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Synonyms for warm upwarm up

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Princeton's WordNet

  1. warm-up, tune-up, prolusionverb

    exercising in preparation for strenuous activity

    Synonyms:
    warm-up, tune-up, prolusion, foreword, preface

  2. warm upverb

    run until the normal working temperature is reached

    "We warmed up the car for a few minutes"

    Synonyms:
    loosen up, warm, limber up

  3. warm upverb

    become more friendly or open

    "She warmed up after we had lunch together"

    Synonyms:
    loosen up, warm, limber up

  4. warm, warm upverb

    get warm or warmer

    "The soup warmed slowly on the stove"

    Synonyms:
    loosen up, warm, limber up

  5. warm upverb

    cause to do preliminary exercises so as to stretch the muscles

    "The coach warmed up the players before the game"

    Synonyms:
    loosen up, warm, limber up

  6. limber up, warm up, loosen upverb

    make one's body limber or suppler by stretching, as if to prepare for strenuous physical activity

    Synonyms:
    decompress, unlax, warm, unwind, limber up, loosen up, unstuff, unbend, limber, unstrain, make relaxed, relax, slow down

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#6781relax
#15499preface
#19113foreword
#25712unwind
#59637decompress
#86785limber

How to use warm up in a sentence?

  1. Kazuki Takizawa:

    Short-term, high intensity exercises need vigorous warm-up, but long-term endurance exercises do not.

  2. Odysseas Drivalas:

    Our strike is just a warm-up, we will stage a 48-hour strike when the government submits the bill (to parliament) with the measures, workers have lost almost half of their income since the crisis started, they cannot bear any more of this burden. With labor action, we can at least put pressure on them (the government).

  3. Kazuki Takizawa:

    Warm-up exercises may reduce injury by improving performance for serious athletes, but recreational athletes and weekend warriors are at a lower physical fitness level, especially in aerobic capacity, and they may fatigue by warm-up exercise and reduce performance.

  4. Robert Smith:

    Is a professional boxer going to drop everything to go and fight in the Olympics ? Pros take three rounds to warm up. It's a different discipline, i wouldn't have thought anyone who's already been there, done it, been a world champion, wants to go back and jeopardize what they've already achieved.

  5. Roger Federer:

    We went to warm up and were having a blast on the court, but then everything started to get a bit crazy, i was thinking is this the best scenario ? Because people need to get home and be safe and this was honestly when I knew we shouldn't play, it was too much stress and pressure for everybody.

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Translations for warm up

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  • أدفأ, دفأArabic
  • ohřátCzech
  • wärmen, aufwärmenGerman
  • calentarSpanish
  • lämmittää, lämmetä, lämmitelläFinnish
  • réchauffer, échauffer, chaufferFrench
  • 暖まる, 温まる, ウォームアップ, 暖める, 加熱Japanese
  • aquecer, entusiasmar, animar, reaquecerPortuguese
  • ruphayQuechua
  • согреваться, разминаться, греться, подогреть, разогреть, нагреться, согреться, нагреваться, подогревать, разогревать, нагревать, греть, размятьсяRussian
  • ritchåfer, tchåfer, si reschandi, estchåfer, si restchåferWalloon

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