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Noun
The condition or quality of being hot
“Afterwards, we de-ice ourselves in the welcome, healing heat of the water.”
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Hot weather conditions
“The weatherman says the scorching heat will be returning later this week.”
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Intensity of feeling, especially of anger or excitement
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“You're not the kind of guy who gets caught up in the heat of the moment and does something stupid.”
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(the heat, slang) The police or law enforcement
“Niko Bellic drove like a crazed man, desperate to get away from the heat.”
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(slang) A concealed firearm, usually a handgun
“Approach the suspect with caution as he may be packing heat.”
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A female equivalent of a patrolman
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An event in which people compete, typically for amusement and for a prize
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Energized matter, power
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A sense of stressful urgency caused by having too many demands on one's time or resources
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An element on a kitchen stove that generates localized heat for cooking
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The quality of being spicy or peppery in flavor
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The hottest season of the year
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Agitation and excitement among a group of people
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The state of being irascible
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All the cannon and small arms collectively, with their equipments, belonging to a ship or a fortification
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Any of the variations of high speed pitches thrown in baseball
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A steady radiance of light or heat
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The state of being cold and damp
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A section or stage of a journey or process
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A long and serious speech given as a scolding or reprimand
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Verb
To cause an increase in temperature of an object or space
“Warmer temperatures would heat the ice mass, causing a dense fog to form.”
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(heat up) To become hot or hotter
“Daily temperatures should gradually begin to heat up as summer approaches.”
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("heat up", figuratively) To become more intense and exciting
“Things, of course, begin to heat up when two girls move in next door.”
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("heat up", figuratively) To become increasingly angry
“Donny began to heat up after reading the false news reports about him and quickly reached for his phone to vent his frustrations on Twitter.”
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To prepare food for consumption, usually using heat
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To disturb the composure of
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Convert into oxide
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To turn into vapour
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Pasteurise or pasteurize
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To make or become liquefied by heat
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