- adj. 温暖的；暖和的；热情的
- v. 变暖；使暖和
- n. 温暖的空气
- 暖和的,温暖的 a little hot
- 热情的,热心的 friendly and kind
- 令人愉快的,亲切的 giving a pleasant feeling of cheerfulness or friendliness
- vt. & vi. (使) 变暖; (使)变热; 被加热; 暖和起来 (cause to) become warm or warmer
having or producing a comfortable and agreeable degree of heat or imparting or maintaining heat;
"a warm body"
"a warm room"
"a warm climate"
"a warm coat"
psychologically warm; friendly and responsive;
"a warm greeting"
"a warm personality"
(color) inducing the impression of warmth; used especially of reds and oranges and yellows;
"warm reds and yellows and orange"
having or displaying warmth or affection;
"a fond embrace"
"fond of his nephew"
"a tender glance"
"a warm embrace"
freshly made or left;
"a warm trail"
"the scent is warm"
easily aroused or excited;
"a quick temper"
"a warm temper"
characterized by strong enthusiasm;
characterized by liveliness or excitement or disagreement;
"a warm debate"
uncomfortable because of possible danger or trouble;
"made things warm for the bookies"
of a seeker; near to the object sought;
"you're getting warm"
"hot on the trail"
in a warm manner;
get warm or warmer;
"The soup warmed slowly on the stove"
make warm or warmer;
"The blanket will warm you"
- It's a nice and warm today.
- Take your coat off. It's warm in the room.
- He was pleased with their warm welcome.
- The weather has warmed up.
- Your feet will soon warm up once you get indoors.
- Come out of the cold street into the warm.
- The doctor has forbidden warm coffee to her.
- You feed in the money here and the warm coffee comes out there.
- She submerged her hands in warm water.
- Put your warmest clothes on before you go out in the snow.
- A rich, warm, mellow soil is favorable for the growth of cabbage.
- This warm weather is exceptional for January here in Beijing.
- The warm weather tempted us into going for a swim.
- In warm climates human beings mature more rapidly than in cold climates.
- It was a warm, quiet, drowsy spring afternoon.
- Red, yellow and orange are called warm colours.
- Sawing logs is warm work.
- They are warm friends.
- He has a warm heart.
- They received a warm welcome.
- Please accept my warmest congratulations.
- This statement met with warm reception from people all over the world.
- You should follow up your letter with a warm call.
- The pillow was still warm.
- The room is warm now, but he is still trembling.
- You will be warm enough if you move about .
- Come and get warm by the fire.
- The dispute grew warm.
- You are getting warm.
- When I go for a walk in cold weather,I like to step out to keep warm.
- He stuffed some old newspapers down the legs of the trousers to keep warm in the bitter wind.
- The sun shone bright and warm.
- I hope the soup will stay warm till they come.
- He was warm from running.
- They were warm in reception.
- They grew warm over a debate.
- She is warm with the love of mankind.
- John was warm with wine.
- Come near the fire and have a warm.
- The milk is warming on the stove.
- My heart warmed at these words.
- Come and warm yourself.
- He warmed himself with the potato soup.
- The fire soon warmed the room.
- The sun warms the earth, which makes it possible for plants to grow.
- He warmed his feet before the fire.
- He tossed his coat on a chair and warmed his hands at a radiator.
- The sight of the happy children warmed his heart.
- His words warmed my heart.
- Their rooms are well warmed.
- warm over (v.+adv.)
使复活,重新使用 revive; reuse
warm sth ⇔ over
He's just warming over ideas he's heard from other people.
His illustrative examples are almost invariably warmed over from other writings.
- warm to (v.+prep.)
对…更加起劲 become more lively or enthusiastic about
warm sb/sth to sth
This running warmed me to a certain extent.
It should first be warmed to 120℃.
先得把它加热到120摄氏度。warm to sb/sth
My heart warms to him.
At first he seemed a little strange, but recently I've been warming to him more.
Sensing the interest of the audience, the speaker warmed to his topic.
As he warmed to his subject, he infected his listeners with his own excitement.
- warm up (v.+adv.)
The room is warming up now, but it was very cold at first.
The milk has warmed up.
This room takes a long time to warm up in the winter.
How long should the engine warm up before we start?
You'll soon warm up when you've walked for a little way,
你走一小段路之后很快就会暖和起来。warm sb/sth ⇔ up
If you are feeling cold, have a hot drink to warm you up.
Please warm up this milk over the stove.
Let me warm up the soup for you, it won't take a minute.
He warmed up as he expounded his views.
They warmed up when I told them the good news.
我把好消息告诉他们时,他们很兴奋。warm sb/sth ⇔ up
A little wine would warm you up.
Let's warm up this party with a little action!
Please get ready to warm up and take off.
Let's do some exercises to warm up a bit.
All the players spend some minutes warming up before the game.
The singers are warming up before the concert.
Let's sing a few exercises first to warm up.
I heard them singing in the next room. They were warming up.
我听见他们在隔壁屋里唱,他们已经在做准备了。warm sb/sth ⇔ up
This is a good exercise for warming you up.
Have you all warmed up your instruments?
A pitcher must always throw several practice balls in order to get warmed up before starting a game.
比赛开始前,投球手总得先投几球作为准备动作。warm sth ⇔ up
They think that by warming up the old plan, everyone will think it's a new idea.
- warm up to (v.+adv.+prep.)
对…变得较有好感,对…感到较易接受 become friendlier or more receptive to
warm up to sth
No matter how hard he tried, he just couldn't warm up to that proposal.
When he finally warmed up to his subject, his lecture became very interesting.
- too warm 太热(情)
- warm appreciably 明显地暖和起来
- warm dangerously 危险地变热
- warm disastrously 灾难性地变热
- warm habitually 惯常地变热
- warm immediately 立即变热
- warm reasonably 合理地变热
- warm unexpectedly 意外地变热
- warm over 使复活,重新使用
- warm up 使热,使更热些,变热,变得更热些
- warm up to 对…变得较有好感,对…感到较易接受
- warm to 对…更加起劲
A warm hollow in the sandhills where the wind did not come.出自： D. H. Lawrence
The day, although early, was already warm.出自： M. Hocking
She sat close to the window so that the morning sunlight would warm her.出自： G. Vidal
Warming her bottom in front of the fire.出自： M. Keane
- warm的基本意思是“暖和的,温暖的”,指不太高的温度,有“不寒冷”之义; 表示感情时指“热情的,热心的”,有安慰鼓励之义。表示感受时则指“令人愉快的,亲切的”。
- warm用作动词时基本意思是“(使) 变暖”“暖和起来”,引申可表示“(使)变热”“被加热”等。
- warm, hot
- 这两个词都有“热”“暖”的意思,其差别是:warm指不太高的温度,语气比hot弱,强调“暖”; hot则指很高的温度,强调“热”。例如:
- The weather is getting warmer and warmer.天气渐渐暖和起来了。
误 The room will be warmed up soon.
正 The room will warm up soon.
析 warm up表示“暖和起来”,是不及物动词短语,应该用于主动语态,而不用于被动语态。
- ☆ 直接源自古英语的wearm；最初源自原始日尔曼语的warmaz，意为使温暖。