warm

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UK:*UK and possibly other pronunciationsUK and possibly other pronunciations/ˈwɔːrm/US:USA pronunciation: IPA and respellingUSA pronuncation: IPA/wɔrm/ ,USA pronunciation: respelling(wôrm)


Inflections of 'warm' (adjadjective: Describes a noun or pronoun--for example, "a tall girl," "an interesting book," "a big house."):
warmer
adj comparative
warmest
adj superlative
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warm

Most examples are given in US English. We have labeled exceptions as UK.
adj
  1. warm [food, weather, air, body]
  2. is warm to the touch
  3. received a warm [welcome, reception]
  4. has a warm [personality, attitude]
  5. warm and [friendly, comfortable, cozy, inviting, welcoming]
  6. is too warm (for me)
  7. is [quite, too] warm
  8. nice and warm
  9. it's [nice and, very] warm in here
  10. [unseasonably, unusually] warm
  11. can expect warm weather [today, this week, tomorrow]
  12. was a warm [summer, winter]
  13. changes from warm to cool
  14. [give, send, pass on] my warm regards to
  15. [give] her my warmest regards
  16. [should be, best] served warm
v
  1. warm yourself [inside, by the fire]
  2. warming her [hands, fingers] (by the fire)
  3. warm up [inside]
  4. warm (up) the [food, leftovers]
  5. warm it (up) in the [oven, microwave]
  6. warm it (up) on the stove
  7. warm (up) over the fire
  8. warm it (right) through
  9. warm (it) to [room temperature, 100 degrees]
  10. warm before [serving, eating]
  11. warm to the [idea, concept] of
  12. I'm warming up to [the idea, her]
  13. warm up before [the game, exercising]
  14. warm him with your [words, actions]
  15. warms my [heart, soul] to [see, hear, think]
  16. warmed up the crowd [for, before]
n
  1. [get into, enjoy, stay in] the warm
  2. stay [in, at home in] the warm
  3. a cup of tea and a warm by the (open) fire
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