Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Heat"

The meaning of "Heat" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does i heat you mean?
A: You must be talking about “I hit you “
Q: What does the heat's on mean?
A: The environment has become stressful. (or, literally, the heating system in the house has been turned on.)
Q: What does If you can't take the heat, get out of the kitchen. mean?
A: if you can't handle the pressure of the situation then leave. :)
Q: What does I can't heat you. You're breaking up. mean?
A: It means the connection of the call isn’t working and it’s difficult to hear the other person on the phone.
Q: What does it's a dead heat mean?
A: It's a draw, there is no clear winner. Think of a car race where the drivers are both winning.

Example sentences using "Heat"

Q: Please show me example sentences with The heat is on .
A: @banansok

Here are some examples...


"The heat is on so be careful"

"The heat is on in the basketball game"

"The heat is on so don't touch"

Those are some sentences that I could think of
Q: Please show me example sentences with heat , i don't know how to use it , it's a adjetive or it's a verb .
A: heat can be either a noun or a verb.

Verb: "I will heat up some food."

Noun: "The heat outside makes me sweat"
Q: Please show me example sentences with survive the heat .
A: The only way to survive the heat is with air-conditioning. We drank water and used fans to try to survive the heat.
Q: Please show me example sentences with heat.
A: 1. The heat in Death Valley is unbearable.
2. Heat the oven up to 400° Fahrenheit.
3. (Slang) The heat--the police--responded to a gang fight.
Q: Please show me example sentences with take the heat off.
A: Take sounds a little weird. I'd recommend using turn the heat off instead.
Ex: It's so hot in the house, you should turn the heat off.
Do these people ever turn the heat off? I'm sweating.

Synonyms of "Heat" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between heat something up and heat up something ?
A: There is no difference at all. Just two ways of saying the same thing.
Personally, I prefer the first version.
Q: What is the difference between The heat is unbearable. and The heat is intolerable. ?
A: There is no great difference between the two sentences as 'unbearable' and 'intolerable' are synonyms which can be used in place of each other.
Q: What is the difference between heat and hot ?
A: "Hot" es "caliente" un adjetivo
"Heat" es "calor" un sustantivo o un verbo

• The fire is hot (adjetivo)
• The fire heats the room (verbo)
• The heat is too much (sustantivo)
Q: What is the difference between heat and hot ?
A: heat = sustantivo = calor
There is a lot of heat today.

hot = adjectivo = caliente
It's very hot today.
Q: What is the difference between heat it and heat it up ?
A: They are the same. I think "heat it up" is more common.

"It's already cooked, you just have to heat it up"
"Don't heat it! Eat it cold"

Translations of "Heat"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? heat
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Q: How do you say this in English (US)? To heat up
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Q: How do you say this in English (US)? 把室温调高/低一点。(heat up/down the room?)
A: Turn the temperature up a bit.
Turn the temperature down a bit.
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? 我最近上火很严重(上火=internal heat?)
A: The best would be to say that your body feels out of balance or your body feels just a little bit uncomfortable. This would be easiest for native english speakers to understand. Excessive internal heat in a native English speaker's mind might entail a lot of things you don't necessarily mean.

Other questions about "Heat"

Q: heat it 300 celsius hot. Does this sound natural?
A: Heat it to 300 degrees celsius.
Q: the heat is on too low, can you make it any stronger? Does this sound natural?
A: "The heat is too low. Can you turn it up?"
Or you can change the wording to: "It is too cold. Can you turn up the heat?"
Q: Please adjust the heat with this control.
or
Please adjust the fire with this control. Does this sound natural?
A: The first one is good but its called a 'controller'
Q: I think she has slight heat stroke😥 Does this sound natural?
A: @sweetnaomi: Heat stroke isn't really something people say they have a little bit of.

Maybe say 'I think she might have heat stroke' or just 'I think she got too much sun'.
Q: Please heat to the boiling point. And then throw vegetables into a saucepan. Does this sound natural?
A: "Please heat to boiling point. Then throw the vegetable into a saucepan."

「boiling point」全般的なことだから、定冠詞の「the」が必要じゃないです。でも次の文章に、「the」を使うべきです ("the vegetables").

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