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Meaning of “heating” - Learner’s Dictionary

heating

noun [U]   /ˈhiːtɪŋ/ UK ( US heat)
A2 the system that keeps a building warm →  See also central heating Hot and heatSultriness and humidity
Translations of “heating”
in Korean 난방시스템…
in Arabic تَدْفِئة…
in Portuguese aquecimento, calefação…
in Catalan calefacció…
in Japanese 暖房…
in Italian riscaldamento…
in Chinese (Traditional) 供暖系統,暖氣設備…
in Russian отопление…
in Turkish ısıtma, ısınma, ısıtma sistemi/aracı…
in Chinese (Simplified) 供暖系统,暖气设备…
in Polish ogrzewanie…
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