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  1. heat

    • IPA[hēt]

    美式

    • n.
      the quality of being hot; high temperature;heat seen as a form of energy arising from the random motion of the molecules of bodies, which may be transferred by conduction, convection, or radiation.
    • v.
      make or become hot or warm;(of a person) become excited or impassioned
    • noun: heat, plural noun: heats

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    • n.
      名詞
    • 1. the quality of being hot; high temperature:

      it is sensitive to both heat and cold

    • 2. heat seen as a form of energy arising from the random motion of the molecules of bodies, which may be transferred by conduction, convection, or radiation.
    • 3. hot weather conditions:

      the oppressive heat was making both men sweat

    • 4. a source or level of heat for cooking:

      remove from the heat and beat in the butter

    • 5. a spicy quality in food that produces a burning sensation in the mouth:

      chili peppers add taste and heat to food

    • 6. the amount of heat that is needed to cause a specific process or is evolved in such a process:

      the heat of formation

    • 7. a single operation of heating something, especially metal in a furnace:

      about 100 tons is removed in each heat

    • 8. intensity of feeling, especially of anger or excitement:

      words few men would dare use to another, even in the heat of anger

    • 9. intensive and unwelcome pressure or criticism, especially from the authorities:

      a flurry of legal proceedings turned up the heat in the dispute

    • 10. a preliminary round in a race or contest:

      the 200-meter heats

    • v.
      動詞
    • 1. make or become hot or warm:

      the room faces north and is difficult to heat

      the pipes expand as they heat up

    • 2. (of a person) become excited or impassioned:

      he seemed to calm down as quickly as he had heated up

    • 3. become more intense and exciting:

      the action really begins to heat up

    • 4. inflame; excite:

      this discourse had heated them

    • adj. made warm or hot:

    • a heated swimming pool

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    • adj. made warm or hot:

    • a heated swimming pool

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    • n. equipment or devices used to provide heat, especially to a building:

    • baseboard heating

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    • n. equipment or devices used to provide heat, especially to a building:

    • we had no heating in our bedrooms

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    • n. a representation of data in the form of a map or diagram in which data values are represented as colours:

    • he created one of the earliest online heat maps of crime data

      impulses detected by the electrodes are used to create a heat map of the brain, showing which areas are most active

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    • adj. able to resist great heat; heatproof.

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    • n. the temperature or state of something that is so hot that it emits white light.

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    • n.
      a situation in or result of a race in which two or more competitors are exactly even:
    • competition is always fierce, with a dead heat in one of the early races

      there was a dead heat for second place

    • v.
      run or finish a race exactly even:
    • he dead-heated at Aintree

      his riding of Marina Park to dead-heat with King's Signet was inspired

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    • IPA[hiːt]

    英式

    • n.
      the quality of being hot; high temperature:
    • the fierce heat of the sun
    • v.
      make or become hot or warm:
    • the room faces north and is difficult to heat

      the pipes expand as they heat up

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