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enEnglish deGerman
1 word
heat Brunft
heat Brunftzeit
heat Brunst
heat Brunstzeit
heat Charge
heat Durchgang
heat Feuer
heat Flamme
heat Geilheit
heat Glut
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enEnglish frFrench
1 word
anti-heat antithermique
heat Bic
heat Dieu
heat allume-cigare
heat allumette
heat amour
heat ardeur
heat arme à feu
heat briquet
heat calcination
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enEnglish afAfrikaans
1 word
heat vuur
 
enEnglish bgBulgarian
1 word
heat топлина
 
enEnglish bmBambara
1 word
heat funtɛni
 
enEnglish bnBengali
1 word
heat আগুন
 
enEnglish caCatalan
1 word
heat calda
heat calor
heat encendre
heat escalfar
heat foc
 
enEnglish csCzech
1 word
heat oheň
heat srdečnost
heat teplo
heat vřelost
 
enEnglish daDanish
1 word
heat ild
 
enEnglish elGreek
1 word
heat πυρ|R=pir
 
enEnglish eoEsperanto
1 word
heat ardo
heat fajro
heat hejti
heat revarmigi
 
enEnglish esSpanish
1 word
heat ardor
heat calentar
heat calor
heat efusión
heat fuego
heat semáforo
heat termicidad
2 words
Heat Rash ERUPCION POR CALOR
heat lightning relámpago
 
enEnglish euBasque
1 word
heat bero
 
enEnglish faPersian
1 word
heat آتش
 
enEnglish fiFinnish
1 word
heat kuumuus
heat lämmittää
heat palo
heat tuli
heat tulipalo
 
enEnglish foFaroese
1 word
heat brúnur
heat eldur
heat gløðandi hiti
heat hita
heat morreyður
 
enEnglish fyFrisian
1 word
heat ferwaarmje
heat fjoer
 
enEnglish gdScottish Gaelic
1 word
heat teine
 
enEnglish guGujarati
1 word
heat અગ્નિ
 
enEnglish heHebrew
1 word
heat חום
 
enEnglish hiHindi
1 word
heat आग|R=agni
 
enEnglish huHungarian
1 word
heat felhevít
heat forróság
heat hevít
heat tűz
heat ízzás
 
enEnglish hyArmenian
1 word
heat դարչնագույն
heat կրակ
heat շագանակագույն
heat շոգ
heat ջերմ
heat սրճագույն
heat տաքություն
heat տենդ
 
enEnglish idIndonesian
1 word
heat api
heat berahi
heat panas
 
enEnglish ioIdo
1 word
heat ardoro
heat fairo
heat rivarmigar
heat varmeso
heat varmigar
 
enEnglish isIcelandic
1 word
heat eldur
heat hiti
heat varmi
 
enEnglish itItalian
1 word
heat ardore
heat caldo
heat calore
heat fiamma
heat fu
heat fuoco
heat gran caldo
heat gran calura
heat incendio
heat marrone
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enEnglish jaJapanese
1 word
heat ファイヤー|R=faiyā
heat 火|R=ひ
heat 火事|R=かじ
heat 火災|R=かさい
 
enEnglish koKorean
1 word
heat 불|R=bul
 
enEnglish kuKurdish
1 word
heat agir
heat germahî
heat germayî
heat germî
heat nar
heat çakar
 
enEnglish laLatin
1 word
heat ignis
heat incendium
 
enEnglish mgMalagasy
1 word
heat afo
 
enEnglish mrMarathi
1 word
heat अग्नि|R=agni
 
enEnglish msMalay
1 word
heat api
 
enEnglish nlDutch
1 word
heat brand
heat bruin
heat geilheid
heat gloed
heat hitte
heat koorts
heat opwarmen
heat stoken
heat verwarmen
heat vuur
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enEnglish noNorwegian
1 word
heat hete
heat ild
heat varme opp
 
enEnglish ocOccitan (post 1500); Provençal
1 word
heat calor
heat caud
 
enEnglish osOssetic
1 word
heat арт
heat зынг
 
enEnglish paPunjabi
1 word
heat ਅੱਗ
 
enEnglish plPolish
1 word
heat ciepło
heat ogień
heat serdeczność
heat temperatura
heat upał
 
enEnglish ptPortuguese
1 word
heat aquecer
heat ardor
heat brasa incêndio
heat calor
heat carga
heat cargo
heat carregamento
heat cordialidade
heat fogo
heat lote
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enEnglish ruRussian
1 word
heat греть
heat жар
heat жара
heat лихорадка
heat огонь|R=ogon’
heat тепло
 
enEnglish saSanskrit
1 word
heat अग्नि|R=agni
 
enEnglish sqAlbanian
1 word
heat zjarr
 
enEnglish svSwedish
1 word
heat brand
heat brasa
heat eld
heat glöd
heat hetta
 
enEnglish swSwahili
1 word
heat moto
 
enEnglish tgTajik
1 word
heat оташ
 
enEnglish tlTagalog
1 word
heat apóy
heat súnog
 
enEnglish trTurkish
1 word
heat ateş
heat sıcak
 
enEnglish urUrdu
1 word
heat آگ
 
enEnglish zhChinese
1 word
heat 火|R=huǒ
heat 火灾|R=huǒzāi|tradi=火災
heat 红绿灯|R=hónglǜdēng|tradi=紅綠燈
 
Definition
 
enEnglish
heat definition: high temperature; quality of being hot or warm.
Heat definition: The form of energy and the sensation of an increase in temperature. Its interest in medicine is largely with reference to its physiological effects, its therapeutic use, and its use in procedures in physics and physical chemistry.
Heat Exhaustion definition: A clinical syndrome caused by heat stress, such as over-exertion in a hot environment or excessive exposure to sun. It is characterized by SWEATING, water (volume) depletion, salt depletion, cool clammy skin, NAUSEA, and HEADACHE.
thermogenesis definition: heat production in the body by muscular activity (e.g. shivering), food intake, or increased metabolic rate, frequently hormonally regulated.
Thermogenesis definition: The generation of heat in order to maintain body temperature. The uncoupled oxidation of fatty acids contained within brown adipose tissue and SHIVERING are examples of thermogenesis in MAMMALS.
Heat Stroke definition: A condition caused by the failure of body to dissipate heat in an excessively hot environment or during PHYSICAL EXERTION in a hot environment. Contrast to HEAT EXHAUSTION, the body temperature in heat stroke patient is dangerously high with red, hot skin accompanied by DELUSIONS; CONVULSIONS; or COMA. It can be a life-threatening emergency and is most common in infants and the elderly.
Thermal Conductivity definition: The heat flow across a surface per unit area per unit time, divided by the negative of the rate of change of temperature with distance in a direction perpendicular to the surface. (From McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific and Technical Terms, 6th ed)
Heat Exchangers definition: Equipment designed to increase or decrease the temperature of a fluid by transmitting heat from one fluid to another. These equipment typically consist of a device either with two contiguous reservoirs or two sets of coils in close contact, allowing heat interchange between the two fluids; they also include heating and/or refrigerating modules. Typically the fluid which temperature should be adjusted (e.g., blood) is circulated through a set of coils inside the exchanger, while the controlling fluid (e.g., water) circulates through a second set of coils. By adjusting the temperature of the controlling fluid the heat interchange is regulated
heat injury definition: damage inflicted on any part of an organism as the direct or indirect result of exposure to a high temperature, with or without disruption of structural continuity.
heat generation definition: Any homeostatic process by which an organism produces heat, thereby raising its internal temperature. [GOC:mah]
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deGerman
Hitze definition: [1] hohe, als unangenehm empfundene Wärme [2] durch Gefühle oder Fieber hervorgerufene Wärme im Körper[1] oder in einem Körperteil [3] die Zeit der Empfängnisbereitschaft weiblicher Hunde und Füchse (Jägersprache)
Wärme definition: [1] physikalisch über eine Systemgrenze hinweg transportierte thermische Energie [2] allgemein: Herzlichkeit
Charge definition: [1] Handel, Technik: Unter einer 'Charge' versteht man einen Teilbestand an Produkten, die in einem Produktionsgang gefertigt worden sind und damit identische Merkmale in Bezug auf den Fertigungszeitpunkt und die Produktqualität aufweisen. Eine 'Chargen'verwaltung findet sich vor allem in den Prozessindustrien (Chemische, pharmazeutische oder Lebensmittel-Industrie) [2] Technik: Ladung, Beschickung [3] Theater: Eine bewusste übertrieben und überladen ausgeführte Nebenrolle im Theater oder generell eine Nebenrolle [4] Studentenverbindung: höheres Amt in einer Studentenverbindung [5] Militär: Stelle oder ein Posten mit einer bestimmten Verantwortung, Dienstgrad [6] Militär: Kavallerieangriff mit gezückter Waffe (veraltet) [7] Militär: Salve eines geschlossenen Infanterietrupps (veraltet)
läufig definition: [1] paarungbereit (bei Hunden)
Wetterleuchten definition: [1] Widerschein von Blitzen ferner Gewitter am Horizont, ohne dass Donner zu hören ist
Laufzeit definition: [1] verbrauchte Zeit für eine Strecke [2] Dauer eines Angebotes [3] Gültigkeitsdauer eines Gesetzes, Tarifs, einer Verordnung [4] Bankwesen: Dauer eines Darlehens [5] Informatik: Zeitspanne, während der ein Programm von einem Rechner ausgeführt wird, auch der Zeitpunkt, zu dem ein Programm ausgeführt wird [6] Betriebszeit, Lebenszeit einer Maschine [7] Zoologie: Brunstzeit
erhitzen definition: [1] durch Zufuhr von Wärme heiß machen
Wärmeleitpaste definition: [1] Technik: spezielle Paste, die die Wärmeübertragung zwischen zwei festen Körpern verbessert
 
isIcelandic
hiti definition: [1] Hitze [2] Wärme [3] Fieber
 
heHebrew
חום definition: [1] Farbe: braun
 
frFrench
feu definition: Dégagement d’énergie calorifique et lumineuse produite par une combustion. Un des quatre éléments des anciens.
feu definition: Briquet, allumette, allume-cigare, dispositif autonome destiné à produire une petite flamme.
feu definition: Dieu.
feu definition: Chaleur.
feu definition: Source de chaleur pour la transformation des aliments.
feu definition: Appareil de cuisson des aliments, cuisinière.
feu definition: Endroit où l’on fait du '''feu''' (1).
feu definition: Foyer, famille ''(même évolution du mot que pour foyer)''.
feu definition: Tirs, lors d’un combat.
feu definition: () Lumière.
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