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  1. warm

    • IPA[wɔːm]

    英式

    • adj.
      of or at a fairly or comfortably high temperature;(of clothes or coverings) made of a material that helps the body to retain heat
    • v.
      make or become warm;spank (someone's buttocks)
    • n.
      a warm place or area;an act of warming something or oneself
    • noun: warm, plural noun: warms

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    • adj.
      形容詞
    • 1. of or at a fairly or comfortably high temperature:

      a warm September evening

      I walked quickly to keep warm

    • 2. (of clothes or coverings) made of a material that helps the body to retain heat:

      a warm winter coat

    • 3. (of a soil) quick to absorb heat or retaining heat.
    • 4. having or showing enthusiasm, affection, or kindness:

      they exchanged warm, friendly smiles

      a warm welcome

    • 5. characterized by lively or heated disagreement:

      a warm debate arose

    • 6. sexually explicit or titillating:

      if there is anything a little too warm in the play, it can easily be left out

    • 7. (of a colour) containing red, yellow, or orange tones:

      her fair colouring suited soft, warm shades

    • 8. (of a scent or trail) fresh; strong.
    • 9. (especially in children's games) close to discovering something or guessing the correct answer:

      we're getting warmer, sir

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

      I stamped my feet to warm them up

      the film warmed our hearts

    • 2. spank (someone's buttocks):

      I'll warm your bum if you don't come here this instant

    • n.
      名詞
    • 1. a warm place or area:

      stay in the warm, I've made up the fire for you

    • 2. an act of warming something or oneself:

      he had a cup of tea and a warm by the kitchen range

    • 3. short for British warm
    • n. a device for warming something; a thing that warms:

    • the rooms had towel warmers in the bathroom

      winter warmers like steamed syrup sponge

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    • n. a device for warming something; a thing that warms:

    • the rooms had towel warmers in the bathroom

      a winter warmer of hot oatmeal with maple syrup

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    • n. a period or act of preparation for a game, performance, or exercise session, involving gentle exercise or practice:

    • the pre-match warm-up

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    • n. a period or act of preparation for a match, performance, or exercise session, involving gentle exercise or practice:

    • the pre-match warm-up

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    • plural
      pleasantly emotional feelings or responses:
    • I came out of the movie beaming and full to the brim with warm fuzzies
    • adj.
      pleasantly emotional:
    • everyone left with a warm fuzzy feeling at the end of the event

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    • plural
      pleasantly emotional feelings or responses:
    • I came out of the movie beaming and full to the brim with warm fuzzies
    • adj.
      pleasantly emotional:
    • everyone left with a warm fuzzy feeling at the end of the event

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    • n. physical action that makes one warm through exertion:

    • the final sweaty pull up the eroded rocky path to the summit was warm work

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    • adj. relating to or denoting animals (chiefly mammals and birds) which maintain a constant body temperature, typically above that of the surroundings, by metabolic means; homeothermic:

    • some theories suggest that the dinosaurs were warm-blooded

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    • IPA[wôrm]

    美式

    • adj.
      of or at a fairly or comfortably high temperature:
    • a warm September evening

      I walked quickly to keep warm

    • v.
      make or become warm:
    • I stamped my feet to warm them up

      the film warmed our hearts

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