Definition of 'hot spot'
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They predict illness hot spots in areas where animals have not had their annual jab. The Sun (2009)But there are political hot spots. Times, Sunday Times (2007)Half of those surveyed said that they have selected Cornwall as their holiday hot spot. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Prices have risen sharply in Europe's holiday hot spots. Times, Sunday Times (2012)The risk of doing business in some of the world's political hot spots is waning, according to a report today. Times, Sunday Times (2013)
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Translations for 'hot spot'
British English: hot spot NOUN
You can refer to an exciting place where there is a lot of activity or entertainment as a hot spot.
...a popular and lively package tour hot spot.
- American English: hot spot
- Brazilian Portuguese: ponto turístico
- Chinese: 热门景点
- European Spanish: lugar de moda
- French: rendez-vous préféré
- German: Zentrum
- Italian: punto di richiamo
- Japanese: 観光スポット
- Korean: 신나는 곳
- European Portuguese: ponto turístico
- Spanish: lugar de moda
Definition of hot spot from the Collins English Dictionary
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