How to Conjugate Heat Up
- Infinitive: Heat Up
- Present Tense: Heat Up/ Heats up
- -ing Form: Heating Up
- Past Tense: Heated Up
- Past Participle: Heated Up
Definitions of Heat Up:
1. To make something warmer or cause a rise in temperature.
Examples: I’m heating up some leftover soup.
Can you heat this up for me in the microwave?
2. When a situation or event becomes serious, exciting or intense.
Examples: The competition in sports always heats up during the playoffs.
This episode of Scandal is starting to heat up.
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