crash-hot

crash-hot

adj
chiefly Austral extremely impressive
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"There's probably a shift in mentality needed from us there as the French game is a bit different from us in that regard and we've got to be crash-hot in that area.
"I've got nothing but admiration for someone who could turn out a crash-hot cartoon every day.
"Tiger's Majors record is very good, but his Ryder Cup record isn't all that crash-hot," said Els of Woods, who has played two Ryder Cups, contesting ten matches for just three and a half points.