Definition of 'red-hot'
Example sentences containing 'red-hot'
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The USA are red-hot favourites to take back the cup after three successive defeats. The Sun (2016)He held a wand of red-hot iron and invited the knight to enter. On the Trail of Merlin - a guide to the Celtic mystery tradition (1991)City are red-hot favourites to be crowned champions today. The Sun (2012)But he admitted this demolition of the red-hot favourites topped them all. The Sun (2007)Both are in red-hot form already this season. The Sun (2009)The glow comes from the continuous stream of red-hot iron that pours from the bottom of the furnace. Times, Sunday Times (2006)The slight drop in distance won't be a problem and he can take this red-hot contest. The Sun (2011)One must hold a red-hot fire iron to the weaker parts of one's soul. The Broken God (1993)But they are red-hot favourites. The Sun (2012)
Translations for 'red-hot'
British English: red-hot ADJECTIVE
Red-hot metal or rock has been heated to such a high temperature that it has turned red.
Definition of red-hot from the Collins English Dictionary
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