English → English - warm

Pronunciation
v. heat up; excite; be excited; arouse affection; be filled with affection
adj. slightly hot, tepid; giving or keeping in heat; having a high temperature (from sickness or physical exertion); hearty, sincere; quick-tempered; close; passionate, enthusiastic; of a color suggesting heat (red to yellow); fresh
adj. warm, hot

English → Spanish - warm

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v. calentar
adj. caliente, caldeado, cálido, calinoso, caluroso; afectuoso, afectivo, amoroso, efusivo

English → French - warm

Pronunciation
v. chauffer; se chauffer, se réchauffer; s'animer; devenir plus cordial, se sentir attiré vers quelqu'un
adj. chaud; chaleureux; cordial; dur, rude, dangereux, "chaud"; enthousiaste; brûlant

English → German - warm

Pronunciation
v. wärmen, warm machen
adj. warm; herzlich; eng; lebhaft; begeistert; hitzig; heiß

English → Indonesian - warm

Pronunciation
v. memanaskan, memanasi, menghangatkan, menghangati, memperhangat, berpanas-panas, mulai panas, mengapi, berbicara dgn bersemangat
a. hangat, panas, suam, ramah, ramah tamah, peramah, marah: lekas marah, memanaskan: yg memanaskan, menghangatkan: yg menghangatkan

English → Italian - warm

Pronunciation
v. riscaldare; dare calore a; (fig) accendere, infervorare; animare, ravvivare; irritare
agg. caldo; che produce calore, che tiene caldo; intenso e luminoso; (fig) vivo, ardente, appassionato; fresco, recente

English → Polish - warm

Pronunciation
v. rozgrzać, pogrzać, dogrzać, grzać, nagrzać, ogrzać, ocieplić, ogrzewać się, dopalić, dogrzewać, nagrzewać, ogrzewać, dopalać
a. ciepły, gorący, serdeczny, podochocony, zawzięty, groźny, rozgrzany, bogaty, świeży

English → Portuguese - warm

Pronunciation
v. esquentar; aquecer-se; empolgar-se; entusiasmar-se; excitar
adj. quente; ingênuo; amado; querido; duro; perigoso; esquentado; entusiasmado

English → Romanian - warm

Pronunciation
v. încălzi, încropi, entuziasma: se entuziasma, încălzi: se încălzi
a. cald, călduros, cald: care ţine de cald, cordial {fig.}, însufleţit, pasionat, afectuos, bogat, barosan {fig.}, înstărit, generos, iute, proaspăt, dare: cu dare de mână {fam.}, încălzire {fam.}

English → Russian - warm

Pronunciation
г. греть, нагревать, пригревать, согревать, согреваться, обогревать; утеплять; разгорячать, воодушевлять; разгорячаться, воодушевляться, оживляться
прил. теплый, свежий, жаркий; разгоряченный, подогретый; сохраняющий тепло; сердечный; горячий; страстный, влюбчивый; раздраженный; похотливый; хорошо устроенный, зажиточный, богатый

English → Turkish - warm

Pronunciation
f. ısınmak, ısıtmak, samimileşmek
i. ısınma, sıcakça yer
s. sıcak, ılık, samimi, canlı, hararetli, heyecanlı, sıcak tutan, sıcacık, taze

English → Ukrainian - warm

Pronunciation
n. зігрівання
v. гріти, нагрівати, зігрівати, грітися, розпалювати, надихати, пожвавлюватися, співчувати, відшмагати, згріти, обігрівати, огрівати, отеплювати, пригрівати
a. теплий, жаркий, палкий, сердечний, розпалений, збуджений, пристрасний, гарячий, дратівливий, нескромний, похітливий, слабоактивний
adv. тепло

German → English - warm

Pronunciation
adj. slightly hot, tepid; giving or keeping in heat; having a high temperature (from sickness or physical exertion); hearty, sincere; quick-tempered; close; passionate, enthusiastic; of a color suggesting heat (red to yellow); fresh

Dutch → English - warm

Pronunciation
adv. warmly, fervently

English → Dutch - warm

Pronunciation
ww. verwarmen; opwarmen; opwinden; zich opwinden; aantrekken (zich tot iemand aangetrokken voelen)
bn. warm; warm (van karakter), hartelijk; hard, gevaarlijk, "heet"; opgewonden; in brand staan

English → Greek - warm

Pronunciation
ρήμ. θερμαίνω
επίθ. ζεστός, μετριώς θερμός, θερμός

German → Spanish - warm

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adj. caliente, caluroso, cálido, abrigo: de abrigo

German → French - warm

Pronunciation
adj. chaud, chaleureux, cordial, moelleux
adv. chaud: au chaud, chaud

German → Italian - warm

Pronunciation
adj. caldo, fervido
adv. caldo: a caldo {tecn.}, caldamente, acqua: con acqua calda

German → Russian - warm

Pronunciation
adj. теплый, горячий, гомосексуальный, педерастический

German → Turkish - warm

Pronunciation
s. sıcak, ılık, samimi

Dutch → French - warm

Pronunciation
1. (algemeen) chaud 2. (behandeling) affectueux; tendre; aimant
3. (stem) moelleux; velouté
4. (persoon) tendre; aimant; affectueux

German → Dutch - warm

Pronunciation
warm ,warmpjes

English → Arabic - warm

Pronunciation
‏دفأ، أسعد، أعاد التسخين، تحمس، أصبح جاهزا للعمل‏
‏مثير للعاطفة، متحمس، حميم، ودي، دافئ، حماسي، متقد قوي، رقيق، شهواني، مصحوب بخطر‏

English → Chinese - warm

Pronunciation
(动) 使温暖, 使兴奋, 弄热; 变暖和, 激动, 变温暖
(形) 暖和的, 温暖的, 暖的

English → Chinese - warm

Pronunciation
(動) 使溫暖, 使興奮, 弄熱; 變暖和, 激動, 變溫暖
(形) 暖和的, 溫暖的, 暖的

English → Hindi - warm

Pronunciation
v. गरमाना, गरम करना, गरम कर देना, तापना, सेंकना
a. गरम, गर्मीला, दिली, हादिर्क

English → Japanese - warm

Pronunciation
(形) 暖かい; 温かい; 熱のある(病気または情熱); 思いやりのある; 興奮した; 熱烈な; ぬくもりの; 温暖な, 温和な
(動) 暖める; 暖かくする; 親しみを覚える; 熱心になる

English → Korean - warm

Pronunciation
동. 따뜻하게 하다; 흥분시키다; 흥분하다; 애정을 불러 일으키다; 애정으로 가득차다
형. 따뜻한, 미지근한; 뎁혀주는; 열이 있는; 진심어린; 다혈질의; 가까운; 열정적인; 따뜻한 색의; 신선한

English → Vietnamese - warm

Pronunciation
n. sự đốt, đun cho nóng, sưởi cho ấm
v. nấu, đun, làm cho ấm
a. nóng, ấm ấm, nồng nhiệt

German → Chinese - warm

Pronunciation
adj. adv. 温暖的。

Definition of warm

Pronunciation
1. Warm, hot, related to - ???µ??, - formus, - sc=Deva.
2. To burn, related to - (warnuzi) sc=Xsux and to - ??????.
Adjective
3. Having a temperature slightly higher than usual, but still pleasant; mildly hot.
The tea is still warm.
This is a very warm room.
4. Caring and friendly, of relations to another person.
We have a warm friendship.
5. Having a color in the red-orange-yellow part of the visible electromagnetic spectrum.
6. Close, often used in the context of a game in which "warm" and "cold" are used to indicate nearness to the goal.
7. Ardent, zealous.
A warm debate, with strong words exchanged
8. Being well off as to property, or in good circumstances; rich.
9. Requiring arduous effort.
This was a warm day to the British.
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Verb Forms

Present participle: warming
Present: warm (3.person: warms)
Past: warmed
Future: will warm
Present conditional: would warm
Present Perfect: have warmed (3.person: has warmed)
Past Perfect: had warmed
Future Perfect: will have warmed
Past conditional: would have warmed
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