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warm

  

      adj  
1    characterized by or having a moderate degree of heat; moderately hot  
2    maintaining or imparting heat  
a warm coat     
3    having or showing ready affection, kindliness, etc.  
a warm personality     
4    lively, vigorous, or passionate  
a warm debate     
5    cordial or enthusiastic; ardent  
warm support     
6    quickly or easily aroused  
a warm temper     
7    (of colours) predominantly red or yellow in tone  
8    (of a scent, trail, etc.) recently made; strong  
9    near to finding a hidden object or discovering or guessing facts, as in children's games  
10    Informal   uncomfortable or disagreeable, esp. because of the proximity of danger  
      vb  
11    sometimes foll by: up   to raise or be raised in temperature; make or become warm or warmer  
12    when intr, often foll by: to   to make or become excited, enthusiastic, etc. (about)  
he warmed to the idea of buying a new car     
13    intr; often foll by: to   to feel affection, kindness, etc. (for someone)  
I warmed to her mother from the start     
14    tr     (Brit)   to give a caning to  
I'll warm you in a minute     
      n  
15    Informal   a warm place or area  
come into the warm     
16    Informal   the act or an instance of warming or being warmed,   (See also)        warm over       warm up  
     (Old English wearm; related to Old Frisian, Old Saxon warm, Old Norse varmr)  
  warmer      n  
  warmish      adj  
  warmly      adv  
  warmness      n  


British warm  
      n   an army officer's short thick overcoat  
warm-blooded  
      adj  
1    ardent, impetuous, or passionate  
2    (of birds and mammals) having a constant body temperature, usually higher than the temperature of the surroundings,   (Technical name)    homoiothermic  
  warm-bloodedness      n  
warm-down  
      n   light exercises performed to aid recovery from strenuous physical activity  
warm front  
      n     (Meteorol)   the boundary between a warm air mass and the cold air above which it is rising, at a less steep angle than at the cold front  
   Compare       cold front       occluded front  
warm-hearted  
      adj   kindly, generous, forgiving, or readily sympathetic  
  warm-heartedly      adv  
  warm-heartedness      n  
warm over  
      vb   tr, adv  
1      (U.S. and Canadian)   to reheat (food)  
2    Informal   to present (an idea, etc.) again, esp. without freshness or originality  
warm sector  
      n     (Meteorol)   a wedge of warm air between the warm and cold fronts of a depression, which is eventually occluded  
   See also       cold front       warm front  
warm up  
      vb   adv  
1    to make or become warm or warmer  
2    intr   to exercise in preparation for and immediately before a game, contest, or more vigorous exercise  
3    to get ready for something important; prepare  
4    to run or operate (an engine, etc.) until the normal working temperature or condition is attained, or (of an engine, etc.) to undergo this process  
5    to make or become more animated or enthusiastic  
the party warmed up when Tom came     
6    to reheat (already cooked food) or (of such food) to be reheated  
7    tr   to make (an audience) relaxed and receptive before a show, esp. a television comedy show  
      n  
  warm-up  
8    the act or an instance of warming up  
9    a preparatory exercise routine  
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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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Consulte también:

British warm, warm front, warm sector, warm up

warm fuzzies n.
a feeling of happiness, satisfaction, well-being
E.g: Nothing compares to the warm fuzzies you get when seeing again your old friends.

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