What's the difference between Warm and hot in english?
- Anonymous2 weeks agoBest Answer
"Hot" is hotter than "warm".
"Warm" is warmer than "cold".
I would offer that "hot" is beyond the temperature that you can touch it continuously.
"Warm" is comfortable to touch.
Cold - Cool - Warm - Hot
This is the order of things.
- RainLv 71 week ago
warm: somewhat hotter than temperate
hot: having a relatively high temperature
- Anonymous2 weeks ago
The molecules are moving faster when something is hot than when it is warm.
- bluebellbkkLv 72 weeks ago
Something that's merely hot is still much hotter than something that's very very warm.
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- 2 weeks ago
That warm is hot at an OK level while hot is warm at an unbearable level.
- ShanaeLv 52 weeks ago
the distinction is subjective, but "hot" is usually understood to be painful to the touch, while "warm" is not
- LônLv 72 weeks ago
Hot is at a higher temperature than warm.
30 C.....warm 70C ...Hot.
- martinLv 72 weeks ago
Warm is usually considered comfortable while hot is uncomfortable.
- CBLv 72 weeks ago
You can touch and hold a warm object. A hot object will cause burns of varying degrees.
- alan PLv 72 weeks ago
Warm means slightly hot