heat


heat
I
n.
warmth

1) to generate, produce; radiate heat

2) to alleviate the heat

3) blistering, extreme, great, intense, oppressive, scorching, stifling, sweltering, unbearable heat

4) dry; penetrating; radiant; red; white heat

5) animal; body heat

6) heat emanates from (an oven)

excitement

7) in the heat (of battle)

estrus, sexual excitement

8) in (AE), on (BE) heat (the bitch was in heat)

heating system

9) to turn on the heat

10) to turn off the heat

11) electric; gas; steam heat

preliminary race, race

12) to run a dead heat

13) a qualifying heat

pressure

(colloq.)

14) to put the heat on (the police were putting the heat on him)

II
v.

1) (C) heat some water for me; or: heat me some water

2) (D; tr.) to heat to (she heated the oven to two hundred degrees)

* * *
[hiːt]
body heat
intense
oppressive
or: heat me some water
penetrating
radiate heat
scorching
steam heat
stifling
sweltering
unbearable heat
white heat
on (BE) heat (the bitch was in heat)
(C) heat some water for me
['heating system'] to turn on the heat
['preliminary race, race'] to run a dead heat
['warmth'] to generate
a qualifying heat
blistering
electric
to alleviate the heat
to turn off the heat
['estrus, sexual excitement'] in (AE)
heat emanates from (an oven)
['excitement'] in the heat (of battle)
(D; tr.) to heat to (she heated the oven to two hundred degrees)
['pressure'] (colloq.) to put the heat on (the police were putting the heat on him)

Combinatory dictionary. 2013.

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