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heat

noun [S or U] (TEMPERATURE) 溫度     /hiːt/
the quality of being hot or warm, or the temperature of something 熱,高溫;熱度 the heat of the sun/fire 太陽/火的高溫 How do you manage to work in this heat without air conditioning? 在這種高溫且沒有空調的情況下你是如何得以工作的呢? She always wore a coat, even in the heat of summer. 她總是穿著外套,甚至在炎熱的夏天也不例外。 Cook the meat on a high/low heat (= at a high/low temperature). 用高溫/低溫來烹調肉。 Hot and heatSultriness and humidity
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