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When somebody (or something) warms up they become warmer.

Examples of use:
1. Winter is over and the weather is warming up.

2. You look cold. Come inside and warm up beside the fire.

To warm up somebody or something (or warm somebody, or something, up) is to make them become warmer.

Examples of use:
1. Your dinner has gone cold. I’ll warm it up for you.

2. Shall I put the heater on and warm the sitting room up?

To warm up is to prepare for serious physical activity by doing some gentle exercise.

Examples of use;
1. Don’t forget to warm up before you play football.

2. He injured his leg because he didn’t warm up properly before the race.

A warm-up (noun) is preparation for serious physical activity.

Example of use:
The football coach always makes us do a warm-up before a match.

infinitive – warm up

present simple – warm up and warms up

-ing form – warming up

past simple – warmed up

past participle – warmed up

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