She would have a warm room to study inSoak the couscous in warm water for 15 minutesThe water is warm and unpollutedCassie was revived with some warm milk and biscuitsMake sure your hands are nice and warmThe smoke drifts steadily upwards in the still, warm airThe warm air was heavy with the scent of sageWhen the beef is cooked, remove it and keep in a warm placeI came to Spain for the warm weathera period of warm weathersow the seed in a warm place
to be warm[+person]tener calor
I'm warm with my new jacket onI'm too warm - I'll turn off the gas firedo you think she's warm enough with just a blanket?I'm too warm
it's very warm todayhace calor hoy
to get warm[+person]entrar en calor;[+object, surface]calentarse
he started jumping to get warmempezó a saltar para entrar en calor;come and get warmven a calentarte;it's getting warmer[+weather]ya empieza a hacer más calor
Use extra layers of clothing to help you get warm more quicklywe soon got warm once we started walkingwait until the iron gets warmshe noticed that the sides of the machine were getting warmThe most important factor determining how warm the Earth gets is the amount of sun shining directly on landit soon got warm once the sun had risenit will get warmer this afternoon
to be getting warm(in guessing game)ir acercándose a la respuesta;you're getting warm(er)!¡caliente, caliente!
You're not even warm - I'll give you a hint'He could be the grandson of Winston Churchill - Am I getting warm?'
to keep sb warmmantener caliente a algn;mantener a algn abrigado
Cover her with a blanket to keep her warmAfter such an accident, the patient will be in shock. Keep him warn and reassure by remaining calmWe curled up in our sleeping bags and kept each other warm with body heat
to keep (o.s.) warmmantenerse abrigado
Never wear damp clothing, and try to keep warmKeep warm by jumping up and downIt is very important for old people to keep themselves warmLook, you sit by the fire and keep yourself warm
wear thick gloves to keep your hands warmusa guantes gruesos para mantener las manos calientes;keep the sauce warmmantén la salsa caliente
Turn off the heat and keep the sauce warm over the hot water
to be as warm as toastestar bien calentito (informal)
He sat as warm as toast in front of the fire
2(thick)[+clothes]de abrigo;abrigado; (S. Cone)
He broadcast another appeal for warm clothing for soldiers on the eastern frontShe wrapped her son in warm blankets and fled
take something warm to put onllévate algo de abrigo or abrigado para ponerte;this blanket's nice and warmesta manta es muy calentita
3(cosy, homely)[+colour, shade, sound]cálido
More warm colours have been introduced with rich red sofas and rugsThe warm colour scheme continues in the master bedroomSaffron is a deliciously warm autumn shadethe radio was playing a jazz record with/ a warm, mellow sound/
The people are warm, kind, helpful and great funShe had a pretty, intelligent face and a warm smileShe gave the child a warm smileThe woman's voice was deep and warm, like her mother'sHe wanted to stay with her, to hear that warm, sorrowful voiceshe was a warm and loving personBefore the summit began, the two leaders had posed for photographers, exchanging warm greetings
the two leaders exchanged warm greetingslos dos líderes intercambiaron cordiales saludos;her speech was received with warm applausesu discurso fue recibido con un caluroso aplauso
warmest congratulations to ...la más cordial or sincera enhorabuena a ...
Warmest congratulations to Britain's show jumping team
warmest thanks to ...mi/nuestro más sincero agradecimiento a ...
Warmest thanks to all these companies for their contributions
to give sb a warm welcomedar a algn una cordial or calurosa bienvenida
He was given a warm welcomelet's give a warm welcome to Mr Tom Jones!
with warmest wishes(in letter)con mis/nuestros mejores deseos
With warmest wishes and heartfelt gratitude. Yours sincerely Sue Ryder
1(heat)[+one's hands, feet]calentarse
I warmed my hands on the radiatorme calenté las manos en el radiador;to warm o.s.calentarse
Come and warm yourself in front of the fire...the strong sunshine, warming their bodies through all their clothes.