Heat

In physics, heating is transfer of energy, from a hotter body to a colder one, other than by work or transfer of matter. It occurs spontaneously whenever a suitable physical pathway exists between the bodies. The pathway can be direct, as in conduction and radiation, or indirect, as in convective circulation. Heating is a dissipative process. Heat...
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Heat

(1) Seasonal period of the female. Estrus, in season. (2) Performance: A competitive running of dogs.
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Heat

(1) Seasonal period of the female. Estrus, in season. (2) Performance
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(hēt) energy that raises the temperature of a body or substance. Heat is associated with molecular motion, and is generated in various ways, including combustion, friction, chemical action, and radiation. The total absence of heat is absolute zero, at which all molecular activity ceases. a rise in tem...
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heat

[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

• (n.) Fermentation. • (v. t.) To excite or make hot by action or emotion; to make feverish. • (v. i.) To grow warm or hot by fermentation, or the development of heat by chemical action; as, green hay heats in a mow, and manure in the dunghill. • (v. t.) To excite ardor in; to rouse to action; to excite to excess; to inflame, as...
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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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noun the trait of being intensely emotional
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heat

warmth noun the sensation caused by heat energy
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heat

(q) Type: Term Pronunciation: hēt Definitions: 1. A high temperature; the sensation produced by proximity to fire or an incandescent object, as opposed to cold. 2. The kinetic energy of atoms and molecules, as well as rotation and vibration. Synonyms: estrus, enthalpy
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Heat

[Kim Hyun-joong song] HEAT is Kim Hyun-joong`s second Japanese single. There are five available versions of this single, three of which include the song `Let`s Party` in addition to the CD`s title track `Heat`. For `Heat` Kim Hyun-joong collaborated with Japanese rock duo B`z. Although there are music videos for both, `Heat` and `Let`s Part...
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Heat

[magazine] Heat is a British entertainment magazine published by German company Bauer Media Group. {As of|2004} it is one of the biggest selling magazines in the UK, with a regular circulation over half a million. Its mix of celebrity news, gossip, beauty advice and fashion is primarily aimed at women, although not as directly as in other w...
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HEAT

[magazine] HEAT was an international Australian literary magazine published by Giramondo Publishing and the University of Western Sydney. == History == HEAT was first published in July 1996. The first series of 15 issues ran until 2000. A new series began in 2001 and ended in 2011. == Staff == HEAT has been edited throughout by Ivor Indyk. ...
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Heat

[manga] Heat is a crime story featuring a young man named Tatsumi Karasawa who suddenly rises in the criminal world of Shinjuku, Tokyo, and becomes the leader of a group of amateurs who show no reluctance to face police and gangs alike. His successes in the Tokyo underground make a chief and a yakuza boss plot a conspiracy to eliminate him....
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HEAT

[Naval Acronyms and Slang] High Explosive Anti Tank
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[perfume] Heat is a perfume endorsed by Beyoncé. It was created by her alongside Claude Dir and Olivier Gillotin of the company Givaudan The product, which was released on February 3, 2010, uses the tagline `catch the fever.` The release was promoted with a cover version of `Fever` recorded by Beyoncé and a limited edition extended play (...
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Heat

[professional wrestling] In professional wrestling, heat refers to both crowd reaction and real-life animosity between those involved in the professional wrestling business. In terms of crowd reaction, heat is usually either cheers for a babyface or boos for a heel. The amount of heat a wrestler generates is often an accurate gauge of his p...
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HEAT

[software] HEAT is a commercial help desk issue management software suite produced by FrontRange Solutions. According to FrontRange staff, HEAT stands for Helpdesk Expert Automation Tool. == Architecture == === Additional modules === == See also == ==Resources== ...
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Heat

[soundtrack] Heat is the soundtrack album to the 1995 film Heat. The score is compiled mostly with Elliot Goldenthal`s orchestrations although there are a variety of other artists featured including U2/Brian Eno project Passengers, Lisa Gerrard, Moby and Terje Rypdal. ==The score== The track `New Dawn Fades` is only a part of the whole song...
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Heat

[TV channel] Heat is a British music television channel that is based on the magazine of the same name, owned by Box Television, a joint venture between Bauer Media Group and Channel Four Television Corporation. It launched on 3 July 2012, replacing Q. The channel features daily celebrity gossip show Heat`s Huge News, as well as a 60-minute...
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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 (hĕt) imperfect & past participle of Heat . Heated; as, the iron though heat red- hot. [ Obsolete or Archaic] Shak.
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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

a female dog's estrus cycle usually lasting around 21 days during which time she may be bred. Usually re-occurs approximately every 6 months.
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A form of energy associated with the motion (translational, rotational, or vibrational) of atoms and molecules. Heat is transferred as a result of a temperature difference, and is conducted through solid and fluid media by conduction, through fluid media by convection, and through empty space by rad...
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