Definición de warm
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Family relationships are getting warmer and plans to work together should go well. The Sun (2016)This heartfelt series about friendship and family will leave you feeling warm and fuzzy inside. The Sun (2016)It would keep my ears warm in bed. The Sun (2016)Enjoy cold or serve warm with more hot custard. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Place the tray into the oven to warm. Times, Sunday Times (2016)The harder it is to present an elegant silhouette in clothes and to remain comfortable in warm weather. Times, Sunday Times (2016)And you know the advice that you should wear lots of layers to keep warm in cold weather? The Sun (2017)The sight of the Belgian centre back warming up in the tenth minute had brought appreciative applause. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Stick to using a warm, clean flannel instead. The Sun (2016)It will keep them warm and make them feel they've got something of their own to treasure. The Sun (2016)Dark blue appears cold if it is not combined with warming tones. Times, Sunday Times (2006)We wanted people to leave feeling warm and happy. Times, Sunday Times (2011)Keep it warm on the stove in case your meat has gone cold. The Sun (2013)Then it can be moved back to the warmer room. The Sun (2007)You feel warm and comfortable and drowsy. M.E. and You - a self-help plan (1988)That might do more to curb global warming and freak weather. The Sun (2014)Try a warm bath before going to bed. Coping with Stress at Work (1988)Why do you not have one that mixes hot and cold to make warm? Times, Sunday Times (2013)Studies have shown global warming makes nursing periods longer. The Sun (2015) Staying warm and dry at sea is a must. Times, Sunday Times (2013)The fine line between warm friendship and hot love could be crossed. The Sun (2007)With each inward breath feel your body warming as you draw in colours of red or orange. Repetitive Strain Injury (1994)The problem now is how to pay them without leaving home or getting warm. Times, Sunday Times (2006)Strain the sauce and place in a small saucepan over a low heat to keep warm. Times, Sunday Times (2010)This is the contrast between warm and cold colours. Improve Your Landscape PaintingYou can also choose to rest in bed after a warm treatment. Healthy By Nature (1994)Surely cuddling up is better for keeping warm? The Sun (2012)Set aside in a warm place to rest. Times, Sunday Times (2010)Warm as a clean hand and just faintly tangy. Times, Sunday Times (2011)This year is now on track to become the warmest on record across the globe. Times, Sunday Times (2014)Warm up with exercise and warm clothes before and after a swim. Times, Sunday Times (2014)That makes you feel warm towards its creator. Times, Sunday Times (2015)His breath was warm, his voice soft. Times, Sunday Times (2012)Worn on your top half, it reflects warm tones onto the face. Times, Sunday Times (2016)
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Traducciones de warm
Inglés británico: warm /wɔːm/ ADJECTIVE
Something that is warm has some heat but not enough to be hot.
It was warm during the day, but the nights were cold.
- Inglés americano: warm
- Árabe: دَافِئ
- Portugués brasileño: quente
- Chino: 温暖的
- Croata: topao
- Checo: teplý
- Danés: varm
- Holandés: warm
- Español europeo: templado
- Finlandés: lämmin
- Francés: chaud
- Alemán: warm
- Griego: ζεστός
- Italiano: tiepido
- Japonés: 暖かい
- Coreano: 따뜻한
- Noruego: varm
- Polaco: ciepły
- Portugués: quente
- Rumano: cald
- Ruso: теплый
- Español: templado
- Sueco: varm
- Tailandés: อุ่น
- Turco: ılık
- Ucraniano: теплий
- Vietnamita: ấm áp
Inglés británico: warm VERB
If you warm a part of your body or if something hot warms it, it stops feeling cold and starts to feel hotter.
The sun had come out to warm his back.
Definición de warm del Collins Diccionario inglés
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