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Detailed Synonyms for heats in English

heats:

heats [the ~] noun

  1. the heats
    the games; the heats
  2. the heats
    the courses; the sea routes; the ocean highways; the sea lanes; the routes; the tacks; the heats; the sea ways

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heats form of heat:

to heat verb (heats, heated, heating)

  1. to heat
    to heat; to warm; warm up food
  2. to heat
    to warm; to warm up; to heat up; to heat
    • warm verb (warms, warmed, warming)
    • warm up verb (warms up, warmed up, warming up)
    • heat up verb (heats up, heated up, heating up)
    • heat verb (heats, heated, heating)
  3. to heat
    – make hot or hotter 1
    to heat; to heat up
    – make hot or hotter 1
    • heat verb (heats, heated, heating)
      • the sun heats the oceans1
      • heat the water on the stove1
    • heat up verb (heats up, heated up, heating up)
  4. to heat
    – gain heat or get hot 1
    to heat; to heat up; hot up
    – gain heat or get hot 1
    • heat verb (heats, heated, heating)
      • The room heated up quickly1
    • heat up verb (heats up, heated up, heating up)
    • hot up verb
  5. to heat
    – arouse or excite feelings and passions 1
    to heat; wake; to ignite; to stir up; to inflame; fire up
    – arouse or excite feelings and passions 1
    • heat verb (heats, heated, heating)
    • wake verb
    • ignite verb (ignites, ignited, igniting)
      • The ostentatious way of living of the rich ignites the hatred of the poor1
    • stir up verb (stirs up, stirred up, stirring up)
    • inflame verb (inflames, inflamed, inflaming)
    • fire up verb
  6. to heat
    – provide with heat 1
    to heat
    – provide with heat 1
    • heat verb (heats, heated, heating)
      • heat the house1

Conjugations for heat:

present
  1. heat
  2. heat
  3. heats
  4. heat
  5. heat
  6. heat
simple past
  1. heated
  2. heated
  3. heated
  4. heated
  5. heated
  6. heated
present perfect
  1. have heated
  2. have heated
  3. has heated
  4. have heated
  5. have heated
  6. have heated
past continuous
  1. was heating
  2. were heating
  3. was heating
  4. were heating
  5. were heating
  6. were heating
future
  1. shall heat
  2. will heat
  3. will heat
  4. shall heat
  5. will heat
  6. will heat
continuous present
  1. am heating
  2. are heating
  3. is heating
  4. are heating
  5. are heating
  6. are heating
subjunctive
  1. be heated
  2. be heated
  3. be heated
  4. be heated
  5. be heated
  6. be heated
diverse
  1. heat!
  2. let's heat!
  3. heated
  4. heating
1. I, 2. you, 3. he/she/it, 4. we, 5. you, 6. they

heat [the ~] noun

  1. the heat
    the heat; the set; the round
  2. the heat
    the rut; the heat; the mating season
  3. the heat
    – utility to warm a building 1
    the heat; the heating; the heating system; the heating plant
    – utility to warm a building 1
  4. the heat
    – the trait of being intensely emotional 1
    the heat; the passion; the warmth
    – the trait of being intensely emotional 1
  5. the heat
    – the presence of heat 1
    the heat; the hotness; the high temperature
    – the presence of heat 1
  6. the heat
    – the sensation caused by heat energy 1
    the heat; the warmth
    – the sensation caused by heat energy 1
  7. the heat
    – a preliminary race in which the winner advances to a more important race 1
    the heat
    – a preliminary race in which the winner advances to a more important race 1
  8. the heat
    – a form of energy that is transferred by a difference in temperature 1
    the heat; the heat energy
    – a form of energy that is transferred by a difference in temperature 1
  9. the heat
    – applies to nonhuman mammals: a state or period of heightened sexual arousal and activity 1
    the heat; the rut; the estrus; the oestrus
    – applies to nonhuman mammals: a state or period of heightened sexual arousal and activity 1

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Related Definitions for "heat":

  1. utility to warm a building1
  2. the trait of being intensely emotional1
  3. the presence of heat1
  4. the sensation caused by heat energy1
  5. a preliminary race in which the winner advances to a more important race1
  6. a form of energy that is transferred by a difference in temperature1
  7. applies to nonhuman mammals: a state or period of heightened sexual arousal and activity1
  8. make hot or hotter1
    • the sun heats the oceans1
    • heat the water on the stove1
  9. gain heat or get hot1
    • The room heated up quickly1
  10. arouse or excite feelings and passions1
  11. provide with heat1
    • heat the house1