HyperDic: calentar

Español > 10 sentidos de la palabra calentar:
VERBOchangecalentar, acalorarse, caldeargain heat or get hot
changecalentar, caldearmake hot or hotter
possessioncalentar, caldearprovide with heat / heat / heat
changecalentarmake warm or warmer
changecalentar, calentarseget warm or warmer
emotioncalentar, despertar, determinar el sexo, emocionar, encender, excitarse, excitar, prender, suscitarstimulate sexually
emotioncalentar, encender, inflamararouse or excite feelings and passions
bodycalentarmake one's body limber or suppler by stretching, as if to prepare for strenuous physical activity
socialcalentarrun until the normal working temperature is reached / reached
changecalentarmake more intense
Español > calentar: 10 sentidos > verbo 1, change
Sentidogain heat or get hot.
Sinónimosacalorarse, caldear
Causado porcaldear, calentarmake hot or hotter
Implicado porcalcinarse, carbonizarse, carbonizarTurn into carbon, as by burning
fusionarBecome plastic or fluid or liquefied from heat
Específicofreírse, quemarseBe excessively hot
recalentarseGet excessively and undesirably hot
Generalconvertirse, girar, rotar, transformarseUndergo a transformation or a change of position or action
Contrarioenfriarse, enfriar, refrescarLoose heat
Inglésheat, hot up, heat up
Catalánacalorar-se, caldejar, calfar, escalfar
Nombresardor, calorThe sensation caused by heat energy
caldeamiento, caldeo, calentamientoThe process of becoming warmer
calefacción, caloríferoutility to warm / warm a building
calorThe presence of heat
calor, energía caloríficaA form of energy that is transferred by a difference in temperature
Español > calentar: 10 sentidos > verbo 2, change
Sentidomake hot or hotter.
Sinónimocaldear
Causa deacalorarse, caldear, calentargain heat or get hot
Implicado pordesempañarFree from mist
fundirextract (metals) by heating
plancharPress and smooth with a heated iron
Específicoabrasar, chamuscarmake very hot and dry
calcinarheat a substance so that it oxidizes or reduces
escaldarheat to the boiling point
precalentarheat beforehand
recalentar, sobrecalentarmake excessively or undesirably hot
recalentarheat again
tostarmake brown and crisp by heating
Generalalterar, cambiar, modificar, mudar, retocar, transformar, variarCause to change
Contrariocongelarse, congelar, enfriarse, enfriar, refrescar, refrigerarmake cool or cooler
Inglésheat, heat up
Cataláncaldejar, calentar, calfar, escalfar
Nombresardor, calorThe sensation caused by heat energy
calefactor, calentadordevice that heats / heats water or supplies warmth to a room
calorThe presence of heat
calor, energía caloríficaA form of energy that is transferred by a difference in temperature
Español > calentar: 10 sentidos > verbo 3, possession
SentidoProvide with heat / heat / heat.
Sinónimocaldear
Generalabastecer, aportar, aprovisionar, dotar, entregar, facilitar, proporcionar, proveer, suministrar, suplir, surtirGive something useful or necessary to
Inglésheat
Cataláncaldejar, calfar, escalfar
Nombresardor, calorThe sensation caused by heat energy
calefacción, caloríferoutility to warm / warm a building
calefactor, calentadordevice that heats / heats water or supplies warmth to a room
calorThe presence of heat
calor, energía caloríficaA form of energy that is transferred by a difference in temperature
Español > calentar: 10 sentidos > verbo 4, change
Sentidomake warm or warmer.
Específicoirritar, rozarwarm / warm by rubbing, as with the hands
Generalalterar, cambiar, modificar, mudar, retocar, transformar, variarCause to change
Ingléswarm
Cataláncaldejar-se, caldejar, calfar, escalfar-se, escalfar, rescalfar-se, rescalfar, temperar-se, temperar
Nombrescalefactor, calentadordevice that heats / heats water or supplies warmth to a room
Español > calentar: 10 sentidos > verbo 5, change
SentidoGet warm or warmer.
Sinónimocalentarse
Generalalterar, cambiar, sufrir un cambio, transformar, variarUndergo a change
Ingléswarm, warm up
Cataláncaldejar-se, caldejar, calfar, escalfar-se, escalfar, rescalfar-se, rescalfar, temperar-se, temperar
Nombrescaldeamiento, caldeo, calentamientoThe process of becoming warmer
Español > calentar: 10 sentidos > verbo 6, emotion
Sentidostimulate sexually.
Sinónimosdespertar, determinar el sexo, emocionar, encender, excitarse, excitar, prender, suscitar
Implicado porburlar, engañar, tomar el peloTo arouse hope, desire, or curiosity without satisfying them
Específicotentartry to seduce
Generalagitar, conmover, emocionar, estimular, excitar, incentivarStir the feelings, emotions, or peace of
Inglésarouse, sex, excite, turn on, wind up
Catalánanimar, deixondir, despertar, emocionar, excitar, suscitar
Nombresrelaciones sexuales, relación, sexoActivities associated with sexual intercourse
sexoAll of the feelings resulting from the urge to gratify sexual impulses
Español > calentar: 10 sentidos > verbo 7, emotion
SentidoArouse or excite feelings and passions.
Sinónimosencender, inflamar
Específicofermentarwork up into agitation or excitement / excitement
Generalcausar, despertar, estimular, evocar, excitar, incitar, provocar, suscitarCall forth (emotions, feelings, and responses)
Tambiéndespertar, palpar, provocar, tocaraffect emotionally
Inglésinflame, stir up, wake, ignite, heat, fire up
Adjetivoincendiario, instigador, sediciosoArousing to action or rebellion
Nombresacaloramiento, apasionamiento, ardor, exaltación, fervor, pasión, vehemenciaThe trait of being intensely emotional
Español > calentar: 10 sentidos > verbo 8, body
Sentidomake one's body limber or suppler by stretching, as if to prepare for strenuous physical activity.
Generalejercitarse, ejercitar, entrenar, trabajarDo physical exercise
Ingléslimber up, warm up, loosen up
Catalánescalfar
Nombrescalentamiento, precalentamientoExercising in preparation for strenuous activity
Español > calentar: 10 sentidos > verbo 9, social
SentidoRun until the normal working temperature is reached / reached.
Generaladministrar, gestionar, manejar, operardirect or control
Ingléswarm up
Español > calentar: 10 sentidos > verbo 10, change
Sentidomake more intense.
Generalintensificarmake more intense, stronger, or more marked
Inglésheat up, hot up, screw up
Catalánescalfar

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