey, betsy, blaster, cannon, equalizer, fire stick
    Define meaning of "heat": A portable gun.

  11. Translate "heat" to Spanish: policía
    English Synonyms of "heat": police, police department, police force, Five-O, fuzz, boys in blue, filth
    Define meaning of "heat": The force of policemen and officers.


heat  Adjective
  1. Translate "heat" to Spanish: térmico, calorífico, termal
    English Synonyms of "heat": thermal, thermic, calorific
    Define meaning of "heat": Caused by or designed to retain heat. ; Of or relating to hot a hot spring. ; Relating to or associated with heat.

  2. Translate "heat" to Spanish: estral
    English Synonyms of "heat": estrous, oestrous

Verb Conjugation for "heat"
Gerund: heating

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Conceptually-related expressions of "heat"
acclimatization to heat
air-condensation heat pump
amount of heat
animal heat
apply heat to
at a moderate heat
atomic heat
available heat
bake in the heat
be in heat
be on heat
be oppressed with heat
be packing heat
be suffering from oppressive heat
big heat
blood heat
blow heat
body heat
body heat loss
bring to white heat
burn with great heat
canned heat
capable of stopping radiant heat
coefficient of heat transfer
conductive heat
conglomerate by heat-hardening
convective heat
conversive heat
cook on low heat
cooking procedure which uses dry heat and then humid heat
cop-heat
crazy from the heat
dead heat
deep heat
delayed heat
dried up by heat
drowsy from the heat
dry heat
dry heat sterilization
electric heat accumulator
emission of light with limited emission of heat
extreme heat
fear of heat
feel suffocated by heat
fever heat
give heat to
great heat
hysteresis heat
impermeability to heat
impervious to heat
in heat
infrared heat
initial heat
innate heat
interval of sexual inactivity or quiescence between periods of heat
irrational fear of heat
Joule heat
latent heat
luminous heat
midsummer heat
mixture of powdered aluminum and a metallic oxide which emits an extremely high heat
moist heat
molecular heat
of a combination of moisture and heat
on heat
oppressive heat
pack heat
Peltier heat
perception of heat
phobia of heat
prickly heat
printer that transfers an image on paper using heat
property of not transmitting radiant heat
put the heat on
qualifying heat
radiant heat
radiogenic heat
re-heat
recovery heat
red heat
residual heat load
resistance heat
respiration heat
science of heat
sensation of heat
sensible heat
sensible heat ratio
small oven for concentrating heat
solar heat
specific heat
specific heat capacity
steam heat
stiffness which is produced by coagulation of muscle proteins by heat
stifling heat
subject to extreme heat
sudden increase in glowing exhibited by a metal when cooling from white heat
suffer from oppressive heat
suffer from the heat
suffer heat
suffocate in the heat
suffocating heat
sultry heat
supplemental heat
surface coefficient of heat transfer
take the heat
Thomson heat
to be in heat
torrid heat
total heat
unbearable heat
unit of heat
waste heat
waste heat utilization
which is increasing in heat
white heat
wilt from excessive heat
without heat
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