feel the heat/cold

idiom
Updated on: 15 Nov 2017

Definition of feel the heat/cold

: to be bothered by hot/cold weather
  • I'm the kind of person who really feels the heat/cold.

Word by Word Definitions

feel play
  1. : to handle or touch in order to examine, test, or explore some quality

  2. : to perceive by a physical sensation coming from discrete end organs (as of the skin or muscles)

  3. : to undergo passive experience of

  1. : sensation, feeling

  2. : the sense of touch

  3. : the quality of a thing as imparted through or as if through touch

heat play
  1. : to become warm or hot

  2. : to start to spoil from heat

  3. : to make warm or hot

  1. : a condition of being hot : warmth

  2. : a marked or notable degree of hotness

  3. : pathological excessive bodily temperature

cold play
  1. : having or being a temperature that is uncomfortably low for humans

  2. : having a relatively low temperature or one lower than normal or expected

  3. : not heated: such as

  1. : bodily sensation produced by loss or lack of heat

  2. : a condition of low temperature

  3. : a bodily disorder popularly associated with chilling

  1. : with utter finality : absolutely, completely

  2. : without introduction or advance notice

  3. : without preparation or warm-up


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