Definition of 'hot'
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He can blow hot and cold but when his game is on he is unstoppable. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Love could get hotter and happier when you show you expect the best of a partner. The Sun (2016)It often delivers hot spells that make up for a ropey summer. The Sun (2016)But cold days and hot tempers do not a winning side make. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Trust is a hot topic between partners and helps you build a very resilient and romantic relationship. The Sun (2016)Each villa has a sauna and hot tub. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Too hot and they become sticky. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Hot temperatures were a cue for butterflies or their larvae to emerge too early and then be killed when cooler weather returns. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Scotland will hot favourites as they host underdogs in Kilmarnock. The Sun (2016)BEAT the cold in the hottest coats this winter - oversized puffer jackets. The Sun (2017)October is a notorious month for blowing hot and cold. Times, Sunday Times (2010)You can deal with doubts and romance goes from cold to red hot. The Sun (2008)Heat the grill to its hottest temperature. Times, Sunday Times (2012)Your quietly confident attitude to love gets the hottest reaction from a partner. The Sun (2011)You are opposites in looks and lifestyle but make a hot couple. The Sun (2009)This is not just about the delivery of a hot meal. The Sun (2015)Put a whole lot of them close together and the competition gets hot. Times, Sunday Times (2013)We need to keep the issue hot. Times, Sunday Times (2010)These mysterious matters have become hot topics in many churches. Christianity Today (2000)If the weather is deemed dangerously hot or cold then selection that day will be called off. Times, Sunday Times (2015)Migration has become a hot topic only because the temperature has soared. Times, Sunday Times (2016)There is a bit of hot tub action. The Sun (2013)The next day dawned hot and humid. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Wait until the pan is really hot and then drizzle with the olive oil. Times, Sunday Times (2013)But here again they blow hot and cold. The Sun (2015)Is he too hot or too cold? A Miscellany of Mother's Wisdom (1994)Place the griddle over a high heat and leave for a few minutes to get very hot. Times, Sunday Times (2012)This can make you hot and sweaty. The Sun (2012)Studies found hot meals are usually healthier. The Sun (2013)Luck is hot in competitions linked to music. The Sun (2009)Turn them over and keep in the hot pan. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Could be chilled in hot temperatures. Thorsons Organic Wine Guide (1991)D&G and Chanel are hot favourites for serious contenders. Times, Sunday Times (2007)And if the horse justifies his billing as hot favourite for both classics, racing will have a second equine messenger in consecutive years. Times, Sunday Times (2010)
Synonyms of 'hot'
attractive, sexy, fit, good-looking
Trends of 'hot'
Very Common. hot is one of the 4000 most commonly used words in the Collins dictionary
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Translations for 'hot'
British English: hot /hɒt/ ADJECTIVE
If something is hot, it has a high temperature.
- American English: hot
- Arabic: سَاخِنٌ
- Brazilian Portuguese: quente
- Chinese: 热
- Croatian: vruć
- Czech: horký
- Danish: varm
- Dutch: heet
- European Spanish: caliente
- Finnish: kuuma
- French: chaud
- German: heiß
- Greek: καυτός
- Italian: caldo
- Japanese: 熱い
- Korean: 뜨거운
- Norwegian: glovarm
- Polish: gorący
- European Portuguese: quente
- Romanian: fierbinte
- Russian: горячий
- Spanish: caliente
- Swedish: varm
- Thai: ร้อน
- Turkish: sıcak
- Ukrainian: гарячий
- Vietnamese: nóng nhiệt độ
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