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How Do You Spell HEAT?

Correct spelling for the English word "heat" is [h_ˈiː_t], [hˈiːt], [hˈiːt]] (IPA phonetic alphabet).

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Common Misspellings for HEAT

Below is the list of 474 misspellings for the word "heat".

Similar spelling words for HEAT

Plural form of HEAT is HEATS

Definition of HEAT

  1. h[=e]t, n. that which excites the sensation of warmth: sensation of warmth: a heating: exposure to intense heat: a warm temperature: the warmest period, as the heat of the day: indication of warmth, flush, redness: vehemence, passion; sexual excitement, or its period, esp. of the female, corresponding to rut in the male: a single course in a race: animation.--v.t. to make hot: to agitate.--v.i. to become hot:--pr.p. heat'ing; pa.p. heat'ed.--n. HEAT'-AP'OPLEXY, sunstroke.--p.adj. HEAT'ED.--ns. HEAT'-EN'GINE, an engine which transforms heat into mechanical work; HEAT'ER, one who, or that which, heats: a piece of cast-iron heated and then placed in a hollow flat-iron, &c.--adjs. HEAT'ER-SHAPED, triangular, like the common heater; HEAT'ING, causing or imparting heat.--ns. HEAT'-SPOT, a spot on the surface of the body where a sensation of heat is felt; HEAT'-[=U]'NIT, amount of heat required to raise a pound of water one degree.--LATENT HEAT, the quantity of heat absorbed when bodies pass from the solid into the liquid, or from the liquid into the gaseous, state; MECHANICAL EQUIVALENT OF HEAT, the relation between heat and work--viz. the amount of molecular energy required to produce one heat-unit; SPECIFIC HEAT, the number of heat-units necessary to raise the unit of mass of a given substance one degree in temperature. [A.S. h['æ]to, heat, hát, hot; Ger. hitze.]

Anagrams of HEAT

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Usage Examples for HEAT

  1. There are places that have rain enough, but very little heat. - "Home Geography For Primary Grades" by C. C. Long
  2. Dissolve the butter in a saucepan, then place in the onions sliced, and stand the pan over a gentle heat, shaking frequently. - "New Vegetarian Dishes" by Mrs. Bowdich
  3. Captain Essington died of a sudden heat, having eaten his dinner at the table. - "A General History and Collection of Voyages and Travels, Vol. VIII." by Robert Kerr
  4. Or was the heat too great? - "The Bars of Iron" by Ethel May Dell
  5. That is the way that the sunshine told him that black would take in heat more quickly than white. - "Stories of Great Americans for Little Americans" by Edward Eggleston

What does heat stand for?

Abbreviation HEAT means:

  1. Housing Education And Training
  2. Hawkeye Elite Athletic Training

Conjugate verb Heat

CONDITIONAL PERFECT

I would have heated
you would have heated
he/she/it would have heated
we would have heated
they would have heated
I would have heat
you would have heat
he/she/it would have heat
we would have heat
they would have heat

CONDITIONAL PERFECT PROGRESSIVE

I would have been heating
you would have been heating
he/she/it would have been heating
we would have been heating
they would have been heating

CONDITIONAL PRESENT

I would heat
you would heat
he/she/it would heat
we would heat
they would heat

CONDITIONAL PRESENT PROGRESSIVE

I would be heating
you would be heating
he/she/it would be heating
we would be heating
they would be heating

FUTURE

I will heat
you will heat
he/she/it will heat
we will heat
they will heat

FUTURE CONTINUOUS

I will be heating
you will be heating
he/she/it will be heating
we will be heating
they will be heating

FUTURE PERFECT

I will have heated
you will have heated
he/she/it will have heated
we will have heated
they will have heated

FUTURE PERFECT CONTINUOUS

I will have been heating
you will have been heating
he/she/it will have been heating
we will have been heating
they will have been heating

IMPERATIVE

you heat
we let´s heat

NONFINITE VERB FORMS

to heat

PAST CONTINUOUS

I was heating
you were heating
he/she/it was heating
we were heating
they were heating

PAST PARTICIPLE

heated

PAST PERFECT

I had heated
you had heated
he/she/it had heated
we had heated
they had heated

PAST PERFECT CONTINUOUS

I had been heating
you had been heating
he/she/it had been heating
we had been heating
they had been heating

PRESENT

I heat
you heat
he/she/it heats
we heat
they heat

PRESENT CONTINUOUS

I am heating
you are heating
he/she/it is heating
we are heating
they are heating

PRESENT PARTICIPLE

heating

PRESENT PERFECT

I have heated
you have heated
he/she/it has heated
we have heated
they have heated

PRESENT PERFECT CONTINUOUS

I have been heating
you have been heating
he/she/it has been heating
we have been heating
they have been heating

PRESENT SUBJUNCTIVE

he/she/it heat

SIMPLE PAST

I heated
you heated
he/she/it heated
we heated
they heated
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