Definition of Reheat

1. Verb. Heat again. "Please reheat the food from last night"

Generic synonyms: Heat, Heat Up



Definition of Reheat

1. v. t. To heat again.

Definition of Reheat

1. Noun. (context: aeronautics chiefly British) an afterburner ¹

2. Verb. to heat something after it has cooled off, especially previously cooked food ¹

3. Verb. (obsolete) To revive; to cheer; to cherish. ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Reheat

1. heat [v -ED, -ING, -S] - See also: heat

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Reheat

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reheard
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reheat (current term)
reheatable
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Literary usage of Reheat

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1. The Gasoline Automobile: Its Design and Construction by Peter Martin Heldt (1918)
"F—After shaping or coiling heat to 1425°-1475° F., quench in oil, reheat to ... H—After forging or machining heat to 1500°-1600° F., quench, reheat to ..."

2. Handbook for Machine Designers and Draftsmen by Frederick Arthur Halsey (1913)
"2. Cool slowly in the carbonizing material. 3. reheat to ... reheat to a temperature from 2so°-soo° F. (in accordance with the necessities of the case) and ..."

3. Aircraft and Automobile Materials of Construction by Arthur William Judge (1920)
"H.—After forging or machining heat to 1500° to 1600° F., quench, reheat to 600° to 1200° F., and cool slowly. K.—After forging or machining heat to 1500° to ..."

4. Steel Thermal Treatment, by John W. Urquhart (1922)
"reheat in open to 1450°F., quench in cold oil or water at 80° F. Moderate ... reheat to 1400° to 1450° F. and quench in cold oil. reheat to 600° to 1200°F. ..."

5. Properties of Steam and Thermodynamic Theory of Turbines by Hugh Longbourne Callendar (1920)
"The ratio of F to /, when the latter is constant, is often called the "reheat Factor," as it represents the increase of F due to the partial reconversion in ..."

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