US: /ˈwɔɹm/
UK: /wˈɔːm/

English Vietnamese dictionary

warm /wɔ:m/
  • tính từ
    • ấm; làm cho ấm
      • warm water: nước ấm
      • warm exercise: bài thể dục làm cho ấm người
      • warm clothes: quần áo ấm
    • (hội họa) ấm (màu sắc)
    • (thể dục,thể thao) còn nồng, chưa bay hết; còn mới, còn rõ (hơi, dấu vết của những con thú)
    • sôi nổi, nhiệt tình, nhiệt liệt
      • warm admirer: người hâm mộ nhiệt tình
      • warm controversy: cuộc tranh cãi sôi nổi
      • warm encouragement: sự động viên nhiệt tình
    • niềm nở, nồng hậu
      • a warm welcome: sự đón tiếp niềm nở
      • warm temperament: tính đa tình
    • nguy hiểm; hiểm yếu (vị trí, địa điểm)
      • a warm position: một vị trí nguy hiểm
      • one of the warmest corners on the battlefield: một trong những khu vực ác liệt nhất trên chiến trường
    • phong lưu (sống)
    • quen việc, ấm chỗ (công chức)
    • (thông tục) sắp tìm thấy, gần đúng (trò chơi trẻ con)
      • you are getting warm: cậu sắp thấy rồi đấy
    • warn language
      • (từ Mỹ,nghĩa Mỹ), (từ lóng) (như) warm words
    • warm words
      • lời nói nặng
    • warm work
      • công việc gay go nguy hiểm; cuộc xung đột gay go nguy hiểm
    • to make it (things) warm for somebody
      • làm mếch lòng ai, làm ai tự ái
  • danh từ
    • vật ấm, vật làm ấm (áo...)
    • sự sưởi ấm, sự làm cho nóng người
      • to have a warm: sưởi cho ấm, làm gì cho ấm người
  • ngoại động từ
    • làm cho nóng, hâm nóng, làm cho ấm
      • to warm water: đun nước cho nóng
      • to warm oneself: sưởi, phơi nắng cho ấm
    • (nghĩa bóng) làm tức giận, trêu tức
      • to warm someone: trêu tức ai
    • (nghĩa bóng) kích thích, làm sôi nổi, làm cho ấm (lòng...)
      • the sight of the children warms my heart: trông thấy những em nhỏ lòng tôi ấm lên
    • đánh, quất, vụt
      • to warm someone ['s jacket]: nện cho ai một trận
  • nội động từ
    • sưởi ấm
    • nổi nóng, phát cáu, phát tức
    • sổi nổi lên
    • to warm to
      • có thiện cảm với, mến (ai)
    • my heart warms to him: tôi cảm thấy mến anh ta
    • to warm up
      • làm cho nóng, làm cho ấm; hâm
    • (thể dục,thể thao) khởi động cho nóng người
    • trở nên nồng nhiệt, trở nên sôi nổi

Advanced English dictionary

adjective, verb, noun, adverb
+ adjective (warmer, warmest)
at pleasant temperature
1 at a fairly high temperature in a way that is pleasant, rather than being hot or cold: a warm breeze / climate + Wash the blouse in warm soapy water. + It's nice and warm in here. + Are you warm enough? + The children jumped up and down to keep warm. + You'll be as warm as toast in here. + Heat the bread until it is warm to the touch. + Wait for the warmer weather before putting the plants in the garden. + The sun felt warm on his skin. + I can't seem to get warm.
clothes / buildings
2 keeping you warm or staying warm in cold weather: a warm pair of socks + This sleeping bag is very warm. + a warm house
3 showing enthusiasm and/or affection; friendly: His smile was warm and friendly. + The speaker was given a warm welcome / reception. + Please send her my warmest congratulations. + Her comments were greeted with warm applause.
colours / sounds
4 creating a pleasant, comfortable and relaxed feeling or atmosphere: The room was decorated in warm shades of red and orange. + I heard his deep warm voice as I entered the room.
in game
5 [not before noun] used to say that sb has almost guessed the answer to sth or that they have almost found sb/sth that has been hidden: Keep guessing-you're getting warmer.
warmly adverb: They were warmly dressed in coats and scarves. + The play was warmly received by the critics.
See also - WARMTH
+ verb
make / become warm
1 ~ (sth/sb) (up) to make sth/sb warm or warmer; to become warm or warmer: [VN] I'll warm up some milk. + Come in and warm yourself by the fire. + The alcohol warmed and relaxed him. + [V] As the climate warms (up) the ice caps will melt.
become friendly
2 [V, VN] to become more friendly, loving, etc.; to make sb feel or become more friendly, loving, etc.
Idioms: warm the cockles (of sb's heart) (BrE) to make sb feel happy or sympathetic: Doesn't that story just warm the cockles of your heart?
more at DEATH
Phrasal Verbs: warm to / towards sb to begin to like sb: I warmed to her immediately.
warm to / towards sth to become more interested in or enthusiastic about sth: The speaker was now warming to her theme.
warm up
1 to prepare for physical exercise or a performance by doing gentle exercises or practice
related noun WARM-UP
2 (of a machine, an engine, etc.) to run for a short time in order to reach the temperature at which it will operate well
warm up
warm sb/sth<->up to become more lively or enthusiastic; to make sb/sth more lively or enthusiastic: The party soon warmed up.
warm sth<->up to heat previously cooked food again for eating
+ noun
place(the warm) [sing.] a place where the temperature is warm: Come inside into the warm.
+ adverb (comparative warmer, no superlative) (informal) in a way that makes you feel warm
Synonym: WARMLY
Wrap up warm before you go outside!

Thesaurus dictionary

1 heated, tepid, lukewarm, cosy, comfortable, not uncomfortable, balmy:
We chose a beautiful warm day for our picnic.
2 passionate, impassioned, excited, animated, fervent, fervid, spirited, lively, ardent, zealous, keen, eager, emotional, heated, intense, irritated, annoyed, vexed, angry, irate, furious, testy, short-tempered, touchy, quick-tempered, irascible, irritable, stormy, turbulent, vigorous, violent, Colloq worked up, hot under the collar, steamed up:
Charles occasionally became a bit warm on the subject of architecture. The debate grew warm as we joined in.
3 amiable, friendly, cordial, affable, pleasant, genial, cheerful, kindly, hospitable, hearty; affectionate, tender, mellow, loving, amorous:
After a warm greeting from our host, we went in to meet the other guests. Her generous gifts to charity revealed that she really has a warm heart.
4 ardent, enthusiastic, earnest, eager, sincere:
Our ideas for the new campaign met with warm approval from the client.
5 uncomfortable, awkward, unpleasant, strained, tense:
The people in this town tend to make things a bit warm for strangers.
6 Often, getting warm. close or near to making a discovery, about to make a discovery:
From her look as I approached the cabinet, I knew I was getting warm.
7 heat (up), warm up or over:
I warmed myself by the fire.
8 Often, warm to. become less antagonistic or hostile to or toward(s), become enthusiastic or supportive of, become excited or animated about or over, be attracted to or toward(s), like, feel affection for:
Martin never did warm to my idea of using the village notice-board for his message.
9 stir, move, please, delight, make (one or someone) feel good:
It warmed me to know that she had at last found someone to love.

Collocation dictionary

1 at a fairly high temperature


be, feel, look | get, grow
How can we get warm? She felt her face grow warm at his remarks.
| keep, stay
She tries to keep warm by sitting right next to the fire. The bread should stay warm for at least half an hour.
| keep sb/sth
These will keep your feet warm.
| serve sth
Bake for 15 minutes and serve warm with Greek yogurt.


exceptionally, extremely, particularly, really, very | almost
It was a mild day, almost warm.
| just
Add the soured cream and cook, stirring, until just warm.
| faintly, pretty, quite, reasonably, relatively, slightly | enough, sufficiently
Are you sure you'll be warm enough dressed like that?
| beautifully, blissfully, comfortably, deliciously, pleasantly, wonderfully
sliding further down into the blissfully warm bed
| uncomfortably
The room seemed uncomfortably warm.
| surprisingly | unseasonably, unusually
The night air was soft and unseasonably warm.


nice (and) warm
Come and have a nice warm drink by the fire. That jacket looks nice and warm.

2 friendly


be, sound | become


exceptionally, extremely, immensely, marvellously, really, very
an immensely warm and friendly person
| genuinely | surprisingly

Concise English dictionary

warms|warmed|warming|warmer|warmestwɔrm /wɔːm
+get warm or warmer
+make warm or warmer
+having or producing a comfortable and agreeable degree of heat or imparting or maintaining heat
+psychologically warm; friendly and responsive
+(color) inducing the impression of warmth; used especially of reds and oranges and yellows
+having or displaying warmth or affection
+freshly made or left
+easily aroused or excited
+characterized by strong enthusiasm
+characterized by liveliness or excitement or disagreement
+uncomfortable because of possible danger or trouble
+of a seeker; near to the object sought
+in a warm manner