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cal·o·rif·ic

 (kăl′ə-rĭf′ĭk)
adj.
Relating to or generating heat or calories.

[French calorifique, from Latin calōrificus : calor, heat; see kelə- in Indo-European roots + -ficus, -fic.]
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calorific

(ˌkæləˈrɪfɪk)
adj
(General Physics) of, concerning, or generating heat
ˌcaloˈrifically adv
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cal•o•rif•ic

(ˌkæl əˈrɪf ɪk)

adj.
pertaining to conversion into heat.
[1675–85; < Late Latin calōrificus causing warmth, warming]
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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.calorific - heat-generating; "the calorific properties of fuels"
hot - used of physical heat; having a high or higher than desirable temperature or giving off heat or feeling or causing a sensation of heat or burning; "hot stove"; "hot water"; "a hot August day"; "a hot stuffy room"; "she's hot and tired"; "a hot forehead"
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Translations
مُوَلِّد للحراره
kalorický
kalorie-
hõfejlesztõ
varmamyndandi
kalorický
ısı verenısıl

calorific

[ˌkæləˈrɪfɪk]
A. ADJcalorífico
B. CPD calorific value N (Phys) → valor m calorífico
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calorific

[ˌkæləˈrɪfɪk] adj [value] → calorifique
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calorific

adjwärmeerzeugend
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calorific

[ˌkæləˈrɪfɪk] adj calorific value (Phys) → valore m calorico
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calorie

(ˈkӕləri) noun
(abbreviated to cal when written).
1. a unit of heat.
2. a unit of energy given by food. My diet allows me 1,200 calories per day.
ˌcaloˈrific adjective
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Cain added that while Atomic Resources would not operate or fund the power station, the company was hoping to retain a 15% interest in the project and would supply the power station with low calorific value feedstock.
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She found that a woman who ate with a man chose foods with lower calorific value than a woman who ate with another woman.
The calorific value of Cup Noodle Light will be 198 kilocalories compared with 364 kilocalories for Cup Noodle.
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It also has a higher calorific value than biodiesel and conventional petroleum diesel.
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EUROPEAN Union (EU) research network Eureka is developing a quality control device for lignite and brown coal, measuring its purity and calorific content by measuring its natural gamma radiation.
It's very high quality coal that has high calorific values," a ministerial spokesperson told BNamericas.com.