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adjective warm pronunciation in British English /wɔː(r)m/ 
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adjectivewarm
comparativewarmer
superlativewarmest
  1. 1
    fairly hot in a way that is comfortable and pleasant

    It was warm enough for us to sit outside.

    I walked fast to keep warm.

    These plants grow well in warmer climates.

    His skin was warm to the touch.

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    1. a.
    2. b.

      the warm

      a warm place

      You'll feel better when you're in the warm.

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  2. 2
    kind and friendly in a way that makes other people feel comfortable

    a warm smile

    warm welcome:

    The hotel extends a warm welcome to overseas guests.

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  3. 3
    warm colours have red, orange, or yellow in them. Colours with blue or green in them are called cool colours

    We chose paint in warm shades of brown and burgundy.

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