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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.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adv.1.warmly - in a hearty mannerwarmly - in a hearty manner; "`Yes,' the children chorused heartily"; "We welcomed her warmly"
2.warmly - in a warm mannerwarmly - in a warm manner; "warmly dressed"; "warm-clad skiers"
Translations
بِدِفءٍ، بِحرارَه، بِوُدِّيَّه
melegen
hlÿlega
toplo
hararetlesamimiyetle

warmly

[ˈwɔːmlɪ] ADV
1. (= cosily) to be warmly dressedir or estar bien abrigado
remember to wrap up warmlyacuérdate de abrigarte bien
2. (= affectionately) [greet, smile] → calurosamente, afectuosamente; [say, speak] → cariñosamente; [thank] → cordialmente
he embraced her warmlyla abrazó con ternura
3. (= enthusiastically) [congratulate] → efusivamente; [welcome] → calurosamente; [endorse, recommend] → sin reservas
to be warmly applaudedrecibir un caluroso aplauso
the plan was warmly receivedel plan fue recibido con entusiasmo
4. [shine] → con fuerza
the sun was shining warmlyel sol brillaba con fuerza

warmly

[ˈwɔːrmli] adv
[dress] → chaudement
[greet, welcome] → chaleureusement

warmly

advwarm; welcomeherzlich; recommendwärmstens; we warmly welcome itwir begrüßen es sehr

warmly

[ˈwɔːmlɪ] adv (recommend) → caldamente; (welcome, thank, applaud) → calorosamente
to dress warmly → portare indumenti pesanti

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.
References in classic literature ?
You're a dear, and nothing else," answered Meg warmly, and no one contradicted her, for the `Mouse' was the pet of the family.
Seeing that the hand was not withdrawn, she clasped it firmly and warmly.
That were impossible," returned the young man; "he called you by a thousand endearing epithets, that I may not presume to use, but to the justice of which, I can warmly testify.
She was not an actual fact for him, but the interpretation of all that he lacked on earth brought warmly home to his conception; so that this mere symbol, or life-like picture, had almost the comfort of reality.
The warmly cool, clear, ringing, perfumed, overflowing, redundant days, were as crystal goblets of Persian sherbet, heaped up --flaked up, with rose-water snow.
Indeed, ma'am, you can know nothing of them, if you say so," answered the first lady, warmly.
In the winter season Chambers was on hand, in Tom's worn-out clothes, with "holy" red mittens, and "holy" shoes, and pants "holy" at the knees and seat, to drag a sled up the hill for Tom, warmly clad, to ride down on; but he never got a ride himself.
You needn't pretend you discovered her," interrupted Miss Maxwell warmly, "for I did that myself.
That which to him was a great evil, to be carefully shunned, was to me a great good, to be diligently sought; and the argument which he so warmly urged, against my learning to read, only served to inspire me with a desire and determina- tion to learn.
He talked of Harriet, and praised her so warmly, that she could not suppose any thing wanting which a little time would not add.
I do not perceive how you could express yourself more warmly.
Lorry reddened, and said, warmly, "You have mentioned that before, sir.