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hot

 (hŏt)
adj. hot·ter, hot·test
1.
a. Having or giving off heat; capable of burning.
b. Being at a high temperature.
2. Being at or exhibiting a temperature that is higher than normal or desirable: a hot forehead.
3. Causing a burning sensation, as in the mouth; spicy: hot peppers; a hot curry.
4.
a. Charged or energized with electricity: a hot wire.
b. Radioactive or designed to use radioactive materials.
5.
a. Marked by intensity of emotion; ardent or fiery: a hot temper.
b. Having or displaying great enthusiasm; eager: hot for travel.
6.
a. Informal Arousing intense interest, excitement, or controversy: a hot new book; a hot topic.
b. Informal Marked by excited activity or energy: a hot week on the stock market.
c. Violent; raging: a hot battle.
7. Slang
a. Sexually attractive.
b. Sexually attracted; full of desire: In this week's show, the surgeon is really hot for the new intern.
c. Sexually aroused.
8. Slang
a. Recently stolen: a hot car.
b. Wanted by the police: a hot suspect.
9. Close to a successful solution or conclusion: hot on the trail.
10. Informal
a. Most recent; new or fresh: a hot news item; the hot fashions for fall.
b. Currently very popular or successful: one of the hottest young talents around.
c. Requiring immediate action or attention: a hot opportunity.
11. Slang Very good or impressive. Often used in the negative: I'm not so hot at math.
12. Slang Funny or absurd: told a hot one about the neighbors' dog.
13. Slang
a. Performing with great skill and daring: a hot drummer.
b. Having or characterized by repeated successes: a player who is on a hot streak.
c. Fast and responsive: a hot sports car.
d. Unusually lucky: hot at craps.
14. Music Of, relating to, or being an emotionally charged style of performance marked by strong rhythms and improvisation: hot jazz.
15. Bold and bright.
n. hots (hŏts)
Slang Strong sexual attraction or desire. Used with the.
adv.
1. In a hot manner; hotly.
2. While hot: foods that are best eaten hot.
tr.v. hot·ted, hot·ting, hots
Informal To cause to increase in intensity or excitement. Often used with up: "His book is an exercise in the fashionable art of instant history, in which every episode is hotted up with an anecdote" (Harper's).
Idioms:
hot and bothered Informal
In a state of agitated excitement; flustered: all hot and bothered before the opening performance.
hot and heavy
1. Informal Passionate or intense: Interest in the new stock was hot and heavy.
2. Characterized by or engaging in amorous or sexual activity.
hot to trot Slang
1. Sexually avid; lascivious.
2. Ready and willing; eager.
hot under the collar Informal
Angry.
make it hot for Slang
To make things uncomfortable or dangerous for: Don't make it hot for yourself by needlessly finding fault.

[Middle English, from Old English hāt; see kai- in Indo-European roots.]

hot′ness n.

hot

(hɒt)
adj, hotter or hottest
1. (General Physics) having a relatively high temperature
2. having a temperature higher than desirable
3. causing or having a sensation of bodily heat
4. (Cookery) causing a burning sensation on the tongue: hot mustard; a hot curry.
5. expressing or feeling intense emotion, such as embarrassment, anger, or lust
6. intense or vehement: a hot argument.
7. recent; fresh; new: a hot trial; hot from the press.
8. (Ball Games, other than specified) ball games (of a ball) thrown or struck hard, and so difficult to respond to
9. much favoured or approved: a hot tip; a hot favourite.
10. (General Physics) informal having a dangerously high level of radioactivity: a hot laboratory.
11. slang (of goods or money) stolen, smuggled, or otherwise illegally obtained
12. slang (of people) being sought by the police
13. informal sexually attractive
14. (Colours) (of a colour) intense; striking: hot pink.
15. close or following closely: hot on the scent.
16. (General Physics) informal at a dangerously high electric potential: a hot terminal.
17. (General Physics) physics having an energy level higher than that of the ground state: a hot atom.
18. slang impressive or good of its kind (esp in the phrase not so hot)
19. (Jazz) jazz slang arousing great excitement or enthusiasm by inspired improvisation, strong rhythms, etc
20. informal dangerous or unpleasant (esp in the phrase make it hot for someone)
21. (Games, other than specified) (in various searching or guessing games) very near the answer or object to be found
22. (Metallurgy) metallurgy (of a process) at a sufficiently high temperature for metal to be in a soft workable state
23. informal Austral and NZ (of a price, charge, etc) excessive
24. give it hot give it to someone hot to punish or thrash someone
25. hot on informal
a. very severe: the police are hot on drunk drivers.
b. particularly skilled at or knowledgeable about: he's hot on vintage cars.
26. hot under the collar informal aroused with anger, annoyance, etc
27. in hot water informal in trouble, esp with those in authority
adv
in a hot manner; hotly
[Old English hāt; related to Old High German heiz, Old Norse heitr, Gothic heito fever]
ˈhotly adv
ˈhotness n

hot

(hɒt)

adj. hot•ter, hot•test,
adv.
n. adj.
1. having or giving off heat; having a high temperature: hot coffee.
2. having, attended with, or causing a sensation of great bodily heat.
3. sharply peppery or pungent: Is this mustard hot?
4. having or showing intense or violent feeling; ardent; vehement: a hot temper.
5. Slang.
a. sexually aroused; lustful.
b. sexy; attractive.
6. violent, furious, or intense: the hottest battle of the war.
7. strong or fresh, as a scent or trail.
8. absolutely new; fresh: hot off the press.
9. following very closely; close: hot on the trail.
10. Informal. very good: not so hot.
11. (of colors) extremely intense: hot pink.
12. Informal. currently popular or in demand.
13. Slang. extremely lucky or favorable.
14. Slang. (in sports and games) playing well or winningly; scoring effectively.
15. Slang. funny; absurd: That's a hot one!
16. (in games) close to the object or answer being sought.
17. Informal. extremely exciting or interesting; sensational: hot news.
18.
a. (of jazz) emotionally intense, propulsive, and marked by aggressive attack and warm, full tone.
b. (of a musician) skilled in playing hot jazz.
19. Informal. (of a vehicle) capable of attaining extremely high speeds.
20. Slang.
a. stolen recently or otherwise illegal and dangerous to possess.
b. wanted by the police.
c. dangerous.
21. Informal. in a state of mind to perform exceedingly well or rapidly.
22. actively conducting an electric current or containing a high voltage: a hot wire.
24. noting any process involving plastic deformation of a metal at a temperature high enough to permit recrystallization: hot working.
adv.
25. in a hot manner; hotly.
26. while hot.
27. at a temperature high enough to permit recrystallization: The wire was drawn hot.
n.
28. the hots, Slang. intense sexual desire.
Idioms:
1. hot and heavy, Informal. in an intense, vehement, or passionate manner.
2. hot under the collar, Informal. angry; excited; upset.
[before 1000; Middle English ho(o)t, Old English hāt, c. Old Frisian, Old Saxon hēt, Old High German heiz, Old Norse heitr]
hot′ly, adv.
hot′ness, n.

hot


Past participle: hotted
Gerund: hotting

Imperative
hot
hot
Present
I hot
you hot
he/she/it hots
we hot
you hot
they hot
Preterite
I hotted
you hotted
he/she/it hotted
we hotted
you hotted
they hotted
Present Continuous
I am hotting
you are hotting
he/she/it is hotting
we are hotting
you are hotting
they are hotting
Present Perfect
I have hotted
you have hotted
he/she/it has hotted
we have hotted
you have hotted
they have hotted
Past Continuous
I was hotting
you were hotting
he/she/it was hotting
we were hotting
you were hotting
they were hotting
Past Perfect
I had hotted
you had hotted
he/she/it had hotted
we had hotted
you had hotted
they had hotted
Future
I will hot
you will hot
he/she/it will hot
we will hot
you will hot
they will hot
Future Perfect
I will have hotted
you will have hotted
he/she/it will have hotted
we will have hotted
you will have hotted
they will have hotted
Future Continuous
I will be hotting
you will be hotting
he/she/it will be hotting
we will be hotting
you will be hotting
they will be hotting
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been hotting
you have been hotting
he/she/it has been hotting
we have been hotting
you have been hotting
they have been hotting
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been hotting
you will have been hotting
he/she/it will have been hotting
we will have been hotting
you will have been hotting
they will have been hotting
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been hotting
you had been hotting
he/she/it had been hotting
we had been hotting
you had been hotting
they had been hotting
Conditional
I would hot
you would hot
he/she/it would hot
we would hot
you would hot
they would hot
Past Conditional
I would have hotted
you would have hotted
he/she/it would have hotted
we would have hotted
you would have hotted
they would have hotted
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.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"
warm - having or producing a comfortable and agreeable degree of heat or imparting or maintaining heat; "a warm body"; "a warm room"; "a warm climate"; "a warm coat"
cold - having a low or inadequate temperature or feeling a sensation of coldness or having been made cold by e.g. ice or refrigeration; "a cold climate"; "a cold room"; "dinner has gotten cold"; "cold fingers"; "if you are cold, turn up the heat"; "a cold beer"
2.hot - characterized by violent and forceful activity or movement; very intense; "the fighting became hot and heavy"; "a hot engagement"; "a raging battle"; "the river became a raging torrent"
violent - acting with or marked by or resulting from great force or energy or emotional intensity; "a violent attack"; "a violent person"; "violent feelings"; "a violent rage"; "felt a violent dislike"
3.hot - extended meanings; especially of psychological heat; marked by intensity or vehemence especially of passion or enthusiasm; "a hot temper"; "a hot topic"; "a hot new book"; "a hot love affair"; "a hot argument"
passionate - having or expressing strong emotions
cold - extended meanings; especially of psychological coldness; without human warmth or emotion; "a cold unfriendly nod"; "a cold and unaffectionate person"; "a cold impersonal manner"; "cold logic"; "the concert left me cold"
4.hot - (color) bold and intense; "hot pink"
warm - (color) inducing the impression of warmth; used especially of reds and oranges and yellows; "warm reds and yellows and orange"
5.hot - sexually excited or exciting; "was hot for her"; "hot pants"
sexy - marked by or tending to arouse sexual desire or interest; "feeling sexy"; "sexy clothes"; "sexy poses"; "a sexy book"; "sexy jokes"
6.hot - recently stolen or smuggled; "hot merchandise"; "a hot car"
colloquialism - a colloquial expression; characteristic of spoken or written communication that seeks to imitate informal speech
illegal - prohibited by law or by official or accepted rules; "an illegal chess move"
7.hot - very fasthot - very fast; capable of quick response and great speed; "a hot sports car"; "a blistering pace"; "got off to a hot start"; "in hot pursuit"; "a red-hot line drive"
fast - acting or moving or capable of acting or moving quickly; "fast film"; "on the fast track in school"; "set a fast pace"; "a fast car"
8.hot - wanted by the police; "a hot suspect"
wanted - desired or wished for or sought; "couldn't keep her eyes off the wanted toy"; "a wanted criminal"; "a wanted poster"
9.hot - producing a burning sensation on the taste nerves; "hot salsa"; "jalapeno peppers are very hot"
tasty - pleasing to the sense of taste; "a tasty morsel"
10.hot - performed or performing with unusually great skill and daring and energy; "a hot drummer"; "he's hot tonight"
colloquialism - a colloquial expression; characteristic of spoken or written communication that seeks to imitate informal speech
skilled - having or showing or requiring special skill; "only the most skilled gymnasts make an Olympic team"; "a skilled surgeon has many years of training and experience"; "a skilled reconstruction of her damaged elbow"; "a skilled trade"
11.hot - very popular or successful; "one of the hot young talents"; "cabbage patch dolls were hot last season"
colloquialism - a colloquial expression; characteristic of spoken or written communication that seeks to imitate informal speech
popular - regarded with great favor, approval, or affection especially by the general public; "a popular tourist attraction"; "a popular girl"; "cabbage patch dolls are no longer popular"
12.hot - very unpleasant or even dangerous; "make it hot for him"; "in the hot seat"; "in hot water"
unpleasant - disagreeable to the senses, to the mind, or feelings ; "an unpleasant personality"; "unpleasant repercussions"; "unpleasant odors"
13.hot - newest or most recent; "news hot off the press"; "red-hot information"
new - not of long duration; having just (or relatively recently) come into being or been made or acquired or discovered; "a new law"; "new cars"; "a new comet"; "a new friend"; "a new year"; "the New World"
14.hot - having or bringing unusually good luck; "hot at craps"; "the dice are hot tonight"
lucky - having or bringing good fortune; "my lucky day"; "a lucky man"
15.hot - very good; often used in the negative; "he's hot at math but not so hot at history"
good - having desirable or positive qualities especially those suitable for a thing specified; "good news from the hospital"; "a good report card"; "when she was good she was very very good"; "a good knife is one good for cutting"; "this stump will make a good picnic table"; "a good check"; "a good joke"; "a good exterior paint"; "a good secretary"; "a good dress for the office"
16.hot - newly made; "a hot scent"
fresh - recently made, produced, or harvested; "fresh bread"; "a fresh scent"; "fresh lettuce"
17.hot - having or showing great eagerness or enthusiasm; "hot for travel"
eager - having or showing keen interest or intense desire or impatient expectancy; "eager to learn"; "eager to travel abroad"; "eager for success"; "eager helpers"; "an eager look"
18.hot - of a seeker; very near to the object sought; "you are hot"
near, nigh, close - not far distant in time or space or degree or circumstances; "near neighbors"; "in the near future"; "they are near equals"; "his nearest approach to success"; "a very near thing"; "a near hit by the bomb"; "she was near tears"; "she was close to tears"; "had a close call"
19.hot - having or dealing with dangerously high levels of radioactivity; "hot fuel rods"; "a hot laboratory"
radioactive - exhibiting or caused by radioactivity; "radioactive isotope"; "radioactive decay"; "radioactive fallout"
20.hot - charged or energized with electricity; "a hot wire"; "a live wire"
electricity - a physical phenomenon associated with stationary or moving electrons and protons
charged - of a particle or body or system; having a net amount of positive or negative electric charge; "charged particles"; "a charged battery"
21.hot - marked by excited activity; "a hot week on the stock market"
colloquialism - a colloquial expression; characteristic of spoken or written communication that seeks to imitate informal speech
active - characterized by energetic activity; "an active toddler"; "active as a gazelle"; "an active man is a man of action"

hot

adjective
1. heated, burning, boiling, steaming, flaming, roasting, searing, blistering, fiery, scorching, scalding, piping hot Cook the meat quickly on a hot barbecue plate.
2. warm, close, stifling, humid, torrid, sultry, sweltering, balmy, muggy It was too hot even for a gentle stroll.
warm cold, cool, freezing, icy, chilly, frosty, frigid, parky (Brit. informal)
3. feverish, burning (up), flushed, febrile feeling hot and flushed
4. spicy, pungent, peppery, piquant, biting, sharp, acrid He loved hot curries.
spicy mild, bland
5. intense, passionate, heated, spirited, excited, fierce, lively, animated, ardent, inflamed, fervent, impassioned, fervid The nature of Scottishness is a matter of hot debate in Scotland.
6. new, latest, fresh, recent, up to date, just out, up to the minute, bang up to date (informal), hot off the press If you hear any hot news, tell me won't you.
new old, stale, trite, passé
7. popular, hip, fashionable, cool, in demand, sought-after, must-see, in vogue, the new, du jour (French), culty a ticket for the hottest show in town
popular unpopular, out of favour
8. fierce, intense, strong, keen, competitive, cut-throat hot competition from abroad
9. fiery, violent, raging, passionate, stormy, touchy, vehement, impetuous, irascible His hot temper was making it difficult for others to work with him.
fiery calm, moderate, mild, indifferent, apathetic, dispassionate, half-hearted
10. stolen, dodgy (Brit. informal), illicit, smuggled, bootleg, contraband, under the counter, knockoff (informal) Buying hot goods is no longer a criminal offence.
blow hot and cold dither, vacillate, hesitate, waver, be unsure, be undecided, hum and haw (Brit. informal), shilly-shally, swither (Scot. dialect) I blew hot and cold as I weighed up the pros and cons.
hot on the heels of something or someone shortly after, soon after, immediately after, right after, close behind, straight after, hard on the heels of, directly after The shock news comes hot on the heels of the company axing its site in Scotland.
hot under the collar (Informal) angry, cross, furious, annoyed, put out, fed up, infuriated, incensed, enraged, aggrieved, irate, hacked off (informal), brassed off (Brit. informal) Some of them were getting very hot under the collar about tax issues.

hot

adjective
2. Being at a higher temperature than is normal or desirable:
3. Informal. Of great current interest:
Translations
حارحامٍسَاخِنٌسَريع التَّهَيُّججَديد
horkýostrýpálivýprudkýčerstvý
varmfriskhedhidsighot
varmega
kuumakuumeinennyysittypolttavaseksikäs
vruć
forrómeleg: nagyon meleg
panas
bragîsterkur, heiturheiturnÿr, ferskurskapheitur
熱い
뜨거운
bematantdeginantisdešrainisgalvotrūkčiaiskarštagalvis
asskarstasinīgskarstsnesenspēdējās ziņas
cald
pekočvroč
vruć
varmfebrighet
ร้อน
sıcaktazeacıacılıçabuk parlayan/öfkelenen
nóngcay

hot

[hɒt]
A. ADJ (hotter (compar) (hottest (superl)))
1. (gen) → caliente; [climate] → cálido; [day, summer] → caluroso, de calor; [sun] → abrasador
with running hot and cold watercon agua corriente caliente y fría
it was a very hot dayfue un día de mucho calor
it was a hot and tiring walkfue una caminata que nos hizo sudar y nos cansó mucho
a nice hot bathun buen baño caliente
to be hot [thing] → estar caliente; [weather] → hacer calor; [person] → tener calor
this room is hothace calor en esta habitación
to be very hot [thing] → estar muy caliente; [weather] → hacer mucho calor; [person] → tener mucho calor
I'm too hottengo demasiado calor
it made me go hot and coldme dio escalofríos
to get hot [thing] → calentarse; [weather] → empezar a hacer calor; [person] I'm getting hotme está entrando calor
to get (all) hot and botheredsofocarse
you're getting hot (fig) (when guessing) → caliente, caliente
2. (= spicy, peppery) [taste, food] → picante
this food is very hotesta comida es muy picante
Mexican food's too hotla comida mejicana es demasiado picante
3. (fig) [contest] → muy reñido; [temper] → malo; [dispute] → acalorado
hot favouritegran favorito m
to make it hot for sbhacerle la vida imposible a algn
to make a place too hot for sbhacer que algn se vaya de un lugar haciéndole la vida imposible
hot moneydinero m caliente
hot newsnoticias fpl de última hora
he's a pretty hot playeres un jugador experto
he has a hot tempertiene mal genio or carácter
a hot tipinformación f de buenas tintas or de fuente fidedigna
to be in/get into hot waterestar/meterse en problemas
to be hot under the collarestar acalorado
to get hot under the collaracalorarse
to be too hot to handle he's/it's too hot to handlees demasiado
that's a hot button or a hot-button issue (US) → ése es un asunto polémico, ése es un tema candente
these accusations have hit a hot button in the black communityestas acusaciones han levantado ampollas entre la población negra
see also pursuit
B. ADV to be hot on sb's trail or heelspisar los talones a algn
news hot from the pressuna noticia que acaba de publicarse en la prensa
to blow hot and coldser veleta, mudar a todos los vientos
C. N he's got the hots for herella le pone cachondo
D. CPD hot air N (fig) → palabras fpl al aire
hot cross bun N bollo a base de especias y pasas marcado con una cruz y que se come en Viernes Santo
hot dog N (Culin) → perrito m caliente, hot dog m, pancho m (S. Cone)
hot flash N (US) = hot flush hot flush N (Brit) → sofoco m de calor
hot goods NPLartículos mpl robados
hot line Nteléfono m rojo
hot potato Ncuestión f muy discutida
hot seat N to be in the hot seatestar expuesto
hot spot N (Pol) → lugar m de peligro; (for amusement) → lugar m de diversión; (= night club) → sala f de fiestas
hot springs NPLaguas fpl termales
hot stuff N to be hot stuff (= expert) → ser un hacha; (= sexy) → estar como un tren
he's pretty hot stuff at mathses un hacha or un as para las matemáticas
hot tub Njacuzzi ® m
hot up (esp Brit)
A. VI + ADV [party] → animarse; [competition, battle] → empezar a animarse; [dispute] → acalorarse
B. VT + ADV [+ food] → calentar; [+ pace] → acelerar, forzar

hot

[ˈhɒt]
adj
(= very warm) → chaud(e)
a hot bath → un bain chaud
a hot country → un pays chaud
to be hot [person] → avoir chaud
I'm hot → J'ai chaud.
I'm too hot → J'ai trop chaud.; [thing] → être chaud(e); [weather] → faire chaud
It's hot → Il fait chaud.
It's very hot today → Il fait très chaud aujourd'hui.
(as opposed to only warm)très chaud(e)
(= spicy) [chilli] → épicé(e); [food] → épicé(e)
a very hot curry → un curry très épicé
(= interesting) [movie, topic] → brûlant(e)
to have a hot temper → être coléreux/euse
(= good) to be not so hot on sth → ne pas être très bon(ne) en qch
He's not so hot on physics → Il n'est pas très bon en physique.
to be hot and bothered (= agitated) → être dans tous ses états
to get hot and bothered about sth → se mettre dans tous ses états à propos de qch
adv
to blow hot and cold → souffler le chaud et le froid hots
npl
to have the hots for sb → craquer complètement pour qn
hot up
(British)
vi
[situation] → chauffer
[party] → s'animer
vt [+ pace] → accélérerhot air n (= nonsense) → vent m
It was just hot air → Ça n'était que du vent.hot-air balloon nmontgolfière f, ballon m

hot

adj (+er)
heiß; meal, tap, drinkwarm; I am or feel hotmir ist (es) heiß; with hot and cold watermit warm und kalt Wasser; it was a hot and tiring climbder Aufstieg machte warm und müde; the weather is hotes ist heißes Wetter; in the hot weatherbei dem heißen Wetter, wenn es so heiß ist; the room was hotin dem Zimmer war es heiß; Africa is a hot countryin Afrika ist es heiß; to get hot (things) → heiß werden; I’m getting hotmir wird (es) warm
(to taste) curry, spices etcscharf
(inf) radioactive materialradioaktiv, heiß (inf)
(inf) stolen goodsheiß (inf); it’s too hot to sellso heiße Ware lässt sich nicht verkaufen (inf)
(inf: = in demand) productzugkräftig; she’s the hottest property in show businesssie ist die heißeste Nummer im Showbusiness; … are totally hot this season… sind momentan total in (inf)
(inf: = good, competent) → stark (inf); the hottest show in towndie stärkste Show in der Stadt (inf); he’s pretty hot at mathsin Mathe ist er ganz schön stark (inf); I’m not feeling too hotmir gehts nicht besonders (inf); she’s so hot (inf)sie ist eine starke Frau (inf)
(fig) to be (a) hot favourite (Brit) or favorite (US) → hoch favorisiert sein, der große Favorit sein; hot tipheißer Tipp; a hot issueeine umstrittene Frage; a hot topic of conversationein kontroverses Gesprächsthema; hot newsdas Neuste vom Neuen; hot off the pressgerade erschienen; the latest designs hot from Milandie neuesten Entwürfe, gerade aus Mailand eingetroffen; the competition was very hotder Wettbewerb war äußerst scharf; she has a hot tempersie braust leicht auf, sie hat ein hitziges Wesen; she’s too hot to handle (inf)mit der wird keiner fertig (inf); it’s too hot to handle (political issue, in journalism) → das ist ein heißes Eisen; that’s a hot button, that hits a hot button (US) → das ist ein heißes Eisen; to get into hot waterin Schwulitäten kommen (inf), → in (des) Teufels Küche kommen (inf); to be/get (all) hot and bothered (inf)ganz aufgeregt sein/werden (about wegen); to feel hot and bothered (inf)ins Schwitzen kommen (inf); to get hot under the collar about somethingwegen etw in Rage geraten; (= embarrassed)wegen etw verlegen werden; I went hot and cold all over (inf, with emotion) → mir wurde es ganz anders (inf); things started getting hot in the tenth round (inf)in der zehnten Runde wurde es langsam spannend or gings los (inf); to make things too hot for somebody (inf)jdm die Hölle heißmachen (inf), → jdm einheizen (inf); it’s getting too hot for me here (inf)hier wird mir der Boden unter den Füßen zu heiß; that girl’s smoking hot (US sl) → die Frau ist voll scharf (inf) ? trail N b
adv (+er) the engine’s running hotder Motor läuft heiß; he keeps blowing hot and colder sagt einmal hü und einmal hott
n to have the hots for somebody (inf)auf jdn scharf sein (inf)

hot

:
hot air
n (fig)leeres Gerede, Gewäsch nt
hot-air balloon
hot-air drier
hotbed
n
(fig)Brutstätte f, → Nährboden m(of für)
(Hort) → Mist- or Frühbeet nt
hot-blooded
adjheißblütig
hotcake
n (US) = pancake

hot

:
hot cross bun
n Rosinenbrötchen mit kleinem Teigkreuz, wird in der Karwoche gegessen
hot-desking
nDesksharing nt
hot dog
nHotdog m or nt
hot-dogging
n (Ski) → Freestyle nt

hot

:
hot flushes
pl (Med) → fliegende Hitze
hotfoot (inf)
adv arrivestehenden Fußes
vt he hoted it back home/out of towner ging schleunigst nach Hause/verließ schleunigst die Stadt
hot gospeller
nErweckungsprediger(in) m(f)
hothead
nHitzkopf m
hot-headed
hothouse
n (lit, fig)Treibhaus nt
adj attr (lit)Treibhaus-; (fig) atmospherespannungsgeladen, angespannt; hot plant/vegetablesTreibhauspflanze f/-gemüse nt
hot-housing
n Intensivunterricht für besonders begabte Kleinkinder
hot jazz
nHot Jazz m
hot key
n (Comput) → Hotkey m, → Abkürzungstaste f
hot line
n (Pol) → heißer Draht; (TV etc) → Hotline f; to get on the hot (Pol) → sich an den heißen Draht hängen (inf)

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hot metal (Typ)
nBlei nt; (= setting)Bleisatz m
hot-metal
adj attr hot settingBleisatz m
hot pants
plheiße Höschen, Hotpants pl, → Hot Pants pl
hot pepper
nPeperoni f
hotplate
n
(of stove)Koch- or Heizplatte f
(= plate warmer)Warmhalteplatte f, → Wärmplatte f
hotpot
n (esp Brit Cook) → Fleischeintopf mmit Kartoffeleinlage
hot potato
n (fig inf)heißes Eisen
hot rod
n (Aut) → hochfrisiertes Auto
hot seat
nSchleudersitz m; (US inf: = electric chair) → elektrischer Stuhl; to be in the hotauf dem Schleudersitz sein; (in quiz etc) → auf dem Armsünderbänkchen sitzen (hum); to step into the hotauf den Schleudersitz kommen
hot shoe
n (Phot) → Steckschuh m
hotshot (inf)
nKanone f (inf), → Ass nt (inf)
adj attrSpitzen- (inf), → erstklassig
hot spot
n (Pol) → Krisenherd m; (inf: = club etc) → heißer Schuppen (inf)
hot spring
hot stuff
n (inf) this is hot (= very good)das ist große Klasse (inf); (= provocative)das ist Zündstoff; she’s/he’s hot (= very good)sie/er ist große Klasse (inf)or eine Kanone (inf); (= very sexy)das ist eine Klassefrau (inf)or scharfe Braut (sl)/ein scharfer Typ (inf)
hot-tempered

hot

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1. adj (-ter (comp) (-test (superl)))
a.caldo/a
to be hot (person) → avere caldo (thing) → essere caldo/a (weather) → fare caldo
to get hot (person) → incominciare ad avere caldo (thing) → scaldarsi (weather) → incominciare a fare caldo
this room is hot → fa caldo in questa stanza
I don't like hot weather → non sopporto il caldo
to get hot under the collar (fam) → scaldarsi
to be all hot and bothered → essere tutto accaldato/a (flustered) → essere tutto agitato/a
to be/get into hot water → essere/cacciarsi nei guai
you're getting hot! (fig) (when guessing) → fuochino!
b. (curry, spice) → piccante; (news) → fresco/a; (temperament) → focoso/a, ardente; (conflict, contest) → accanito/a
she's got a hot temper → è un tipo collerico
hot favourite → grande favorito/a
I've got a hot tip for the Derby (fam) → ho un cavallo sicuro per il Derby
I'll make things hot for you (fam) → ti renderò la vita difficile
to be in hot pursuit of sb → stare alle calcagna di qn
she's pretty hot at maths (fam) → se la cava bene in matematica
those goods are hot (fam) (stolen) → è roba che scotta
2. adv to be hot on sb's trailessere sulle tracce di qn
to be hot on the heels of sb → essere alle calcagna di qn
hot up (fam)
1. vi + adv (situation) → farsi più teso/a; (party) → scaldarsi
2. vt + adv (pace) → affrettare; (car engine) → truccare

hot

(hot) adjective
1. having or causing a great deal of heat. a hot oven; That water is hot.
2. very warm. a hot day; Running makes me feel hot.
3. (of food) having a sharp, burning taste. a hot curry.
4. easily made angry. a hot temper.
5. recent; fresh. hot news.
ˈhotly adverb
1. eagerly; quickly. The thieves were hotly pursued by the police.
2. angrily; passionately. The accusations were hotly denied.
hot air
boastful words, promises that will not be kept etc. Most of what he said was just hot air.
ˌhot-ˈblooded adjective
passionate; having strong feelings. hot-blooded young men.
hot dog
a hot sausage sandwich.
ˈhotfoot adverb
in a great hurry. He arrived hotfoot from the meeting.
ˈhothead noun
a hotheaded person.
ˌhotˈheaded adjective
easily made angry; inclined to act suddenly and without sufficient thought.
ˈhothouse noun
a glass-house kept warm for growing plants in. He grows orchids in his hothouse.
ˈhot-plate noun
1. the part of a cooker on which food is heated for cooking.
2. a portable heated plate of metal etc for keeping plates of food etc hot.
be in hot water, get into hot water
to be in or get into trouble.
hot uppast tense, past participle ˈhotted verb
to increase; to become more exciting etc.
in hot pursuit
chasing as fast as one can. The thief ran off, with the shopkeeper in hot pursuit.
like hot cakes
very quickly. These books are selling like hot cakes.

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سَاخِنٌ horký varm heiß καυτός caliente kuuma chaud vruć caldo 熱い 뜨거운 heet glovarm gorący quente горячий varm ร้อน sıcak nóng

hot

a. caliente, de temperatura alta; contaminado-a por material radioactivo;
___ flashesfogaje, sofoco; rubores, bochorno.

hot

adj (comp hotter; super hottest) caliente; (to the taste) picante; to be — tener calor; (the weather) hacer calor; to feel — sentir calor; Do you feel hot all the time?..¿Siente calor todo el tiempo?
References in classic literature ?
Pap was agoing on so he never noticed where his old limber legs was taking him to, so he went head over heels over the tub of salt pork and barked both shins, and the rest of his speech was all the hottest kind of language -- mostly hove at the nigger and the gov- ment, though he give the tub some, too, all along, here and there.
In hottest summer and coldest winter, I was kept almost naked--no shoes, no stockings, no jacket, no trousers, nothing on but a coarse tow linen shirt, reaching only to my knees.
He tried to wrest the key from Catherine's grasp, and for safety she flung it into the hottest part of the fire; whereupon Mr.
She was dressed with her customary elegance and propriety; and she was the only one of the party on that sultry summer's day who was perfectly cool in the hottest part of the journey.
Then, my father, I stretched out my left hand and plunged it into the fire--not into the hottest of the fire, but where the smoke leapt from the flame.
The hottest horse will oft be cool, The dullest will show fire; The friar will often play the fool, The fool will play the friar.
If you strew it about even in the hottest summer the air at once becomes cold, and snow falls, and the people freeze.
So, without giving notice of his intention to anyone, and without anybody seeing him, one morning before the dawning of the day (which was one of the hottest of the month of July) he donned his suit of armour, mounted Rocinante with his patched-up helmet on, braced his buckler, took his lance, and by the back door of the yard sallied forth upon the plain in the highest contentment and satisfaction at seeing with what ease he had made a beginning with his grand purpose.
Whoever had selected this retired portion of the grounds as the boundary of a walk, or as a place for meditation, was abundantly justified in the choice by the absence of all glare, the cool, refreshing shade, the screen it afforded from the scorching rays of the sun, that found no entrance there even during the burning days of hottest summer, the incessant and melodious warbling of birds, and the entire removal from either the noise of the street or the bustle of the mansion.
let us put our swords into our left hands and shake hands with the right, even in the very lust and music of the hottest carnage.
another might reply;" and the governor and old Tommy Hutchinson into the hottest of it
This lovely piece of water was the coolest spot in all the valley, and I now made it a place of continual resort during the hottest period of the day.