heats

[hits]

heats Definition

  • 1plural form of heat, meaning the quality of being hot; high temperature.
  • 2third person singular present tense of heat, meaning to make or become hot or warm.

Using heats: Examples

Take a moment to familiarize yourself with how "heats" can be used in various situations through the following examples!

  • Example

    The heats of summer can be unbearable in this region.

  • Example

    She heats up the milk before adding it to the mixture.

  • Example

    The competition heats up as we approach the finals.

  • Example

    He heats with anger every time he thinks about the incident.

  • Example

    The sun heats the earth's surface during the day.

heats Synonyms and Antonyms

Phrases with heats

  • to accept the blame or punishment for something

    Example

    He took the heat for his team's loss.

  • a situation when people do not think clearly because they are angry or excited

    Example

    I said some things I didn't mean in the heat of the moment.

  • a prolonged period of excessively hot weather

    Example

    The city experienced a heat wave last summer.

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Summary: heats in Brief

The term 'heats' [hits] has two meanings: as a noun, it refers to the quality of being hot or high temperature, while as a verb, it means to make or become hot or warm. It can describe physical sensations like the heats of summer or the warmth of milk, or emotional states like the heat of anger or excitement. Common phrases include 'take the heat,' meaning to accept blame or punishment, 'heat of the moment,' referring to impulsive behavior, and 'heat wave,' describing a prolonged period of hot weather.