Hindi translation of 'hot'
hot /hɒt हॉट्/
Word forms: hotter, hottest, hots, hotting, hotted
If something is hot, it has a high temperature.
...a hot meal.
If you are hot, you feel uncomfortable because of the high temperature of your body or your surroundings.
गर्मी से व्याकुल
गर्मी से बेचैन
You can say food is hot when it has a burning taste caused by spices.
...a hot curry.
You can use hot to describe an issue or event that is very important, exciting, or popular at the present time.[informal]
लोकप्रिय (मामला, बहस, फ़िल्म आदि)
रोमांचक (मामला, बहस, फ़िल्म आदि)
उत्तेजक (मामला, बहस, फ़िल्म आदि)
गर्मागर्म (मामला, बहस, फ़िल्म आदि)
...the hottest movie of the summer.
Ben is the hot favourite to win the award.
When something hots up, it becomes more active or exciting.[Brit]
और अधिक उत्तेजनापूर्ण हो जाना
In informal English, if you want to emphasize how hot the weather is, you can say that it is boiling or scorching. In winter, if the temperature is above average, you can say that it is mild. In general, hot suggests a higher temperature than warm, and warm things are usually pleasant. I imagined that I was back home in England, sitting in the garden on a warm evening.
Poland's presidential campaign is hotting up.
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Example Sentences Including 'hot'
He muttered a prayer to the Overlord, asking his god to strike down the men enjoying the hot soup with dysentery.TREASON KEEP (2001)
A noise over the loud whistling of the cicadas in the hot , still night.THE COMPANY OF STRANGERS (2002)
There are more ways of withering than a blast of hot words, thought Rye gleefully.CASCADES - THE DAY OF THE DEAD (2001)
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'hot' in Other Languages
- Arabic: سَاخِنٌ
- Brazilian Portuguese: quente
- Chinese: 热
- Croatian: vruć vruća
- Czech: horký
- Danish: varm
- Dutch: heet
- European Spanish: caliente
- Finnish: kuuma
- French: chaud
- German: heiß
- Greek: καυτός καυτή
- Italian: caldo calda
- Japanese: 熱い
- Korean: 뜨거운
- Norwegian: glovarm
- Polish: gorący gorąca
- Portuguese: quente
- Romanian: fierbinte fierbinte, fierbinți
- Russian: горячий горячая
- Spanish: caliente
- Swedish: varm varmt
- Thai: ร้อน
- Turkish: sıcak
- Ukrainian: гарячий
- Vietnamese: nóng nhiệt độ
Translation of hot from the Collins English to Hindi Dictionary