heat

hit

Перевод:

Noun: жара тепло жар теплота
Verb: нагревать нагреваться топить отапливать

Фразы:

heat of combustion - теплота сгорания

to abide great heat - выдерживать высокую температуру

exposure to heat - тепловое воздействие

to heat / reheat food - разогревать еду

blistering / extreme / great / intense / scorching / stifling / sweltering / unbearable heat - сильная жара

body heat - тепло тела

in the heat (of battle) - в пылу (сражения)

qualifying heat - квалификационные соревнования

ten degrees of heat - десять градусов тепла

heat-and-power engineering - теплоэнергетический

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Примеры:

I can't handle the heat. - Не выношу жары.

Heat makes you sweat. - Из-за жары вы потеете.

I heated the vegetables in the microwave. - Я подогрел овощи в микроволновке.

The room heated up quickly. - Комната быстро нагрелась.

I could not sleep for the heat. - Я не мог спать из-за жары.

Cook the milk over low heat. - Нагрейте молоко на слабом огне.

This damnable heat! - Будь проклята эта жара!

I can heat up some soup in two minutes. - Я могу подогреть суп за две минуты.

Heat the milk until it boils. - Нагрейте молоко до кипения.

The water here heats slowly. - Вода здесь нагревается медленно.

The heat overpowered me. - Жара одолела меня.

Heat the water on the stove. - Нагрейте воду на плите.

Ice needs heat to melt. - Льду необходимо тепло, чтобы растаять.

Can you turn up the heat? - Вы можете прибавить отопление? / Вы можете сделать потеплее?

The bitch was in heat. - У суки была течка.

We heat our house with gas. - Мы обогреваем дом газом.

Remove the pan from the heat. - Снимите кастрюлю с огня.

He is allergic to the heat. - Он не выносит жару.

The heat seared their skin. - Жара иссушила их кожу.

I mind cold more than heat. - Я переношу холод хуже, чем жару.

The vernal heat of the sun. - Весенний жар солнца.

In the heat of the moment (=when feelings were very strong) Nick threatened to resign. - В запале (т.е. когда чувства были очень сильны) Ник пригрозил уйти в отставку.

The sun radiates heat. - Солнце излучает тепло.

The winds are of extreme heat and aridity. - Ветры необычайно горячие и сухие.

Quick decisions had to be made in the heat of the negotiations. - В разгар переговоров приходится принимать быстрые решения.

The heat was ferocious. - Жара была дикая /страшная, ужасная/.

Many metals conduct heat. - Многие металлы проводят тепло.

the intense heat of a fire - сильный жар от костра

Great heat indurates clay. - От высокой температуры глина затвердевает.

The heat was insufferable. - Стояла невыносимая жара. / Жара была невыносимой.

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Фразовые глаголы:

Связанные термины:

heat up: When you heat something up, especially food which has already been cooked and allowed to go cold, you make it hot .

on heat: (of some female mammals) sexually receptive

dead heat: If a race or contest is a dead heat, two or more competitors are joint winners, or are both winning at a particular moment in the race or contest. In American English, you can say that a race or contest is in a dead heat .

heat haze: a phenomenon that occurs in hot weather in which distant objects are indistinct or appear to shimmer because slight differences in air temperature affect the transmission of light

heat lamp: a lamp fitted with an infrared bulb to supply heat esp. as part of physical therapy

heat loss: the loss of heat from something such as a building

heat map: a graphical representation of data in which a spectrum of colours is used to represent the different values

heat pipe: a thin, sealed metal tube that efficiently transfers heat without a pump, using a fluid that vaporizes at the hot end, condenses as it reaches the cooler end, and returns to the hot end by capillary action through a wick or along tiny grooves in the wall

heat pump: a device, as used in a refrigerator, for extracting heat from a source and delivering it elsewhere at a much higher temperature

heat rash: → miliaria

heat sink: a metal plate specially designed to conduct and radiate heat from an electrical component

heat wave: unusually hot weather, resulting from a slowly moving air mass of relatively high temperature

red heat: the temperature at which a substance is red-hot

the heat: the police

animal heat: heat produced in the body of an animal by chemical changes that occur when food is assimilated

atomic heat: the product of an element's atomic weight and its specific heat ( capacity )

black heat: heat emitted by an electric element made from low-resistance thick wire that does not glow red

blood heat: Blood heat is a temperature of 37°C, which is about the same as the normal temperature of the human body.

bottom heat: heat artificially applied to a container in which plants are grown in order to induce their germination, rooting, or growth

heat cramp: a cramp or muscular spasm caused by loss of water and salt following prolonged exertion in hot weather

heat death: the condition of any closed system when its total entropy is a maximum and it has no available energy. If the universe is a closed system, it should eventually reach this state

heat engine: an engine that converts heat energy into mechanical energy

heat island: the mass of air over a large city, characteristically having a slightly higher average temperature than that of the surrounding air

heat shield: a coating or barrier for shielding from excessive heat, such as that experienced by a spacecraft on re-entry into the earth's atmosphere

heat source: an object that produces or radiates heat

heat stroke: Heat stroke is the same as → sunstroke .

heat-treat: to apply heat to (a metal or alloy ) in one or more temperature cycles to give it desirable properties

latent heat: the heat evolved or absorbed by unit mass ( specific latent heat ) or unit amount of substance ( molar latent heat ) when it changes phase without change of temperature

steam heat: heat provided by steam

total heat: a thermodynamic property of a system equal to the sum of its internal energy and the product of its pressure and volume

white heat: intense heat or a very high temperature, characterized by emission of white light

heat barrier: → thermal barrier

heat capacity: the heat required to raise the temperature of a substance by unit temperature interval under specified conditions, usually measured in joules per kelvin . Symbol : C p (for constant pressure ) or C v (for constant volume )

heat constant: a quantity that is considered invariable throughout a series of calculations relating to the heat of bodies

heat content: a thermodynamic property of a system equal to the sum of its internal energy and the product of its pressure and volume

heat-seeking: (of a detecting device ) able to detect sources of infrared radiation

heat transfer: Heat transfer is the movement of heat from one substance or material to another.

prickly heat: Prickly heat is a condition caused by very hot weather, in which your skin becomes hot, uncomfortable, and covered with tiny bumps .

radiant heat: heat transferred in the form of electromagnetic radiation rather than by conduction or convection ; infrared radiation

residual heat: heat that remains or lingers after something has been hot or heated up

sensible heat: Sensible heat is heat which is exchanged in an energy generation system, and which only affects the temperature of one or more substances.

specific heat: the number of calories needed to raise the temperature of one gram of a given substance 1° C

heat-conducting: able to conduct heat or whose function is to conduct heat

heat-conduction: the transfer of thermal energy between molecules

heat conductor: a material or device that conducts heat

heat efficiency: the ratio of the work done by a heat engine to the energy supplied to it

heat exchanger: a device for transferring heat from one fluid to another without allowing them to mix

heat exhaustion: a condition resulting from exposure to intense heat, characterized by dizziness, abdominal cramp, and prostration

heat lightning: flashes of light seen near the horizon, esp on hot evenings : reflections of more distant lightning

heat-resistant: able to resist and remain unaffected by heat

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Однокоренные слова:

heat up - нагревать, подогревать, повышать, увеличивать

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