English - Latin Dictionary:

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The definition of word "heat":
+1 rate 1. energy that is transferred from one body to another as the result of a difference in temperature. If two bodies at different temperatures are brought together, energy is transferred-i.e., heat flows-from the hotter body to the colder. The effect of this transfer of energy usually, but not always, is an increase in the temperature of the colder body and a decrease in the temperature of the hotter body. A substance may absorb heat without an increase in temperature by changing from one physical state (or phase) to another, as from a solid to a liquid (melting), from a solid to a vapour (sublimation), from a liquid to a vapour (boiling) or from one solid form to another (usually called a crystalline transition). The important distinction between heat and temperature (heat being a form of energy and temperature a measure of the amount of that energy present in a body) was clarified during the 18th and 19th centuries.
rate 2. airport Name: Assiut Airport; location: Assiut, Egypt; IATA Code: ATZ; ICAO Code: HEAT
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rate 5. warmth, high temperature; excitement, passion; early part of a race; state of being prepared for sexual activity (in female animals)
rate 6. become hot; make hot
rate 7. Energy transferred from one body to another as the result of a difference in temperature. Heat flows from a hotter body to a colder body when the two bodies are brought together. This transfer of energy usually results in an increase in the temperature of the colder body and a decrease in that of the hotter body. A substance may absorb heat without an increase in temperature as it changes from one phase to another; that is, when it melts or boils. The distinction between heat (a form of energy) and temperature (a measure of the amount of energy) was clarified in the 19th century by such scientists as J.-B. Fourier, Gustav Kirchhoff and Ludwig Boltzmann.
rate 8. heat capacity
rate 9. heat exchanger
rate 10. heat exhaustion
rate 11. heat prostration
rate 12. heat pump
rate 13. heat treating
rate 14. latent heat
rate 15. reaction heat of
rate 16. specific heat
rate 17. induction heating
rate 18. radiant heating
rate 19. solar heating;
rate 20. Volleyball Hitting power. A player who hits the ball very hard is said to "bring the heat". Similarly, it can be said that a puny attacker "doesn't add much warmth to the offence".
rate 21. E M O T I O N (n) a state of strong emotion, esp. excitement or anger" No, I did not do it, and I deny absolutely all your accusations," he replied with/without heat. John came up and apologised for the remarks he had made in the heat of the moment (= while he was angry/excited) .
rate 22. That which increases the internal energy of a body. This causes a change in temperature, volume, or state of the body.
rate 23. Heat is a transfer of energy that occurs when objects with different temperatures are placed into contact. Heat is a process, not a property of a material.
rate 24. The internal kinetic energy of a body; temperature is its measure
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