warm-up

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الإنجليزية - التركية
ısınma egzersizi
Eşofman
ısıtmak
coşturmak
motoru ısıtmak
kızdırmak
coşmak
ılıtmak
ısıtma

Tom Mary'den bazı artan yemekleri ısıtmasını rica etti. - Tom asked Mary to warm up some leftovers.

ısıt

Çorbayı ısıtır mısın? - Will you warm up the soup?

Tom Mary'den bazı artan yemekleri ısıtmasını rica etti. - Tom asked Mary to warm up some leftovers.

heyecanlandırmak
hararetlenmek
kızışmak
kızıştırmak
kışkırtmak
ısınmak

Yarıştan önce koşucular ısınmak zorundadır. - Before the race, the runners have to warm up.

kurcalamak
(deyim) canlanmak
warmup
son hazırlık
warmup
ısınma
warmup
ısıtma
الإنجليزية - الإنجليزية
Any act of preparation for a performance

Drivers are allowed 5 minutes for warm-up before the race starts.

Attributive use of the noun

Bill crashed during the warm-up lap.

The act of exercising or stretching in preparation for strenuous activity

If you don't do your warm-ups properly you have a greater chance of injury.

A period of time allocated for performing warm-ups

Keep a sharp eye on the referee during warm-up to check out his mood.

Gentle stretching and exercising done to gradually increase blood circulation to (warm up) muscles, and loosen up for a more sustained bout of exercise
An easy set that gives your muscles a chance to warm up, stretch, and loosen before the main set An important part of every workout
Used by the swimmer before the race to get his or her muscles loose and ready to race
exercising in preparation for strenuous activity
The time for a quartz frequency source to reach a certain region of frequency stability from initially being started In ovenized quartz oscillators, this time is usually measured in minutes to reach 10 to 50 ppb of the nameplate frequency Often warm-up is confused with the time for the oven control to reach proportional operation However, this time is only marginally coincident the oscillator’s warm-up behavior
Gentle, slow exercise at the beginning of a workout to prepare muscles, heart rate, blood pressure and body temperature for the activity
Sequence of stretches or moves, to prepare the body for the main exercise
Stroke practice before a match begins that allows players to loosen up their muscles and prepare for play
The action of starting an engine and allowing it to idle until it reaches operating temperature before driving away
The period of time from the application of power until the instrument has reached its operating temperature, required to assure that the instrument will perform within all specified tolerances
An exercise or a set of exercises devised to enhance the player's physical performance in the game or a strenuous training session that follows
Ten to twenty minutes of easy jogging/walking before a race or a workout The point of a warm-up is to raise one's heart rate so the body (and its muscles) are looser before a tough workout begins
A series of movements and exercises to increase heart rate and circulation, to encourage concentration and body awareness, and to stretch muscles that will be used in forthcoming activity
A warm-up is something that prepares you for an activity or event, usually because it is a short practice or example of what the activity or event will involve. The exercises can be fun and a good warm-up for the latter part of the programme The criticism was merely a warm-up for what is being prepared for the finance minister
Used by the swimmer before the race to get their muscles loose and ready to race
Movements and/or movement phrases designed to raise the core body temperature, move the body through a preparatory range of movement, and bring the mind into focus for the dance
The half-hour period on race morning in which the teams and drivers concentrate on the set-up of their cars for the race, running with full tank loads of fuel
Five to twenty minutes of easy jogging/walking before a race or a workout The point of a warm-up is to raise one's heart rate so the body (and its muscles) are looser before a tough workout begins
Warm-up sessions take place on the race day at exactly 4: 30 hours before the race starting time, lasting for 30 minutes, it is a free practice session
{i} act or process of warming up; time spent warming up; warm-up suit, suit of comfortable clothing worn before or during an athletic activity
A section of the pitch which allows to become aquainted with the UP
Low intensity swimming used by swimmers prior to a main practice set or race to get muscles loose and warm and gradually increase heart rate and respiration
To reheat food
To make an audience enthusiastic or animated before a show
To become warmer

He came inside to warm up.

To reach a normal operating temperature (of a car for example)
To prepare for executing an already-learned activity by a limited amount of additional practice

They warmed up by throwing the ball around a few minutes.

{f} do exercises in preparation for a sporting event (Sports); prepare, get ready; cause to be excited or animated; make warmer
run until the normal working temperature is reached; "We warmed up the car for a few minutes
become more friendly or open; "She warmed up after we had lunch together"
If you warm something up or if it warms up, it gets hotter. He blew on his hands to warm them up All that she would have to do was warm up the pudding The weather had warmed up
get warm
cause to do preliminary exercises so as to stretch the muscles; "The coach warmed up the players before the game"
If a comedian or speaker warms up an audience or the audience warms up, the audience is prepared for the main show or speaker by being told jokes, so that they are in a good mood. They would always come out and warm up the audience The crowd began to warm up
If you warm up for an event such as a race, you prepare yourself for it by doing exercises or by practising just before it starts. In an hour the drivers will be warming up for the main event see also warm-up
a period of swimming designed to acclimate the swimmer for a workout or a race During warm up, a swimmer generally experiences an increase in heart rate and respiration
A session usually a short time before a performance in which the actors prepare their bodies through a number of physical, mental, and musical exercises
run until the normal working temperature is reached; "We warmed up the car for a few minutes"
get warm or warmer; "The soup warmed slowly on the stove"
make one's body limber or suppler by stretching, as if to prepare for strenuous physical activity
When a machine or engine warms up or someone warms it up, it becomes ready for use a little while after being switched on or started. He waited for his car to warm up We spent a frustrating five minutes while the pilot warmed up the engines
[1] To run an engine until it reaches normal operating temperature
warm-up
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