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to warm up / to heat up / hot (of weather) / heat / fervent
HSK 1
blistering hot / sizzling hot (weather)
HSK 6
affectionate; intimate; warmhearted / to show affection for / (coll.) to get intimate with sb
HSK 6
to alleviate fever (medicine) / to clear internal heat (Chinese medicine)
to heat
to have a high temperature / feverish / unable to think calmly / to emit heat
to dissipate heat
fiery / burning / fervent / ardent / passionate
electrical heating
to preheat / warm-up
heating (for a building) / to supply heating
white heat / incandescence
red-hot / glowing / blazing / (fig.) passionate
tepid / to warm up (food etc)
heat resistant / fireproof
zealotry / fanatical / feverish
too hot / (fig.) (economics) overheated / (physics) to superheat
extremely hot (weather) / blazing (sun) / (fig.) burning (enthusiasm)
to relieve fever
burning hot / scorching / worried
geothermal
lit. burn your hand, feel the heat (idiom) / fig. arrogance of the powerful / a mighty figure no-one dares approach / hot (exciting or in favor)
specific heat
residual heat / surplus heat / fig. old people's capacity for work
heated / sunstroke
to insulate thermally / (physics) adiabatic
deep water and scorching fire / abyss of suffering (idiom)
torrid heat
heat transfer / heat transmission
heat absorption
a low fever (up to 38°C)
gold rush
now hot, now cold / (of one's mood, affection etc) to alternate
canine distemper (mammalian disease caused by Canine morbillivirus)
scarlet fever
hot (summer) weather
a fever
to covet / envious
hemorrhagic fever
(idiom) to be on very good terms with each other / to hit it off with sb / to be passionately in love with each other / to carry on intimately with / (of trading, conflict etc) to be in full swing
hay fever
to reduce fever
latent heat
to know whether others are cold or hot (idiom) / to be very considerate
tipsy and merry (idiom)
strike the iron while it's hot (idiom)
to raise prices by speculation / to hype
to insulate thermally / insulating (material, effect etc)
sultry / sultriness / hot and stuffy / stifling hot
to conserve heat
to generate heat
one-sided enthusiasm (abbr. for 剃頭挑子一頭熱|剃头挑子一头热)
leptospirosis
steam or heat tracing
dengue fever
dengue hemorrhagic fever (DHF)
lit. only one end of the barber's pole is hot (idiom) / fig. one-sided enthusiasm / one party is interested, but the other, not so much / (Note: In former days, street barbers carried their equipment on a pole, with tools and a stool at one end and a brazier at the other.)
recurring fever
to heat evenly (e.g. in smelting metal)
chikungunya fever
great heat / very popular
remittent fever
slow to heat up / (fig.) (of a person) reserved; introverted; slow to develop relationships; (of a product etc) to take time to become popular; (sports) slow to reach peak performance
trench fever
cultural fever / cultural craze
spotted fever
to trend / to get popular quickly / sudden heat wave (weather)
nuclear heat
undulant fever / brucellosis
hot flush
anthrax
postnatal fever / puerperal fever / childbed fever
dengue fever / Singapore hemorrhagic fever
sandfly fever
heartburn / pyrosis
hay fever
English language fan / enthusiasm for English
latent heat of evaporation
decay heat
rheumatic fever
psittacosis / ornithosis / parrot fever


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