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    warm查询结果如下:

    音标:[暂缺]
    过去式:warmed 过去分词:warmed
    名词复数:warms 词频:高频常用词

    基本释义/说明: adj.暖的;温暖的
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    a.
    ①暖的,温暖的;保暖的;
    warm air
    暖气;暖风.
    a warm coat
    保暖的外衣.
    warm milk
    温热的牛奶.
    a warm water port
    不冻港.
    the warmest clothes
    最暖和的衣服.
    get warm by the fire
    在炉火旁取暖.
    It`s getting warm.
    暖和起来了.
    It was warm but not hot yesterday.
    昨天暖和但不炎热.
    Red,yellow,and orange are called warm colours.
    红、黄、橙叫做暖色.
    ②发热的;
    be warm from exercise (running)
    一运动(跑步)身上就发热.
    a warm fire
    热烘烘的炉火.
    ③热忱的;热烈的;热心的;
    give sb a warm welcome
    热烈欢迎某人.
    a warm reception
    热情接待.
    warm support for sb (sth)
    对某人(某事)的热烈支持。
    ④激昂的;激烈的;兴奋的;
    a warm debate
    激烈的辩论.
    be warm with wine
    喝酒后就兴奋起来.
    grow warm
    激烈起来;兴奋起来.
    ⑤(儿童游戏时对隐藏物)快要发现的,即将猜中的;
    You`re getting warm.
    你快要找到(猜着)了.
    ⑥(猎物的气味)新鲜的,强烈的;便于跟踪的;
    a warm scent (smell,trail)
    (猎物)强烈的气味(臭迹);便于跟踪的臭迹.
    What a warm smell!
    多么难闻的臭味.
    n.
    ①[a warm]暖和;
    Come near the fire and have a warm.
    挨近炉边来暖和暖和.
    ②[the warm] 暖和处;
    Come into the warm.
    来,到暖和的地方来.
    vi.
    ①转暖;变暖;
    A hot drink warms on a cold day.
    一杯热饮在冷天使人温暖.
    The soup is warming in the pot over the fire.
    汤用锅在火上加温.
    ②激昂;兴奋;
    He gradually warmed up in his speech.
    他发言时越说越激昂.
    vt.
    ①使温暖,使暖和;
    a voice to warm sb`s heart
    暖某人心窝的话音.
    warm oneself at (by) the fire
    烤火取暖.
    ②给(食物等)加温;
    warm sth over (on) the fire
    在炉火上烤(热)某物.
    Please warm (up) this milk.
    请把这牛奶热一热(加加温).
    -扩展释义
    扩展解释:
    暖和的, 暖的, 温暖的, 色情的, 激烈的, 热烈的, 多情的, 兴奋的
    Spring brings warm weather and flowers.
    春天带来暖和的天气和百花。
    adj. 【化学】
    暖的;温和的,热的,带红的;升温,变热,暖机,热炼
    【海运】
    ;暖热的使温暖,使暖热;变温暖,变暖热
    -同义词和反义词

    词性:adjective

    例句1. Patsy was in the big, warm kitchen

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    例句2. the first really warm day of spring

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    例句3. a tumbler of warm water

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    例句4. she dressed in jeans and a warm sweater

    -warm的不同词性形态

    形容词 变体/同根词

    warm的形容词最高级形式
    warm的形容词比较级形式
    At a higher temperature. || At a higher degree of compassion or friendship.
    somewhat warm
    “But Sir Stephen House is entitled to a warmish glow in the middle of all the controversy surrounding his imminent departure.”
    “I splashed along in the warmish Tasman Sea and just let the sea breeze blow through my soul for a while. Very healing.”
    “Leave your hair in pins or curlers if you wear them, and run a warmish bath.”
    Devoid of warmth.

    名词 变体/同根词

    (nonstandard) Warmth.
    the state of being warm; warmth
    “He listened to what she said, asked questions that showed his understanding, and extended his arm in warmness to her at the end of the article.”
    “These discriminations account for the intangible awareness of mood, and they define the greenness of green and the warmness of warmth.”
    “Due to the warmness, we have flowering liverleafs, mezereons etc. in our forests.”
    A moderate degree of heat; the sensation of being warm. || Friendliness, kindness or affection. || Fervor, intensity of emotion or expression. || (art) The effect of using mostly red and yellow hues.
    “Armed with a big smile, Ninia′s warmth on stage, and off, lets her get away with murder.”
    “Melbourne is cold, rainy and dreary after the relative warmth of Sydney sun.”
    “The lighting design provided all the warmth and sunniness one would expect from Naples.”

    动词 变体/同根词

    warm的(已不通用)第三人称单数形式
    “At the first entrance it is verie cold, but after a season it warmeth the goer in, casting him into an indifferent heat.”
    warm的第三人称单数形式
    “You know, everybody has just come together for me, and I cannot tell you how that warms my heart.”
    “It′s pretty predictable, but there is one phrase in the article that warms my heart.”
    “As the oceans and ground warm up, they warm the air next to them, and this air warms the air a little higher up and so on.”
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