Heat

A form of energy that flows between two samples of matter because of their differences in temperature.
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Heat

Oestrous, season, or bulling. The time when a female is receptive to the bull. The phenomenon precedes ovulation when the ripe egg is shed from the ovary and passes into the uterus.
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Heat

A period of time when female cats are sexually receptive.
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[n] - a form of energy that is transferred by a difference in temperature 2. [n] - the sensation caused by heat energy 3. [n] - intense passion or emotion 4. [v] - provide with heat 5. [v] - gain heat or get hot 6. [v] - make hot or hotter
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Heat

CAST LOT, Material originating from a final melt. For remelted alloys it is defined as the raw material originating from one remelted ingot.
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heat

A process, by which the internal energy of a system can be changed. At the same time, may, but must not, be changed, too
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Heat

is the energy that is transferred when two objects at different temperatures are brought into contact
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Heat

A form of energy that flows between two samples of matter because of their differences in temperature.
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Compare with work, energy, enthalpy, and temperature. 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.
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Heat is a form of energy associated with and proportional to molecular motion. It can be transferred from one body to another by radiation, conduction, or convection. Heat of atomization is the energy required to dissociate one mole of a given substance into atoms. Heat of combustion is the heat evolved when a definite quantity of a substance is co
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Heat

The transfer of (thermal) energy between two objects that are at different temperatures.
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Heat

A mode of energy associated with and proportional to molecular motion that may be transferred from one body to another by conduction, convection or radiation
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HEAT

High Explosive Anti-Tank
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heat

The internal energy of a body (substance)
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Heat

Thermal energy. Heat is expressed in units of calories or BTU's.
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Heat

Term used colloquially to indicate any temperature above ambient (room) temperature to which a part or material is or will be subjected.
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Heat

Heat (hēt) noun [ Middle English hete , hæte , Anglo-Saxon hǣtu , hǣto , from hāt hot; akin to Old High German heizi heat, Danish hede , Swedish hetta . See Hot .] 1. A force in nature which is reco
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Heat

Heat (hēt) transitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Heated ; present participle & verbal noun Heating .] [ Middle English heten , Anglo-Saxon hǣtan , from hāt hot. See Hot .] 1.
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Heat

Heat intransitive verb 1. To grow warm or hot by the action of fire or friction, etc., or the communication of heat; as, the iron or the water heats slowly. 2. To grow warm or hot by fermentation, or the development of heat by chemical action; as, green hay heats in a mow
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Heat

Heat (hĕt) imperfect & past participle of Heat . Heated; as, the iron though heat red- hot. [ Obsolete or Archaic] Shak.
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<chemistry> Energy transferred between two objects because of a temperature difference, the thermal motion of atoms and molecules. For chemical systems the sign for heat flow into the system is positive, because this process increases the internal energy of the system. Heat flowing out of the system is defined to be negative, since this proce
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heat

warmth noun the sensation caused by heat energy
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heat

noun a preliminary race in which the winner advances to a more important race
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heat

verb gain heat or get hot; `The room heated up quickly`
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heat

verb provide with heat; `heat the house`
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