Remained heat treatment ribbed steel bars for the reinforcement of concrete
Seamless stainless steel tubes for boiler and heat exchanger
Unit,symbol and conversion sectors of heat
Safety of household and similar electrical appliances--Particular requirements for electrical heat pumps,air-conditioners and dehumidifiers
Rubber insulated cables of rated voltages up to and including 450/750V-Part 3: Heat resistant silicone insulated cables
Rubber insulated cables of rated voltages up to and including 450/750V-Part 7: Heat resistant ethylene-vinyl acetate rubber insulated cables
Limit value of allowable continuous heat exposure time in hot environment
Heat sink of semiconductor devices--Heat sink,Staggered fingers shapes
Heat sink of semiconductor devices--Generic specification
Heat sink of semiconductor devices--Heat sink,extruded shapes
Requirements of damp-heat testing of electrical machine for service in general environmental condition
natural heat output
advanced menstruation due to blood-heat
1.A preliminary round in a race or contest.
‘winners of the regional _heats_ ’
‘First round _heats_ are scheduled for this morning and the finals of the three divisions on Sunday afternoon.’
2.A single operation of heating something, especially metal in a furnace.
‘about 100 tons is removed in each _heat_ ’
‘The weakest part of a weldment is the base metal affected by the _heat_ of welding.’
3.A source or level of heat for cooking.
‘remove from the _heat_ and beat in the butter’
‘Usually, food that was cooked over direct _heat_ from a burning substance, or one that was smoked, could contain carcinogenic material.’
4.A spicy quality in food that produces a burning sensation in the mouth.
‘chilli peppers add taste and _heat_ to food’
‘The two sources that appear via Google both suggest it is food noisy with _heat_ .’
5.Heat seen as a form of energy arising from the random motion of the molecules of bodies, which may be transferred by conduction, convection, or radiation.
‘This is because during the collision the meteor loses part of its kinetic energy as _heat_ radiation.’
‘Our results show that the conductive _heat_ transfer model and the convective plus radiative _heat_ transfer model best represent the data measured.’
6.Hot weather conditions.
‘the oppressive _heat_ was making both men sweat’
‘After breakfast we looked in at the National Parks Centre in Reeth and got some info on our route and a weather forecast of heavy _heat_ with possible thunderstorms and flash floods.’
7.Intensity of feeling, especially of anger or excitement.
‘conciliation services are designed to take the _heat_ out of disputes’
‘For he had felt a sudden change and then a rush of _heat_ as an incomprehensible anger had flowed through him.’
8.Intensive and unwelcome pressure or criticism, especially from the authorities.
‘a flurry of legal proceedings turned up the _heat_ in the dispute’
‘the _heat_ is on’
9.The amount of heat that is needed to cause a specific process or is evolved in such a process.
‘the _heat_ of formation’
‘ _Heat_ will then be absorbed in the process and the _heat_ of solution will be positive.’
10.The quality of being hot; high temperature.
‘the fierce _heat_ of the sun’
‘The building will also be sensitive to sun angles and _heat_ and cold retention.’
1.(of a person) become excited or impassioned.
‘he seemed to calm down as quickly as he had _heated_ up’
‘As I kept hitting shots and began to _heat_ up, the Celtics tried to mix it up a little.’
2.Become more intense and exciting.
‘the action really begins to _heat_ up’
‘Despite the icy cold introduction to the New Year, football fever is beginning to _heat_ up once again.’
‘this discourse had _heated_ them’
4.Make or become hot or warm.
‘the room faces north and is difficult to _heat_ ’
‘the pipes expand as they _heat_ up’
独上高台望四海 手揽云月傍天飞， 落叶重重已十月 归鸟凄凄啼心扉。