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heat·ed

 (hē′tĭd)
adj.
Angry; vehement; impassioned: a heated argument.

heat′ed·ly adv.

heated

(ˈhiːtɪd)
adj
1. made hot; warmed
2. impassioned or highly emotional
ˈheatedly adv
ˈheatedness n

heat•ed

(ˈhi tɪd)

adj.
excited or angry; impassioned; vehement: a heated argument.
[1585–95]
heat′ed•ly, adv.
heat′ed•ness, n.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.heated - made warm or hot (`het' is a dialectal variant of `heated'); "a heated swimming pool"; "wiped his heated-up face with a large bandana"; "he was all het up and sweaty"
hot - used of physical heat; having a high or higher than desirable temperature or giving off heat or feeling or causing a sensation of heat or burning; "hot stove"; "hot water"; "a hot August day"; "a hot stuffy room"; "she's hot and tired"; "a hot forehead"
2.heated - marked by emotional heat; vehement; "a heated argument"
hot - extended meanings; especially of psychological heat; marked by intensity or vehemence especially of passion or enthusiasm; "a hot temper"; "a hot topic"; "a hot new book"; "a hot love affair"; "a hot argument"

heated

adjective
2. wound up, worked up, keyed up, het up (informal) People get a bit heated about issues like these.

heated

adjective
Translations
مُحْتَدِم، ساخِن، شَديد الغَضَبمُسَخَّن، مُحَمّى
ohnivýprudkýrozčilenývyhřívaný
fûtött
hitaîur, heiturreiîur, æstur
vyhrievaný

heated

[ˈhiːtɪd]
A. ADJ
1. (lit) [swimming pool] → climatizado; [rollers] → caliente
2. (fig) [discussion] → acalorado
to grow or become heated [discussion, debate] → acalorarse
B. CPD heated (swimming) pool Npiscina f climatizada
heated rear window Nluneta f térmica

heated

[ˈhiːtɪd] adj
[greenhouse, swimming pool] → chauffé(e)
[debate, discussion] → passionné(e)

heated

adj
(lit) swimming pool, greenhouse etcbeheizt; roomgeheizt; rear window, towel railheizbar; heated airWarmluft f
(fig: = angry) debate, discussion, dispute, meetinghitzig, erregt; argument, exchange, rowheftig; wordserregt; to grow or become heated (person) → sich aufregen; (debate) → hitzig or erregt werden; things got very heateddie Gemüter erhitzten sich

heated

[ˈhiːtɪd] adjriscaldato/a (fig) (discussion, argument) → acceso/a, animato/a
heated words → parole fpl di fuoco
to grow heated (discussion) → accendersi

heat

(hiːt) noun
1. the amount of hotness (of something), especially of things which are very hot. Test the heat of the water before you bath the baby.
2. the warmth from something which is hot. The heat from the fire will dry your coat; the effect of heat on metal; the heat of the sun.
3. the hottest time. the heat of the day.
4. anger or excitement. He didn't mean to be rude – he just said that in the heat of the moment.
5. in a sports competition etc, one of two or more contests from which the winners go on to take part in later stages of the competition. Having won his heat he is going through to the final.
verb
(sometimes with up) to make or become hot or warm. We'll heat (up) the soup; The day heats up quickly once the sun has risen.
ˈheated adjective
1. having been made hot. a heated swimming-pool.
2. showing anger, excitement etc. a heated argument.
ˈheatedly adverb
ˈheatedness noun
ˈheater noun
an apparatus which gives out heat in order to warm a room etc, or which heats water etc eg in a water-tank.
ˈheating noun
the system of heaters etc which heat a room, building etc. We turn the heating off in the summer.
heat wave
a period of very hot weather.
in/on heat
(of female animals) in a condition for mating.

see also hot.
References in classic literature ?
Having rekindled the fire, she thought she would go to market while the water heated.
The plan, therefore, was to travel by canoes during the less heated parts of the day, and tie up at night, making camp on shore in the net- protected tents.
Yonder red devil would draw you within swing of the tomahawks of his comrades, before you were heated in the chase.
The heated shells of these green unseasoned tenements gave out a pungent odor of scorching wood and resin.
The air around suddenly vibrated and tingled, as it were, like the air over intensely heated plates of iron.
We were not dreaming; this was not a make-believe home of the Alp-climber, created by our heated imaginations; no, for here was Mr.
The shower was heavy, but short; and it had not been over five minutes, when in came Harriet, with just the heated, agitated look which hurrying thither with a full heart was likely to give; and the "Oh
The play began, with all the proper accompaniments of a theatrical performance in private life; with a crowded audience, an African temperature, a bursting of heated lamp-glasses, and a difficulty in drawing up the curtain.
Lorry, thoroughly heated by his indifference, "business is a very good thing, and a very respectable thing.
He had so heated himself with rapid walking in the fog and frost, this nephew of Scrooge's, that he was all in a glow; his face was ruddy and handsome; his eyes sparkled, and his breath smoked again.
On the next day, still bundled up in my curious habiliments, I sat counting the time, flushed and heated by the conflict of sinking hopes and rising fears within me; and waiting to be startled by the sight of the gloomy face, whose non-arrival startled me every minute.
He had so heated himself that he took out his handkerchief and wiped his face and head and neck and hands, before he could go on.