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Significantly high in temperature
“We had to get out of the burning building quickly as the hot flames were starting to become dangerous.”
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(of the weather or climate) Having a high degree of heat or a high temperature
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“The summer months are hot with daytime temperatures in the low to mid 90's, but the winters are mild.”
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Feeling or producing an uncomfortable sensation of bodily heat
“I'm feeling a little hot. I think I might be coming down with something.”
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Spicy to taste
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“Smoke was rising from the barbecue and the special mustard for the frying sausage was really hot and spicy.”
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Involving much activity, debate, or interest
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“The discussion would turn into a hot and emotional debate between the parties involved.”
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Filled with passionate excitement, anger, or other strong emotion
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“All I felt was frustration, anger and a slew of hot emotions rolling through me.”
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Showing a keen desire or enthusiasm
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“I've got it bad, got it bad, got it bad. I'm hot for homework.”
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Currently popular, fashionable, or in demand
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“That Hansel, he is so hot right now!”
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Having a high quality of its kind
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“It's not irreparable, but you had better look for a hot mechanic.”
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Having a strong primal desire
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“He admitted that the racy photos made him a little hot under the collar.”
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Tending to provoke a strong primal desire
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“She wore a hot dress that would lead to various degrees of over-exposure.”
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Stolen or otherwise illegally obtained
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“The situation goes from bad to worse after they find a way to dispose of the hot merchandise.”
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Involving modern or contemporary methods or concepts
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“Too often we scramble to keep up with hot new technologies that turn out to be duds.”
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Very knowledgeable or skillful
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“I have to admit that I'm not too hot with maths.”
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(informal) Physically attractive
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“I remember thinking to myself that night, how hot she looked, and now we are exchanging vows five years on.”
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Fiercely competitive in nature
“We cannot rest on our laurels as the competition is extremely hot right now.”
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(informal) Exhibiting radioactivity
“Robots can be employed to safely concentrate and reprocess the hot materials.”
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At an extremely fast speed
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“It was going at such a hot speed, that it broke the sound barrier.”
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Physically attractive or alluring
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Having a streak of good luck or good progress or success
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Showing, feeling, or relating to sexual desire
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Having a pleasing shape, pleasant to look at
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That has been stolen
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Mulled or flavoured
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Having a healthy skin tone, especially one that is reddish in color
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At a high, but comforting, temperature
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The pleasantness of warm and sunny weather
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Damp with perspiration
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Agitated or stressed
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With little or no rainfall or humidity
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Having glamour
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Highly stimulating to the senses
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(of a wire or device) Electrically charged or energized
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Dangerous or perilous
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White-hot, incandescent
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Full of energy and enthusiasm