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  • Info In physics, heat is the transfer of energy other than by work or transfer of matter. more...
  • In the event of a dead heat a second cup is on hand.
  • It is also difficult to heat a small section of a piece.
  • See the section on red heat for more about this effect.
  • This is the result of the water's mass and specific heat capacity.
  • The portion of the energy which does not do work doing during the transfer is called heat.
  • In terms of heat content, this is about of oil equivalent per day.
  • Six songs made it to the national final after two semi-final heats.
  • The benefit of this is lost somewhat due to the lower heat addition temperature.
  • He takes heat as an example of a secondary quality.
  • The main event of a wrestling show is generally the one with the most heat behind it.
  • Red is the color most commonly associated with passion and heat.
  • It is a derived unit of energy, work, or amount of heat.
  • There are seven heats, each made up of five of the following events.
  • The first two heats consists of all-men and all-women driving against each other.
  • She failed to advance from the first round heats in all the three events.
  • Although things like heat may not be matter, all types of energy still continue to exhibit mass.
  • He focused his company on making film when competition heated up in the camera industry.
  • Such reactions require the addition of energy in the form of heat or light.
  • Wind breaks reduce the amount of heat carried away from a building.
  • Regional heats were held across the country with each winner going forward to the national final.
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Meaning of heat

  • noun A form of energy that is transferred by a difference in temperature
  • noun The sensation caused by heat energy
  • noun The trait of being intensely emotional
  • noun A preliminary race in which the winner advances to a more important race
  • verb Make hot or hotter
    the sun heats the oceans, heat the water on the stove
  • verb Provide with heat
    heat the house
  • verb Gain heat or get hot
    The room heated up quickly