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heated

Pronunciation: /ˈhiːtəd; ˈhiːtɪd/

Translation of heated in Spanish:

adjective/adjetivo

  • 1.1 (warmed) [pool] climatizado; [seat/rear window] térmico
    Example sentences
    • Faster-than-fast oriental food is on offer here with all the popular dishes keeping warm under heated lights.
    • Among many other features including a heated seat and warm air dryer, it uses fuzzy logic to establish your pattern of use.
    • Imagine stepping out of the shower onto a warm custom heated floor.
    1.2 (impassioned) [argument/controversy] acalorado to get heated acalorarse
    Example sentences
    • Everywhere you go, you hear people of either side joined in animated discussion or heated argument on this issue.
    • She repeatedly demonstrates that they are spiritually damning as the evils of heated passion often are not.
    • During the passionate and often heated debate councillors stressed the increase was a result of recommendations made by an independent panel.

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