English to Greek Meaning :: heat

Heat :
θερμότητα
θερμότητα, ζέστη, θερμότης, καύσωνας, δρόμοςθερμαίνω - θερμότηταθερμότηταθερμόςθερμάστραθερμαντήρεςθέρμανσηθερμαίνειπροθέρμανσηπροθερμασμένοπροθέρμανσηπροθερμαίνει
 
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Noun(1) The presence of heat(2) The sensation caused by heat energy(3) The trait of being intensely emotional(4) Applies to nonhuman mammals: a state or period of heightened sexual arousal and activity(5) A preliminary race in which the winner advances to a more important race(6) Utility to warm a building(7) Intense passion or emotion(8) High temperature(9) Anger(10) Passion
Verb(1) Provide with heat(2) Arouse or excite feelings and passions(3) Gain heat or get hot(4) Make or become hot

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(1) The action really begins to heat up(2) Electromagnetic waves of radio frequency can make molecules vibrate and heat up - like microwaves heat food.(3) It proved too much to bear for the young Monaleen side as Nemo turned up the heat and slipped into turbo charge as required to pick off the scores at will.(4) The weatherman says the scorching heat is on its ways back later this week.(5) On Tuesday, the International Monetary Fund turned up the heat on Argentina, saying its economic policy was unsustainable.(6) Heat the olive oil in a large stock pot over medium heat and add the sausage.(7) The water passing through the piping cools rooms by absorbing heat during the summer and is warmed to heat the spaces during the winter.(8) At least my dress was not welcoming the sun's heat ; on the contrary I was comfortable with a slight breeze ruffling my skirts.(9) The warm floor helps heat the building and maintain occupant comfort, even after sunset.(10) There's no doubt that the federal authorities have turned up the heat throughout the financial community.(11) The heat of formation(12) He even spent a couple of weeks at a military boot camp to prepare, braving extremes of weather from blistering heat to thunderstorms and a tornado.(13) Conciliation services are designed to take the heat out of disputes(14) About 100 tons is removed in each heat(15) Strangford turned up the heat after the break and three super strikes from mighty Marty Craig saw them race into a 4-1 lead.(16) The course was as usual in superb condition but the oppressive heat drained the strength of the competitors and the scores reflected this.
Related Words
(1) heat up ::
ζεσταίνω
(2) heat exchanger ::
εναλλάκτη θερμότητας
(3) heat sink ::
ψύκτρα
(4) the heat ::
η ζέστη
(5) to heat ::
να ζεστάνω
(6) heat treatment ::
θερμική επεξεργασία
(7) heat stroke ::
θερμοπληξία
(8) heat transfer ::
μεταφορά θερμότητας
(9) heat pump ::
αντλία θερμότητας
(10) specific heat ::
ειδική θερμότητα
Synonyms
Noun
1. warmth ::
ζεστασιά
2. passion ::
πάθος
3. estrus ::
οίστρο
4. heating system ::
σύστημα θέρμανσης
5. high temperature ::
υψηλή θερμοκρασία
6. heat energy ::
θερμότητα
Verb
7. warm ::
ζεστός
8. become hot ::
ζεσταθούν
9. become impassioned ::
να γίνει παθιασμένη
10. hot up ::
ζέστη
11. heat up ::
ζεσταίνω
12. wake ::
ίχνη
Antonyms
1. chill ::
ψύχρα
2. cool
  
3. refrigerate ::
διατηρώ ψυχρόν
4. Coldness
  
5. Anestrus
  
6. Cool
  
7. Cold
  
8. Coolness
  
9. Disinterest
  
10. Frigidity
  
11. Freeze
  
Different Forms
heat, heated, heater, heaters, heating, heats, preheat, preheated, preheating, preheats
Word Example from TV Shows

The best way to learn proper English is to read news report, and watch news on TV. Watching TV shows is a great way to learn casual English, slang words, understand culture reference and humor. If you have already watched these shows then you may recall the words used in the following dialogs.

Sounded like a cow in heat.

Sounded like a cow in HEAT.

Game of Thrones Season 3, Episode 10


It was added seven months ago\\Nto release the heat from the presses.\0

It was added seven months ago
to release the HEAT from the presses.

Money Heist Season 1, Episode 5


Fire demon.
Sheldon\'s turning up the heat.

Fire demon. Sheldon's turning up the HEAT.

The Big Bang Theory Season 4, Episode 23


Yeah, I\'ve seen White Heat

Yeah, I've seen White Heat

Breaking Bad Season 2, Episode 12


Would you like me to...
heat things up?

Would you like me to... HEAT things up?

The Big Bang Theory Season 12, Episode 14


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