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Turkish translation of “warm”

warm

adjective
 
 
/wɔːm/
TEMPERATURE A1 having a temperature between cool and hot
ılık, hafif sıcak
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.
ısıtan, sıcak tutan
a warm sweaterPutting clothes on
FRIENDLY B1 friendly and showing affection
sıcak, candan, sevecen, içten
a warm smile/welcomeFriendly
(Definition of warm adjective from the Cambridge Learners Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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