high temperature; hotness
a state of excitement
preliminary contest, the winners of which take part in further contests or the final
make or become hot
cause to be excited; arouse
"the heating system wasn't working"
"they have radiant heating"
"the sun heats the oceans"
"heat the water on the stove"
"heat the house"
"The ostentatious way of living of the rich ignites the hatred of the poor"
"The refugees' fate stirred up compassion around the world"
"Wake old feelings of hatred"
"The room heated up quickly"
Liquors..evaporated by a gentle heat.
出自： A. Reid
He was being boiled alive in the smothering heat of the small..cell.
出自： B. Malamud
The fire starts burning but it's not giving off enough heat.
出自： W. Wharton
I'll just go and heat up the soup.
出自： B. Pym
Their flat was heated by a small, sooty stove.
出自： E. Feinstein
This engine heats up slowly.
The iron heats up under the sun.
The big room will not heat up easily.
The air heats up in the room after she turned on the air conditioner.
她打开空调后,屋里的空气热了起来。 heat sth ⇔ up
You'd better heat the tomato soup up.
He debated heating up the hot pot first before his friends came.
She heated up some water for a bath.
她烧热了一些水以便洗澡。 heat up
The hall will soon heat up once the crowd arrive.
The campaign has heated up in its final days.
运动在最后阶段已趋于白热化。 heat sth ⇔ up
That change heated up inflation.
That year Hitler heated up the aggressive war in Europe.