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Definition of “warm” - Learner’s Dictionary

warm

adjective     /wɔːm/
TEMPERATURE
A1 having a temperature between cool and hot: It's nice and warm in here. Are you warm enough? Make sure you keep warm.Warm
CLOTHES
A2 Warm clothes or covers keep your body warm: a warm sweaterPutting clothes on
FRIENDLY
B1 friendly and showing affection: a warm smile/welcomeFriendly
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