from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. A system that raises the temperature of a room or building. Confer heater.
- adj. Causing heat.
- v. Present participle of heat.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. That heats or imparts heat; promoting warmth or heat; exciting action; stimulating.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Promoting warmth or heat; having the quality of imparting heat; stimulating: as, a heating medicine or diet.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. the process of becoming warmer; a rising temperature
- n. utility to warm a building
Those of you planning to rent at Lake Chapala should make sure heating is adequate in any house you rent and also check for ceiling fans and adequate fresh air ventilation.
The man who tried to claim for two second homes simultaneously and also claimed for £6000 in heating oil?
The EIA forecast a 4 percent increase in heating bills for households using natural gas, which translates to about $27 more for the winter.
The charred foam on the aft dome of the LH2 tank is caused by radiant heating from the SRBs as well as plume recirculation from the SSMEs.
All that CO2 produced in heating that furnace up to several hundred degrees counts as waste too, not to count all that work into purifying the metals you want to make into an aerosol.
Another sign of over-heating is a dog's tongue hanging out of the side of his/her mouth!
Our current use of fossil fuels commit the world to around 2°C average temperature rise during this century, and, unless urgent and drastic cuts are made, further heating is likely to trigger any of a number of climate change tipping points.
If you saved $250 a year in heating and cooling costs, it would take 40 years or more to regain the investment.
Plus, most ice melting happens as a result of convection from warm water, not radiant heating from the sun.
He says previous climate records show a long-term heating can include intervals - perhaps decades or more - of cooling as well.