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warm

 (wôrm)
adj. warm·er, warm·est
1. Somewhat hotter than temperate; having or producing a comfortable and agreeable degree of heat; moderately hot: a warm climate.
2. Having the natural heat of living beings: a warm body.
3. Preserving or imparting heat: a warm jacket.
4. Having or causing a sensation of unusually high body heat, as from exercise or hard work; overheated.
5. Marked by enthusiasm; ardent: warm support.
6. Characterized by liveliness, excitement, or disagreement; heated: a warm debate.
7. Marked by or revealing friendliness or sincerity; cordial: warm greetings.
8. Loving; passionate: a warm embrace.
9. Excitable, impetuous, or quick to be aroused: a warm temper.
10. Predominantly red or yellow in tone: a warm sunset.
11. Recently made; fresh: a warm trail.
12. Close to discovering, guessing, or finding something, as in certain games.
13. Informal Uncomfortable because of danger or annoyance: Things are warm for the bookies.
v. warmed, warm·ing, warms
v.tr.
1. To raise slightly in temperature; make warm: warmed the rolls a bit more; warm up the house.
2. To make zealous or ardent; enliven.
3. To fill with pleasant emotions: We were warmed by the sight of home.
v.intr.
1. To become warm: The rolls are warming in the oven.
2. To become ardent, enthusiastic, or animated: began to warm to the subject.
3. To become kindly disposed or friendly: She felt the audience warming to her.
n. Informal
A warming or heating.
Phrasal Verb:
warm up
1. To prepare for an athletic event by exercising, stretching, or practicing for a short time beforehand.
2. To make or become ready for an event or operation.
3. To make more enthusiastic, excited, or animated.
4. To approach a state of confrontation or violence.

[Middle English, from Old English wearm.]

warm′er n.
warm′ish adj.
warm′ly adv.
warm′ness n.

warm

(wɔːm)
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. (Colours) (of colours) predominantly red or yellow in tone
8. (Hunting) (of a scent, trail, etc) recently made; strong
9. (Games, other than specified) 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. (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
[Old English wearm; related to Old Frisian, Old Saxon warm, Old Norse varmr]
ˈwarmer n
ˈwarmish adj
ˈwarmly adv
ˈwarmness n

warm

(wɔrm)

adj.
1. having or giving out a moderate degree of heat, as perceived by the senses: a warm bath.
2. characterized by a moderately or comparatively high temperature: a warm oven; a warm climate.
3. having a sensation of bodily heat.
4. conserving or maintaining warmth or heat: warm clothes.
5. (of colors) suggestive of warmth; inclining toward red or orange rather than green or blue.
6. characterized by or showing affection, kindliness, or sympathy: a warm heart.
7. strongly attached; intimate: warm friends.
8. cordial or hearty: a warm welcome.
9. heated, irritated, or angry.
10. animated; vigorous: a warm debate.
11. strong or fresh: a warm scent.
12. close to something sought, as in a game.
13. uncomfortable or unpleasant.
v.t.
14. to make warm; heat (often fol. by up): to warm one's hands.
15. to heat or cook (something) for reuse, as leftovers (usu. fol. by over or up): Warm up the stew.
16. to excite enthusiasm, cheerfulness, vitality, etc., in (someone): a little wine to warm the company.
17. to inspire with kindly feeling; affect with lively pleasure: It warms my soul to hear you say that.
18. to fill (a person, crowd, etc.) with strong feelings, as hatred or anger.
v.i.
19. to become warm or warmer (often fol. by up).
20. to become enthusiastic, animated, etc. (often fol. by up or to): The speaker quickly warmed to her subject.
21. to grow kindly or sympathetically disposed (often fol. by to or toward): My heart warmed toward him.
22. warm up,
a. to prepare one's body for strenuous exercise by engaging in moderate exercise.
b. to increase in excitement, intensity, violence, etc.
c. to become friendlier or more receptive.
d. to entertain (an audience) prior to a broadcast to increase receptiveness.
n.
23. Informal. a warming.
[before 900; Middle English werm, warm, Old English wearm, c. Old Frisian, Old Saxon, Old High German warm, Old Norse varmr]
warm′er, n.
warm′ish, adj.
warm′ly, adv.
warm′ness, n.

warm

  • calid - Another way of saying "warm, tepid."
  • malmy - Pertains to weather that is warm and sticky.
  • nonchalant - Comes from French nonchaloir, "not heated," ultimately from Latin noncalere, "not warm or aroused."
  • tepid - From Latin tepere, "be warm."

warm


Past participle: warmed
Gerund: warming

Imperative
warm
warm
Present
I warm
you warm
he/she/it warms
we warm
you warm
they warm
Preterite
I warmed
you warmed
he/she/it warmed
we warmed
you warmed
they warmed
Present Continuous
I am warming
you are warming
he/she/it is warming
we are warming
you are warming
they are warming
Present Perfect
I have warmed
you have warmed
he/she/it has warmed
we have warmed
you have warmed
they have warmed
Past Continuous
I was warming
you were warming
he/she/it was warming
we were warming
you were warming
they were warming
Past Perfect
I had warmed
you had warmed
he/she/it had warmed
we had warmed
you had warmed
they had warmed
Future
I will warm
you will warm
he/she/it will warm
we will warm
you will warm
they will warm
Future Perfect
I will have warmed
you will have warmed
he/she/it will have warmed
we will have warmed
you will have warmed
they will have warmed
Future Continuous
I will be warming
you will be warming
he/she/it will be warming
we will be warming
you will be warming
they will be warming
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been warming
you have been warming
he/she/it has been warming
we have been warming
you have been warming
they have been warming
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been warming
you will have been warming
he/she/it will have been warming
we will have been warming
you will have been warming
they will have been warming
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been warming
you had been warming
he/she/it had been warming
we had been warming
you had been warming
they had been warming
Conditional
I would warm
you would warm
he/she/it would warm
we would warm
you would warm
they would warm
Past Conditional
I would have warmed
you would have warmed
he/she/it would have warmed
we would have warmed
you would have warmed
they would have warmed
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Verb1.warm - get warm or warmerwarm - get warm or warmer; "The soup warmed slowly on the stove"
change - undergo a change; become different in essence; losing one's or its original nature; "She changed completely as she grew older"; "The weather changed last night"
2.warm - make warm or warmerwarm - make warm or warmer; "The blanket will warm you"
alter, change, modify - cause to change; make different; cause a transformation; "The advent of the automobile may have altered the growth pattern of the city"; "The discussion has changed my thinking about the issue"
chafe - warm by rubbing, as with the hands
Adj.1.warm - having or producing a comfortable and agreeable degree of heat or imparting or maintaining heatwarm - having or producing a comfortable and agreeable degree of heat or imparting or maintaining heat; "a warm body"; "a warm room"; "a warm climate"; "a warm coat"
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"
cool - neither warm nor very cold; giving relief from heat; "a cool autumn day"; "a cool room"; "cool summer dresses"; "cool drinks"; "a cool breeze"
2.warm - psychologically warmwarm - psychologically warm; friendly and responsive; "a warm greeting"; "a warm personality"; "warm support"
emotional - of more than usual emotion; "his behavior was highly emotional"
friendly - characteristic of or befitting a friend; "friendly advice"; "a friendly neighborhood"; "the only friendly person here"; "a friendly host and hostess"
cool - psychologically cool and unenthusiastic; unfriendly or unresponsive or showing dislike; "relations were cool and polite"; "a cool reception"; "cool to the idea of higher taxes"
3.warm - (color) inducing the impression of warmthwarm - (color) inducing the impression of warmth; used especially of reds and oranges and yellows; "warm reds and yellows and orange"
cool - (color) inducing the impression of coolness; used especially of greens and blues and violets; "cool greens and blues and violets"
4.warm - having or displaying warmth or affection; "affectionate children"; "a fond embrace"; "fond of his nephew"; "a tender glance"; "a warm embrace"
loving - feeling or showing love and affection; "loving parents"; "loving glances"
5.warm - freshly made or left; "a warm trail"; "the scent is warm"
fresh - recently made, produced, or harvested; "fresh bread"; "a fresh scent"; "fresh lettuce"
6.warm - easily aroused or excitedwarm - easily aroused or excited; "a quick temper"; "a warm temper"
excitable - easily excited
7.warm - characterized by strong enthusiasm; "ardent revolutionaries"; "warm support"
enthusiastic - having or showing great excitement and interest; "enthusiastic crowds filled the streets"; "an enthusiastic response"; "was enthusiastic about taking ballet lessons"
8.warm - characterized by liveliness or excitement or disagreement; "a warm debate"
lively - full of life and energy; "a lively discussion"; "lively and attractive parents"; "a lively party"
9.warm - uncomfortable because of possible danger or trouble; "made things warm for the bookies"
uncomfortable - providing or experiencing physical discomfort; "an uncomfortable chair"; "an uncomfortable day in the hot sun"
10.warm - of a seeker; near to the object sought; "you're getting warm"; "hot on the trail"
near, nigh, close - not far distant in time or space or degree or circumstances; "near neighbors"; "in the near future"; "they are near equals"; "his nearest approach to success"; "a very near thing"; "a near hit by the bomb"; "she was near tears"; "she was close to tears"; "had a close call"
Adv.1.warm - in a warm mannerwarm - in a warm manner; "warmly dressed"; "warm-clad skiers"

warm

adjective
1. balmy, mild, temperate, pleasant, fine, bright, sunny, agreeable, sultry, summery, moderately hot The weather was so warm I had to take off my jacket.
balmy cold, cool, freezing, icy, chilly
2. cosy, snug, toasty (informal), comfortable, homely, comfy (informal) Nothing beats coming home to a warm house.
3. moderately hot, heated A warm bath will help to relax you.
moderately hot cold, cool, freezing, icy
4. thermal, winter, thick, chunky, woolly Some people can't afford warm clothes.
thermal cool
5. mellow, relaxing, pleasant, agreeable, restful The basement hallway is painted a warm yellow.
7. near, close, hot, near to the truth Am I getting warm? Am I right?
verb
1. warm up, heat, thaw (out), heat up She went to warm her hands by the fire.
warm up cool, freeze, chill, cool down
warm down cool down, relax, unwind, wind down, cool off, stretch down He always warms down after training.
warm something or someone up
1. heat, thaw, heat up He blew on his hands to warm them up.
2. rouse, stimulate, stir up, animate, interest, excite, provoke, turn on (slang), arouse, awaken, exhilarate, incite, whip up, galvanize, put some life into, get something or someone going, make something or someone enthusiastic They went on before us to warm up the audience.
warm to someone take to, begin to like, get on with, be taken with, become friendly with, hit it off with, conceive an affection for, grow attracted to, become on good terms with As we got to know him, we gradually warmed to him.
warm to something become enthusiastic about, become excited about, become supportive of, grow animated about At first I was shocked, but I soon warmed to the idea.
warm up
1. become warm, improve, brighten, get hotter The weather has warmed up a bit.
2. limber up, exercise, stretch, get ready, loosen up, prepare Make sure you warm up before you start the exercises.

warm

adjective
1. Showing or having enthusiasm:
Informal: crazy.
Slang: gung ho, nuts.
2. Pleasant and friendly in disposition:
Translations
تَدْفِئَهدَافِئدافِئدافِئ، وُدّي، حارساخِن، مُسَبِّب الدَّفء
teplývřelý
varmvarmeblive betaget aflunopvarmning
varma
lämminlämmitellälämmittäälämpöinenpalava
topao
felmelegedéslelkesedni kezdmelegmelegedés
hangat
hitunhlÿjahlÿlegurhlÿlegur, hlÿrhlÿr
暖かい温かい
따뜻한
įgrisęspajusti simpatijąprakaitą varantisšildytišiltai
atmaigtatsiltbīstamssasildīšanasasildīt
warmluw
teplýohriatie
segretitopelgretiobdržati na toplemogreti
toplo
varm
อุ่น
ılıkısıtmakparlaksıcak tutansıcak yer
ấm

warm

[wɔːm]
A. ADJ (warmer (compar) (warmest (superl)))
1. (= hot) [bath, hands, feet] → caliente; [water] → templado, tibio; [air] → templado, cálido; [room, place, weather] → cálido
to be warm [person] → tener calor
it's very warm todayhace calor hoy
to get warm [person] → entrar en calor; [object, surface] → calentarse
he started jumping to get warmempezó a saltar para entrar en calor
come and get warmven a calentarte
it's getting warmer [weather] → ya empieza a hacer más calor
to be getting warm (in guessing game) → ir acercándose a la respuesta
you're getting warm(er)!¡caliente, caliente!
to keep sb warmmantener caliente a algn, mantener a algn abrigado
to keep (o.s.) warmmantenerse abrigado
wear thick gloves to keep your hands warmusa guantes gruesos para mantener las manos calientes
keep the sauce warmmantén la salsa caliente
to be as warm as toastestar bien calentito
2. (= thick) [clothes] → de abrigo, abrigado (S. Cone)
take something warm to put onllévate algo de abrigo or abrigado para ponerte
this blanket's nice and warmesta manta es muy calentita
3. (= cosy, homely) [colour, shade, sound] → cálido
4. (= kindly) [person, smile, face] → simpático, afable, cálido
the two leaders exchanged warm greetingslos dos líderes intercambiaron cordiales saludos
her speech was received with warm applausesu discurso fue recibido con un caluroso aplauso
warmest congratulations tola más cordial or sincera enhorabuena a ...
warmest thanks tomi/nuestro más sincero agradecimiento a ...
to give sb a warm welcomedar a algn una cordial or calurosa bienvenida
with warmest wishes (in letter) → con mis/nuestros mejores deseos
B. VT
1. (= heat) [+ one's hands, feet] → calentarse
I warmed my hands on the radiatorme calenté las manos en el radiador
to warm o.scalentarse
see also cockle
2. = warm up B1
C. VI = warm up
D. N the warm: come into the warm!¡entra aquí que hace calorcito!
E. ADV to wrap up warmabrigarse bien
F. CPD warm front N (Met) → frente m cálido
warm down VI + ADV (after exercise) → hacer ejercicios suaves de recuperación (tras un esfuerzo)
warm over VT + ADV (US)
1. [+ food] → (re)calentar
2. (fig) it's just a warmed over version of the measures he suggested last yearsimplemente es un refrito de las medidas que sugirió el año pasado
warm through VT + ADV [+ food] → (re)calentar
warm to VI + PREP I began to warm to himempecé a encontrarle agradable
she was beginning to warm to the ideaestaba empezando a gustarle la idea
he began to warm to his subject or themeempezó a entusiasmarse con su tema
warm up
A. VI + ADV
1. (= get warm) [person] → entrar en calor; [room, engine] → calentarse
2. (fig)
2.1. [athlete, singer] → calentarse
2.2. [party, game] → animarse
B. VT + ADV
1. [+ food] → (re)calentar; [+ engine] → calentar
2. (fig) [+ party, audience] → animar

warm

[ˈwɔːrm]
adj
[place] → il fait chaud; [weather, day] → chaud(e)
warm weather → un temps chaud
a warm day → une chaude journée
warm water (= not hot) → de l'eau tiède
it's warm, the weather's warm → il fait chaud
The weather's quite warm for this time of year → Il fait assez chaud pour cette période de l'année.
to keep sth warm [+ food] → tenir qch au chaud
There was no way of keeping the shop warm
BUT Il n'y avait aucun moyen de réchauffer la boutique.
[person] to be warm → avoir chaud
I'm warm → J'ai chaud.
I'm too warm → J'ai trop chaud.
Are you warm enough? → Vous avez assez chaud?
to keep warm → se réchauffer
[clothes, coat, blanket] → chaud(e)
Wear warm clothes → Portez des vêtements chauds.
(= enthusiastic) [greeting, applause, person] → chaleureux/euse
a warm welcome → un accueil chaleureux
with my warmest thanks → avec mes plus chaleureux remerciements
vtréchauffer
to warm one's hands → se réchauffer les mains
warm down
vifaire un exercice de récupération (après une série d'exercices plus intenses)
warm to
vt fusapprendre à apprécier
warm up
vi
(= get hotter) [person, room] → se réchauffer; [water] → chauffer; [weather] → se réchauffer
It should warm up tomorrow → Cela devrait se réchauffer demain.
[athlete] → s'échauffer
[engine] → chauffer
vt sep
(= make hotter) [+ water, soup] → réchauffer; [+ room, house] → chauffer; [+ person] → réchauffer; [+ hands] → se réchauffer
I'll warm up some lasagne for you → Je vais te réchauffer des lasagnes.
[+ engine] → faire chaufferwarm-blooded [ˌwɔːrmˈblʌdɪd] adj [animal] → à sang chaudwarm-down [ˈwɔːrmdaʊn] ndécrassage mwar memorial nmonument m aux mortswarm front nfront m chaudwarm-hearted [ˌwɔːrmˈhɑːrtɪd] adjchaleureux/euse

warm

adj (+er)
warm; I am or feel warmmir ist warm; come to the fire and get warmkomm ans Feuer und wärm dich; it’s warm work moving furniture aboutbeim Möbelumstellen wird einem ganz schön warm; to make things warm for somebody (inf)es jdm ungemütlich machen (inf); warm start (Comput) → Warmstart m
(in party games) am I warm?ist es (hier) warm?; you’re getting warmes wird schon wärmer; you’re very warm!heiß!
(= hearty, warm-hearted) person, welcome, smileherzlich, warm
(= heated) dispute, wordshitzig, heftig
n we were glad to get into the warmwir waren froh, dass wir ins Warme kamen; come and have a warm at the firekomm und wärm dich am Feuer; to give something a warmetw wärmen
vtwärmen; it warms my heart to …mir wird (es) ganz warm ums Herz, wenn …; his kind gesture warmed my heartbei seiner freundlichen Geste wurde mir ganz warm ums Herz
vi the milk was warming on the stovedie Milch wurde auf dem Herd angewärmt; my heart warmedmir wurde warm ums Herz; I warmed to himer wurde mir sympathischer; his voice warmed as he spoke of his familyseine Stimme bekam einen warmen Ton, als er von seiner Familie sprach; he spoke rather hesitantly at first but soon warmed to his subjectanfangs sprach er noch sehr zögernd, doch dann fand er sich in sein Thema hinein; to warm to one’s worksich mit seiner Arbeit anfreunden, Gefallen an seiner Arbeit finden

warm

[wɔːm]
1. adj (-er (comp) (-est (superl)))
a. (gen) → caldo/a
I'm warm, I feel warm → ho caldo
it's warm today → oggi fa caldo
it's warm work → è un lavoro che ti fa sudare
come and get warm → vieni a scaldarti
keep yourself warm! → non prendere freddo!
it keeps me warm → mi tiene caldo
to keep sth warm → tenere qc in caldo
am I getting warm? (fig) (in game) → fuocherello?
b. (fig) (colour) → caldo/a; (thanks, congratulations, apologies) → sentito/a; (welcome, applause) → caloroso/a; (person, greeting) → cordiale; (heart) → d'oro; (supporter) → convinto/a
with my warmest thanks → con i miei più sentiti ringraziamenti
2. vt (gen) → scaldare
to warm o.s. by the fire → scaldarsi vicino al fuoco
it warmed my heart → mi ha fatto tanto piacere
3. vi (food, water) → scaldarsi
he warmed to his subject → si appassionò all'argomento
I or my heart warmed to him → mi è entrato in simpatia
warm up
1. vi + adv (person) → scaldarsi, scaldarsi i muscoli (fig) (party) → animarsi
2. vt + adv (food) → scaldare, riscaldare; (engine) → scaldare (fig) (party, audience) → animare

warm

(woːm) adjective
1. moderately, or comfortably, hot. Are you warm enough, or shall I close the window?; a warm summer's day.
2. (of clothes) protecting the wearer from the cold. a warm jumper.
3. welcoming, friendly, enthusiastic etc. a warm welcome; a warm smile.
4. tending to make one hot. This is warm work!
5. (of colours) enriched by a certain quantity of red or pink, or (of red etc) rich and bright. a warm red; I don't want white walls – I want something warmer.
verb
1. to make moderately hot. He warmed his hands in front of the fire.
2. to become friendly (towards) or enthusiastic (about). She warmed to his charm.
noun
an act of warming. Give your hands a warm in front of the fire.
ˈwarmly adverb
warmness noun
ˈwarmth () noun
the state of being warm. the warmth of the fire; The actor was delighted by the warmth of the applause; The warmth of her smile made me feel welcome.
ˌwarm-ˈblooded adjective
1. having a blood temperature greater than that of the surrounding atmosphere. warm-blooded animals such as man.
2. enthusiastic; passionate. When I was young and warm-blooded, I was passionate about many things that don't interest me now.
warmed-over adjective
(American).
1. warmed up or heated again. warmed-over soup.
2. (of a story, idea etc) that has been heard many times before so that it is no longer interesting or relevant.
ˌwarmˈhearted adjective
kind and affectionate. a warmhearted old lady; a warmhearted action.
ˌwarmˈheartedness noun
warm up
to make or become warm. The room will soon warm up; Have a cup of coffee to warm you up.

warm

دَافِئ teplý varm warm ζεστός templado lämmin chaud topao tiepido 暖かい 따뜻한 warm varm ciepły quente теплый varm อุ่น ılık ấm 温暖的

warm

a. caluroso-a; caliente; [lukewarm] tibio-a; [character] afectuoso-a, expresivo-a;
adv. afectuosamente, con entusiasmo;
v.
to be ___tener calor, [not very hot but feverish] tener destemplanza; [weather] hacer calor;
to ___ tosimpatizar con;
to ___ upcalentar.

warm

adj tibio, un poco caliente; to be o feel — tener or sentir calor; — water (very warm) agua caliente, (not very warm) agua tibia; vt (también to — up) calentar; vi to — up calentarse; (sports) hacer (el) calentamiento, hacer ejercicios de calentamiento
References in classic literature ?
The clock struck six and, having swept up the hearth, Beth put a pair of slippers down to warm.
The night was warm and cloudy and although it was not yet eight o'clock, the alleyway back of the Eagle office was pitch dark.
I believe you--that is if you got on its trail," returned Ned, and there was warm admiration in his voice.
I was lying in a little room, scarcely larger than the bed that held me, and the window-shade at my head was flapping softly in a warm wind.
The claret was warm and the champagne was cold, and under their beneficent influence the threatened unpleasantness melted and vanished with the fumes of the wine.
But if, like Queequeg and me in the bed, the tip of your nose or the crown of your head be slightly chilled, why then, indeed, in the general consciousness you feel most delightfully and unmistakably warm.
True, other fish are found exceedingly brisk in those Hyperborean waters; but these, be it observed, are your cold-blooded, lungless fish, whose very bellies are refrigerators; creatures, that warm themselves under the lee of an iceberg, as a traveller in winter would bask before an inn fire; whereas, like man, the whale has lungs and warm blood.
He rubbed my legs and my chest, but he did not put my warm cloth on me; he thought I was so hot I should not like it.
As soon as he was warm he began to think it would be a long while to wait till after supper before he drew out his guineas, and it would be pleasant to see them on the table before him as he ate his unwonted feast.
It suggests country laps and country breasts, with sturdy country babes greedy for the warm white milk, and it seems dyed in country blushes.
The day is so warm, and the sun's rays so scorching, that the water in the pond looks very cool and inviting.
The night was warm and I was thirsty, and I went stretching my legs clumsily and feeling my way in the dark- ness, to the little table where the siphon stood, while Ogilvy exclaimed at the streamer of gas that came out towards us.