Heat synonyms

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The lowest temperatures ever recorded was -129 Fahrenheit in Vostok, Antarctica.
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A rapid, persistent chemical change that releases heat and light and is accompanied by flame, especially the exothermic oxidation of a combustible substance:
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The state or quality of having, giving off, or keeping in a moderate degree of heat
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Emotional warmth; passion
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The object of any strong desire or fondness
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Agitation is defined as the state of feeling irritated or restless.
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An instance of such testing, especially as part of a series of tests or experiments:
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(Computing, programming) A marker that qualifies or modifies another code element.
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Energy in the form of electromagnetic radiation emitted from the Sun; especially that part of this energy that is converted into usable thermal or electrical energy by man.
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(Intransitive) To become warm, to heat up.
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To be on fire; flame; blaze
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Alternative spelling of inflame.
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To make hot
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To make hot
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(Chiefly Brit.) smell
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Relating to heat.
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Of, related to, or associated with heat; thermal.
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(Idiomatic) to become more heated
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Mix ingredients.
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To excite; to infuse with energy.
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The condition of being hot.
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The state of being incalescent, or growing warm.
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To make hot
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The state of being warm; warmth
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The act of warming or heating.
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(Obsolete) heat
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The property of being torrid.
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Any wind characterized by intense heat and low relative humidity
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(US, weather broadcasting) Three consecutive days with daytime high temperature of 90 degrees Fahrenheit or higher.
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Warmth
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The emission of visible light from a substance or object as a result of heating it to a high temperature. The color of the light emitted from solids and liquids is a function of their chemical structure and their temperature; the higher the temperature, the more intense and even the distribution of frequencies is (that is, higher temperatures create brighter and whiter light than lower temperatures).
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The property of being tepid.
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The state or quality of being sultry.
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The state of being at this temperature
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State or temperature at which matter emits white light
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The property of being torrid.
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Warmth
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The hot, sultry period of summer between early July and early September.
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An exciting or being excited; agitation
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Violent anger; wild rage
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The condition of being ferocious.
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A trend or tendency:
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A complete body of prescribed studies constituting a curriculum:
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The definition of a flame is burning gas, fire or blaze, or a strong passion.
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Radiation is the process of sending off energy in the form of light, heat, x-rays or nuclear particles.
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To set on fire; to kindle; to cause to burn, flame, or glow.
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(Slang) A policeman
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(Slang) A policeman
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Very loose, light particles of down, wool, etc.; fine hairs or fibers
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A member of the gendarmerie, a military body charged with police duties.
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Physics that deals with the relationships and conversions between heat and other forms of energy.
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utility to warm a building
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utility to warm a building
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The act of making something hot.
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a form of energy that is transferred by a difference in temperature
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A female animal's readiness to mate; heat, rut.
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To watch, or sit up with, at night, as a dead body.
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(UK, New Zealand) A police officer ranking below sergeant in most British/New Zealand police forces. (See also chief constable).
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The radiation, including alpha particles, nucleons, electrons, and gamma rays, emitted by a radioactive substance.
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To concoct or prepare; to tamper with or alter; to cook up.
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To heat, to cause to become hotter.
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To set on fire; ignite
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To set on fire; make blaze up
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(Intransitive) to undergo such heating
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(Obsolete) To make warm or hot
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(Intransitive) To become tepid
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To make hot
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To make hot
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Scald is defined as to burn with hot steam or liquid, to heat liquid almost to the point of boiling, or to harshly criticize.
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To cleanse by flooding with generous quantities of a fluid.
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To change into carbon, as by partial burning
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To rise in temperature above the freezing point, so that snow, etc. melts
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To heat and spice something, such as wine.
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To cook, process, or separate in boiling water or other liquid
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To burn slightly or superficially so as to affect colour.
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(Intransitive or ergative) To cook food by heating in an oven or over a fire without covering, resulting in a crisp, possibly even slightly charred appearance.
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To wear away or irritate by rubbing or friction:
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To soak, steep, or saturate in liquid
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(Dated, chemistry) to oxidize
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To brown the surface of (bread, cheese, etc.) by heating in a toaster, over or near a fire, or in an oven
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To increase the positive charge or valence of (an element) by removing electrons.
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To make hot
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To dissolve; disintegrate
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To burn with a hot needle, a laser, a caustic substance, or an electric current, so as to remove dead or unwanted tissue, prevent the spread of infection, seal blood vessels, etc.
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Sun is defined as to be exposed to the rays of the central object in the solar system.
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To heat something after it has cooled off, especially previously cooked food
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Steam is defined as to give off a vapor or to expose to a vapor.
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(Archaic) To dry up; wither
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To burn slightly.
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To destroy (land and buildings) by fire or military action so as to leave nothing salvageable to an enemy army.
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To melt something, such as metal or glass, by heating.
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To make hot
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To change into gas
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To subject or be subjected to the painful or destructive effects of intense heat
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(Intransitive) to fry noisily
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To make hot
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To make hot
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To give off light from heat or to emit light as if heated.
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To reach a normal operating temperature (of a car for example)
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To become hot
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To become hot
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To become hot
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To make or become incandescent.
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Blaze means to burn or shine.
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To become hot
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To cause to burn:
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(Physics, chemistry) To make into a liquid, either by condensing a gas or by melting a solid.
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(Archaic) To exude (venom or poison)
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To excrete perspiration through the pores of the skin.
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To be pervaded by something unpleasant:
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To become hot
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To become hot
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To become hot
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Relative lack of warmth:
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The state of being frigid; coldness; lack of heat.
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To make cooler, less warm
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To be made momentarily speechless or unable to move or act by a strong, sudden emotion
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To make hot
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The state of the atmosphere at a particular time and place. Weather is described in terms of variable conditions such as temperature, humidity, wind velocity, precipitation, and barometric pressure. Weather on Earth occurs primarily in the troposphere, or lower atmosphere, and is driven by energy from the Sun and the rotation of the Earth. The average weather conditions of a region over time are used to define a region's climate.
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(Uncountable) Motivation.
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Intensity of feeling; excited interest or eagerness.
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(Obs.) Pain or trouble
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A fit of anger.
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A series of such competitions held at a specified time on a regular course:
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The capacity for work or vigorous activity:
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To excrete (moisture) through a porous surface, such as the skin.
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(Obsolete) having heating or warming effects
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Growing warm.
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Of or relating to heat:
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(UK) Relating to calories.
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That produces heat, especially by the metabolism of food
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Pertaining to heat energy extracted from reservoirs in the earth's interior
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Close to a successful solution or conclusion:
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Produced by the action of fire; specif., formed by volcanic action or intense heat, as intrusive or extrusive rock solidified from molten magma or lava
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Giving off sparks when struck with steel
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Growing warmth; increasing heat.
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Part or all of this entry has been imported from the 1913 edition of Webster's Dictionary, which is now free of copyright and hence in the public domain. The imported definitions may be significantly out of date, and any more recent senses may be completely missing.
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Great heat, as of the body in fever.
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A phenomenon in which the atmosphere of a planet traps radiation emitted by its sun, caused by gases such as carbon dioxide, water vapor, and methane that allow incoming sunlight to pass through but retain heat radiated back from the planet's surface.
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To harden or dry (something) by subjecting to heat in or as if in an oven:
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This unit used to measure latitude or longitude on the Earth's surface.
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(Physics) To cause an electron to move to a higher than normal state; to promote an electron to an outer level.
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To effect fever in.
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To offer vigorous support to a person or cause.
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To prevent the passage of heat, electricity, or sound into or out of, especially by surrounding or covering with a nonconducting material:
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To anger; to fret; to irritate.
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To encourage or heavily exert force or influence.
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To remain at or just below the boiling point, usually forming tiny bubbles with a low, murmuring sound
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To subject to mechanical pressure or force.
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Lack of interest or concern, especially regarding matters of general importance or appeal; indifference.
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A lack of interest; indifference, apathy. [from 19th c.]
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(Slang, uncountable) The state of being cool, as in good or pleasing.
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Great warmth of emotion; ardor; zeal
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(Physics) The change in state as an excited state is formed by the absorption of a quantum of energy
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The periodic sexual excitement of most female placental mammals, corresponding to rut in males; heat
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A groove, furrow, or track, esp. one made in the ground by the passage of wheeled vehicles
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A suitable, natural, or convenient time:
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A policeman
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(Informal) The members of the police force (of a specified city)
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A person appointed to a position of authority in the armed forces; specif., commissioned officer
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One who patrols an assigned area.
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A law enforcement officer, such as a sheriff, who is responsible for maintaining civil peace.
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(Now rare, historical) The regulation of a given community or society; administration, law and order etc. [from 17th c.]
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(Chemistry) A glass rod capped at one end with rubber, used in a chemistry laboratory for gravimetric analysis.
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A policeman or policewoman.
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A woman who is a member of a police force.
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The definition of cop is a spindle of thread or yarn, or is slang for police officer.
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(--- Informal) A police officer. Often used with the.
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(Slang) A policeman or detective
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To become hot
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A temperature low enough to cause freezing
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A person, usually male, with duties or skills associated with a specified thing. (Used as the last element of a compound.)
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(UK, slang) A railway signaller.
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(Pejorative, slang) A woman (less commonly a man) who removes her clothing for entertainment. A stripper.
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Plural form of feeling
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Either of the two divisions, designated female and male, by which most organisms are classified on the basis of their reproductive organs and functions:
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