Sinónimos de warm en inglés:

warm


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adjetivo

1‘Patsy was in the big, warm kitchen’

SINÓNIMOS
hot, warming
cosy, snug, comfortable, mellow
Britanico homely
coloquial comfy, toasty, snuggly
ANTÓNIMOS

cold, cool

2‘the first really warm day of spring’

SINÓNIMOS
balmy, summery, sultry, hot, mild, temperate, pleasant, agreeable
sunny, bright, fine
ANTÓNIMOS

cold, chilly

3‘a tumbler of warm water’

SINÓNIMOS
heated, tepid, lukewarm
chambré
ANTÓNIMOS

cold, chilled

4‘she dressed in jeans and a warm sweater’

SINÓNIMOS
thick, chunky, thermal, winter, woolly
ANTÓNIMOS

light, summery

5‘he gave her a warm smile’

SINÓNIMOS
friendly, comradely, affable, amiable, genial, cordial, kindly, kind, pleasant, sympathetic, affectionate, warm-hearted, good-natured, loving, tender, fond
welcoming, hospitable, liberal
caring, benevolent, benign, fatherly, motherly, paternal, maternal, comforting, charitable, solicitous
sincere, genuine, earnest, wholehearted, heartfelt, enthusiastic, eager, hearty
ANTÓNIMOS

unfriendly, hostile, cold

6‘they haven't found it yet, but they're getting warm’

SINÓNIMOS
close, near, about to make a discovery, on the brink of making a discovery
coloquial hot
ANTÓNIMOS

cold, distant


verbo

1‘she sat by the fire, warming her hands and feet’

SINÓNIMOS
heat, heat up, become warm, make warm, become hot, make hot, raise the temperature of, increase in temperature, thaw, thaw out, melt, take the chill off
reheat, cook
Norteamericano warm over
coloquial hot, hot up, zap
ANTÓNIMOS

cool, chill


Phrases

    warm to

    1‘everyone immediately warmed to him’


    SINÓNIMOS
    like, take to, get on with, get on well with, feel a fondness for, feel attracted to, feel well disposed towards, hit it off with, be on good terms with, feel sympathetic to
    ANTÓNIMOS

    dislike

    2‘he couldn't warm to the notion’


    SINÓNIMOS
    become enthusiastic about, become supportive of, become excited about, become excited over, become animated about, become animated over
    warm up

    ‘if you don't warm up first you can easily pull a muscle’


    SINÓNIMOS
    limber up, loosen up, stretch, work out, exercise, get into condition, get into shape, practise, prepare, get ready
    rehearse
    warm something up

    ‘on stage, Miles was warming up the crowd’


    SINÓNIMOS
    enliven, liven, liven up, stimulate, animate, rouse, put some life into, stir, stir up, move, excite, cheer up
    coloquial get going
    ANTÓNIMOS

    calm down