warmth Meaning in the Cambridge English Dictionary

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warmthnoun [U]

uk   us   /wɔːmθ/ /wɔːmθ/

warmth noun [U] (HEAT)

B2 a high ​temperature that is ​comfortable but not ​hot: I've put a ​T-shirt on under my ​sweater for ​extra warmth.
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warmth noun [U] (FEELING)

B2 a ​friendly and ​enthusiasticquality in someone or something: I still ​remember the warmth of ​theirwelcome.
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