device that heats water or supplies warmth to a room
fastball, heater, smoke, hummer, bulletnoun
(baseball) a pitch thrown with maximum velocity
"he swung late on the fastball"; "he showed batters nothing but smoke"
A device that produces and radiates heat, typically to raise the temperature of a room or building.
Turn on the heater; I'm cold.
The thug pumped two rounds from his heater into her.
Jones threw a heater under his chin.
An extended winning streak.
Emmy went on a heater in Las Vegas and came back six thousand dollars richer.
one who, or that which, heats
any contrivance or implement, as a furnace, stove, or other heated body or vessel, etc., used to impart heat to something, or to contain something to be heated
A gun, usually a semi-automatic or automatic weapon. Because it gets way hot as you use it! "I can draw the heater and spray and I'm dead serious" -- Kuniva of D12 (American Psycho II)
aether, æther, hearte, hereat, reheat
The numerical value of heater in Chaldean Numerology is: 4
The numerical value of heater in Pythagorean Numerology is: 3
Hokkaido is a place where due to the climate conditions people tend to have the heater on very high and in very closed spaces as well, in places such as Tokyo and Osaka, it will also be getting colder from now. When we add this coldness factor, it shows that we need to express a lot more caution or we could face a further spread of contagion.
Just one pitch kind of got me today, it was a 2-0 heater. I wouldn't have done anything different.
Sediment builds up over time at the bottom of the tank, causing corrosion, partially draining it removes the sediment and keeps the heater running more efficiently — and keeps it running longer.
The engine block design, coupled with the particular block heater installed in these vehicles, causes the unit to be susceptible to overheating when the vehicle is parked and the block heater is plugged in –increasing the risk of an underhood fire.
It was a bad spot all around, the truck was running out of gas so we could n’t really keep the motor running to run the heater.
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Translations for heater
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- مدفأة, سخانArabic
- calefactor, calentadorSpanish
- lämmitin, patteriFinnish
- radiateur, chauffe-eauFrench
- teasadairScottish Gaelic
- riscaldatore, radiatoreItalian
- 加熱器, ストーブ, ヒーター, ヒータJapanese
- 히터, 난방기, 가열기Korean
- нагревательный прибор, батарея, пистолет, радиатор, обогреватель, револьвер, печьRussian
- bếp lò, lòVietnamese
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