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  • EN [ hɒt]
  • US [ hɑːt]

English definition


  • 1. 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"
  • 2. 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"
  • 3. 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"
  • 4. (color) bold and intense;

    • "hot pink"
  • 5. sexually excited or exciting;

    • "was hot for her"
    • "hot pants"
  • 6. recently stolen or smuggled;

    • "hot merchandise"
    • "a hot car"
  • 7. very fast;

    • "a blistering pace"
    • "got off to a hot start"
    • "in hot pursuit"
    • "a red-hot line drive"
  • 8. wanted by the police;

    • "a hot suspect"
  • 9. performed or performing with unusually great skill and daring and energy;

    • "a hot drummer"
    • "he's hot tonight"
  • 10. having a piquant burning taste of spices or peppers;

    • "gingery Chinese food"
    • "hot peppers"
    • "hot curry"
    • "corn chips with peppery salsa"
    • "spicy tomato sauce"
  • 11. very popular or successful;

    • "one of the hot young talents"
    • "cabbage patch dolls were hot last season"
  • 12. very unpleasant or even dangerous;

    • "make it hot for him"
    • "in the hot seat"
    • "in hot water"
  • 13. newest or most recent;

    • "news hot off the press"
    • "red-hot information"
  • 14. having or bringing unusually good luck;

    • "hot at craps"
    • "the dice are hot tonight"
  • 15. very good; often used in the negative;

    • "he's hot at math but not so hot at history"
  • 16. newly made;

    • "a hot scent"
  • 17. capable of quick response and great speed;

    • "a hot sports car"
  • 18. having or showing great eagerness or enthusiasm;

    • "hot for travel"
  • 19. of a seeker; near to the object sought;

    • "you're getting warm"
    • "hot on the trail"
  • 20. having or dealing with dangerously high levels of radioactivity;

    • "hot fuel rods"
    • "a hot laboratory"
  • 21. charged or energized with electricity;

    • "a hot wire"
    • "a live wire"
  • 22. marked by excited activity;

    • "a hot week on the stock market"

Example sentences

  • Washing wool in hot water will shrink it.

  • This soup is boiling hot!

  • Iceland is full of hot springs, beautifully coloured rocks, and other natural wonders.

  • The weather was so hot that three people fainted, and we had to call a doctor to bring them to life.

  • I don't want to go for a walk on such a hot day — it's too much like hard work for me.

  • Meat doesn't keep in hot weather.

  • I was hot on playing basketball when I was in college.

  • After the hot dry summer, the soil is cracking up.

  • They had some hot drinks to wash down their dry muffins.

  • Uncle Tom looked hot after his walk.

  • His hot pancakes are delicious, you buy them straight from the kitchen to eat in your hands.

  • Hot winds parched the crops.

  • Wash the tablecloth in fairly hot soapy water.

  • The hot sun is shining right overhead.

  • It's a small matter; don't get so hot and bothered.

  • This way there's cold rice mixed with the hot.

  • The waiter appeared like magic from the kitchen with a steaming hot lunch.

  • The flowers wilted in the hot sun.

  • It is annoying that there is no hot water.

  • Malaria is endemic in many hot countries.

  • Do you like this hot weather?

  • He's a real hot dog.

  • She's pretty hot stuff.

  • The outlook for the weekend is hot and sunny.

  • He felt all hot and sweaty.

  • a cup of hot sweet tea

  • a hot water tank

Phrase collocation

  • go hot and cold

    experience a sudden feeling of fear, anxiety, or shock

  • have the hots for

    (informal)be sexually attracted to

  • hot and bothered

  • hot and heavy

    (N. Amer. informal)intense; with intensity

    • the competition became very hot and heavy.

  • hot on the heels of

    following closely

    • critique followed hot on the heels of this pioneering work.

  • hot to trot

    (informal)ready and eager to engage in an activity

  • hot under the collar

    (informal)angry, resentful, or embarrassed

  • in hot pursuit

    following closely and eagerly

  • in hot water

    (informal)in a situation of difficulty, trouble, or disgrace

    • he &B{landed in hot water} for an alleged V-sign to the fans.

  • make it (或 things) hot for someone

    (informal)persecute someone

  • hot up (或 hot something up)

    (Brit. informal)(英,非正式)become or make hot

    • he hotted up the flask in Daisy's hand.

  • hot and bothered【非正式用语】

    In a state of agitated excitement; flustered

    • all hot and bothered before the opening performance.

  • hot to trot&I{【俚语】}

    Sexually avid; lascivious.

    Ready and willing; eager.

  • hot under the collar【非正式用语】



  • on the hot seat

    • The poor jerk's on the hot seat for for getting to shut the safe.

    • If you're in the hot seat, he'll fight for you.

  • hot pants

    • His hot pants will get him in trouble.

    • Catherine the Great was apparently an imperal hot pants.

  • not so hot

    • I didn't flunk,but my record isn't so hot.

Synonym discrimination

  • hot, warm, burning


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