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bake to cook using dry heat at a medium oven temperature. Things such as bread, cookies, and pies are baked. [2/3 definitions]
blacksmith a person who forges and shapes iron. Blacksmiths soften the iron with heat and use hammers and anvils to form it into various items.
boil1 to heat to boiling. [1/5 definitions]
boiler a tank used to heat and store a supply of water.
broil1 to cook by direct heat. [1/2 definitions]
burn to hurt or damage by too much heat. [2/8 definitions]
burner the part of a furnace or stove that gives off heat or flame.
burn out to stop burning, or to stop functioning because of excessive friction or heat. [1/2 definitions]
cold without heat or warmth. [1/7 definitions]
compress a soft pad of cloth, used to put pressure, cold, heat, or medicine on some part of the body. [1/3 definitions]
conductor anything that carries or allows passage of heat, electricity, or sound. [1/3 definitions]
convection the movement or transfer of heat through a liquid or gas because of the natural rising of the heated parts and sinking of the cooled parts.
cook to prepare for eating by using heat. [1/4 definitions]
cool giving relief from heat. [1/9 definitions]
crease a fold or dent made by heat or pressure. [1/2 definitions]
dentine the bony material underneath the enamel of a tooth that forms the main part of the tooth. Dentine is sensitive to heat, cold, and touch.
diesel engine a type of engine that burns fuel oil. Diesel engines are different from most car engines, which use an electric spark to ignite the fuel. In a diesel engine, the fuel is sprayed into a chamber and set on fire by the heat of air that has been put under high pressure. Big trucks have diesel engines.
exposure the condition of being exposed to wind, cold, heat, rain, or other forces of nature. [1/6 definitions]
fire the heat, light, and flames produced by burning. [2/9 definitions]
fluorescent able to give off visible light after being exposed to a source of heat, light, or other form of energy.
focus the point at which rays of light or heat come together or from which they seem to move away. [1/6 definitions]