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warm

  
  ( warmer    comparative)   ( warmest    superlative)   ( warms    3rd person present)   ( warming    present participle)   ( warmed    past tense & past participle  )
1       adj   Something that is warm has some heat but not enough to be hot.  
oft it v-link ADJ     (Antonym: cool)    Because it was warm, David wore only a white cotton shirt..., Dissolve the salt in the warm water.     
2       adj   Warm clothes and blankets are made of a material such as wool which protects you from the cold.,   (Antonym: cool)    They have been forced to sleep in the open without food or warm clothing...     
  warmly      adv   ADV after v, ADV -ed  
Remember to wrap up warmly on cold days., ...warmly dressed.     
3       adj   Warm colours have red or yellow in them rather than blue or green, and make you feel comfortable and relaxed.  
usu ADJ n  
The basement hallway is painted a warm yellow.     
4       adj   A warm person is friendly and shows a lot of affection or enthusiasm in their behaviour.  
She was a warm and loving mother..., I would like to express my warmest thanks to the doctors.     
  warmly      adv   ADV with v  
New members are warmly welcomed..., He greeted me warmly.     
5       verb   If you warm a part of your body or if something hot warms it, it stops feeling cold and starts to feel hotter.  
The sun had come out to warm his back...      V n  
She went to warm her hands by the log fire.      V n  
6       verb   If you warm to a person or an idea, you become fonder of the person or more interested in the idea.  
Those who got to know him better warmed to his openness and honesty...      V to n   warm down      phrasal verb   If you warm down after doing a physical activity, you do special exercises to help relax your muscles and joints.  
He always warms down after training.      V P  
    warm-down   warm up  
1       phrasal verb   If you warm something up or if it warms up, it gets hotter.  
He blew on his hands to warm them up...      V n P  
All that she would have to do was warm up the pudding...      V P n (not pron)  
The weather had warmed up.      V P  
2       phrasal verb   If you warm up for an event such as a race, you prepare yourself for it by doing exercises or by practising just before it starts.  
In an hour the drivers will be warming up for the main event...      V P  
    warm-up  
3       phrasal verb   When a machine or engine warms up or someone warms it up, it becomes ready for use a little while after being switched on or started.  
He waited for his car to warm up...      V P  
We spent a frustrating five minutes while the pilot warmed up the engines.      V P n (not pron), Also V n P  
4       phrasal verb   If a comedian or speaker warms up an audience or the audience warms up, the audience is prepared for the main show or speaker by being told jokes, so that they are in a good mood.  
They would always come out and warm up the audience...      V P n (not pron)  
The crowd began to warm up.      V P  


warm-blooded     
A warm-blooded animal, for example a bird or a mammal, has a fairly high body temperature which does not change much and is not affected by the surrounding temperature.      adj  
  (Antonym: cold-blooded)   
warm-down        ( warm-downs    plural  ) A warm-down is a series of special exercises that you do after doing a physical activity to help relax your muscles and joints.      n-count   usu sing  
warm-hearted     
A warm-hearted person is friendly and affectionate.      adj  
warm-up        ( warm-ups    plural  ) A warm-up is something that prepares you for an activity or event, usually because it is a short practice or example of what the activity or event will involve.      n-count   usu sing, oft N for n, N n  
The exercises can be fun and a good warm-up for the latter part of the programme..., The criticism was merely a warm-up for what is being prepared for the finance minister...     
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warm

  

      adj  
1    balmy, heated, lukewarm, moderately hot, pleasant, sunny, tepid, thermal  
2    affable, affectionate, amiable, amorous, cheerful, congenial, cordial, friendly, genial, happy, hearty, hospitable, kindly, likable or likeable, loving, pleasant, tender  
3    ablaze, animated, ardent, cordial, earnest, effusive, emotional, enthusiastic, excited, fervent, glowing, heated, intense, keen, lively, passionate, spirited, stormy, vehement, vigorous, violent, zealous  
4    irascible, irritable, passionate, quick, sensitive, short, touchy  
5      (informal)   dangerous, disagreeable, hazardous, perilous, tricky, uncomfortable, unpleasant  
      vb  
6    heat, heat up, melt, thaw, warm up  
7    animate, awaken, excite, get going, interest, make enthusiastic, put some life into, rouse, stimulate, stir, turn on     (slang)  
  
Antonyms     
,       adj   aloof, apathetic, chilly, cold, cool, distant, freezing, half-hearted, hostile, icy, phlegmatic, remote, stand-offish, uncaring, unenthusiastic, unfriendly, unwelcoming  
      vb   alienate, chill, cool, cool down, depress, freeze, sadden  


warm-blooded     
ardent, earnest, emotional, enthusiastic, excitable, fervent, impetuous, lively, passionate, rash, spirited, vivacious  
warm-hearted     
affectionate, compassionate, cordial, generous, kind-hearted, kindly, loving, sympathetic, tender, tender-hearted  
  
Antonyms     
   callous, cold, cold-hearted, hard, hard-hearted, harsh, heartless, insensitive, mean, merciless, unfeeling, unsympathetic  

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warm-down, warm, warm up, warm

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n.
a feeling of happiness, satisfaction, well-being
E.g: Nothing compares to the warm fuzzies you get when seeing again your old friends.
exp.
(in an organization) set up a more informal structure/workflow/environment; give up on communication protocols between departments
[Bus.]
exp.
relax, calm down
said to make someone temper his nerves or enthusiasm. E.g.: Chill out, I didn't take your car!
exp.
calm down!
exp.
face a specific situation; act in a certain way
E.g.: John went out of rehab a few days ago and he is determined to not go down that road again.
exp.
metaphoric expression for getting married
exp.
to take OR bring somebody down a notch means to make them behave less arrogantly or proudly.
exp.
to take OR turn OR bring something down a notch means to decrease its intensity
adj.
something that is top-down comes from the top of a hierarchy and is passed down to the lower ranking members
n.
A moulding commonly used in framing oil paintings. The liner is fixed inside the frame and appears between the image and the outer frame. Generally made out of wood or some other hard material, the liner may have fabric glued down to it. Liners are to canvases what a mat/mount is to a print on paper
[Artwork framing] Polystyrene or wood liner. Fabric-covered liner. Linen liner. Gold liner.
v.
to look for or expose information about a person's past, usually bad, and to therefore bring that person down or put them in a bad light
exp.
it's said for determining someone to calm down, be patient, control his/her reactions
n.
participant-driven meeting with no predefined agenda as opposed to high-price, top-down and formal conferences

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