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1. The temperature or physical condition of a white-hot substance.
2. Intense emotion or excitement: working at white heat to make the deadline.
1. (General Physics) intense heat or a very high temperature, characterized by emission of white light
2. informal a state of intense excitement or activity
1. an intense heat at which a substance glows with white light.
2. a stage of intense activity or excitement.