heatverb

  • ja熱する、温める
  • ento be or to cause to be hot or warm

Examples

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I'm hungry!
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Have some more pizza.
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It's cold.
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Heat it up.
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We wanna heat this up because the butter was too cold.
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And I have a tool for that.
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I just wanna heat it up first until it’s warm but not hot.
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So just steaming.
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I'll start heating the cognac.
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Two tablespoons, get it hot before it's ignited.
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Okay, there, it's on fire.
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So heat it, bend it, then blow it.
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And that keeps the diameter correct.
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Now, we’re gonna heat this oil up to the smoke point,
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but not so that it burns.
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I'm sick of all these meat Popsicles.
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Those are frozen Salisbury steaks.
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You're supposed to heat them in the oven.
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Now, it says to heat the sugar and water in medium-low heat, without stirring.
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That looks good.

Other meanings for heat...

heatnoun

  • ja熱、熱さ、暑さ
  • enrefers or pertains to the state or condition of being warm or hot or having a high temperature
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Fry it along with the vegetables,
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maybe turn up the heat just a little bit,
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and let that tomato paste caramelize.
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It might be too much heat right now.
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Jason? Jason!
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Jason!
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Choosing the right glue to withstand the heat inside an engine
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is a matter of life and death.
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Though different areas of the skin have different characteristics,
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much of this surface performs similar functions,
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such as sweating, feeling heat and cold, and growing hair.
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In the US, extreme heat now causes more deaths than all other weather-related hazards.
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On his way, Hercules was so annoyed by the Libyan desert heat
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that he shot an arrow at the Sun.
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Did it get hotter?
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Yes, I feel like it's increased in heat.
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We go under with the shovel,
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and spread the heat at both the ham and the shoulders, nowhere else.
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And all the heat meets in the middle.
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And also, you're working in your boxers!
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To beat the heat, Rosa!
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To beat the heat!

heatnoun

  • ja心理的な圧迫感、プレッシャー
  • enpressure or stress
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These big guys tire easy.
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What's the matter, lightweight?
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Can't take the heat?
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Elsie, listen, can't we call a truce?
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I’ll take the heat for it.
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We’ll wait for your father to come home.
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And when he gets here, I’ll tell him that I did it.
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No.
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I'll take it.
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Something's up.
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Guys, we've been 'Boiler Room'-ed.
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Telamericorp was just a shell of a company.
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Alice probably felt some heat from the feds, right?
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So she packed up in the middle of the night.
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I don't know if you remember, Jamie.
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In the last interview that we did, I took a little heat from you.
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And we got your socks and sandals combo.
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And I wanna know if you recognize this man right here.
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Okay.
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You know that guy?
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- Yeah, I know that guy. - What's he wearing?
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It looks like socks.
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With?
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Sandals.
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You inspired me.
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Feeling the pressure, feeling the heat?
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Aren't you guys done yet over there?
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Now it's a competition for real.
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Here's my impression of you.
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I can't handle the heat that Jake brings at me.
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Here's my impression of you.
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For some reason, I bring heat against my good friend who is nothing but nice to me.