Equipment or devices used to provide heat, esp. to a building
the process of becoming warmer; a rising temperature
heating system: utility to warm a building; "the heating system wasn't working"; "they have radiant heating"
(heat) a form of energy that is transferred by a difference in temperature
(heat) make hot or hotter; "the sun heats the oceans"; "heat the water on the stove"
(heat) hotness: the presence of heat
provide with heat; "heat the house"
A heater is object that emits heat or causes another body to achieve a higher temperature. In a household or domestic setting, heaters are usually appliances whose purpose is to generate heating (i.e. warmth). Heaters exists for all states of matter, including solids, liquids and gases.
(HEAT) High explosive anti-tank (HEAT) warheads are made of an explosive shaped charge that uses the Neumann effect (a development of the Munroe effect) to create a very high-velocity partial stream of metal in a state of superplasticity that can punch through solid armor.
(Heat (1972 film)) Heat, also known as Andy Warhol's Heat, is an American film released in 1972. Written and directed by filmmaker Paul Morrissey and produced by Andy Warhol, it starred Joe Dallesandro, Sylvia Miles and Andrea Feldman.
(Heat (1987 film)) Heat is a 1986 action-thriller film about an ex-mercenary working as a bodyguard in Las Vegas. The film was written by William Goldman, based on his novel. It was directed by Dick Richards and Jerry Jameson, and stars Burt Reynolds, Karen Young, and Peter MacNicol.
(Heat (2006 film)) Heat (Жара, stylized as ЖАRА) is a 2006 Russian teen romantic comedy loosely based on the I Step Through Moscow, directed by Rezo Gigineishvili and produced by Fyodor Bondarchuk. Heat along with Wolfhound became one of the most expensive Russian films in 2006. ...
(Heat (album)) Heat is the third studio album released May 18, 1999 by Soul for Real.
(heat) thermal energy; The condition or quality of being hot; An attribute of a spice that causes a burning sensation in the mouth; A period of intensity, particularly of emotion; An undesirable amount of attention; The police; One or more firearms; A fastball; A condition where a ...
(heate) Archaic spelling of heat; Archaic spelling of heat
(heated) very agitated, angry or impassioned
(Heat) a rare natural event occurring approximately 3 days a year. It is often accompanied by a run on air conditioners, followed a few days later by a glut of “only used once” air conditioner sales on Ebay.
(heat) The kinetic energy of the particles in a system. The faster the particles move, the higher the heat.
Heat, like work, is a measure of the amount of energy transferred from one body to another because of the temperature difference between those bodies. Heat is not energy possessed by a body. We should not speak of the 'heat in a body. ...
(The Heat) American; putting the heat on someone. (Example: in the line What a field day for the heat (Stephen Stills, "For What It's Worth" from Buffalo Springfield, 1967), Stills is referring to the police.)
(Heat) Thermal energy resulting from combustion, chemical reaction, friction, or movement of electricity. As a thermodynamic condition, heat, at a constant pressure, is equal to internal or intrinsic energy plus pressure times volume.
(Heat) Enthusiasm, a positive response. The WWF uses a heat machine for its televised shows which make them somewhat of a work.
Thermal energy. Heat is expressed in units of calories or Btu`s.
(Heat) is energy that causes molecules to be in motion and to raise the temperature of a substance.
(Heat) Feedback from the crowd. A heel wrestler will try to get heat from the crowd by doing things to get them angry, such as cheating or insulting there state. If the heel has a lot of heat with the crowd, he is doing his job. ...
(Heat) is a form of energy transfer, also known as ‘Thermal Energy’.