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Cook the fish on a hot grill for 5 minutes.
Her forehead still feels hot.
It's so hot in here – can't we open a window?
a pan of boiling hot water
a hot love affair/romance
Our coach has a really hot temper.
hot news about impending changes in Cabinet
the hot new look in women's fashions
one of Hollywood's hottest young directors
She's a very hot property in television.
a hot tip (=a useful piece of advice)
When things got too hot for her at home, she'd stay with a friend.
love scenes that are too hot for TV
Hot for revenge, the soldiers marched northward toward the capital.
Gail's very hot to travel and teach in South America.
The property market is very hot these days.
There is hot competition from other companies to win the contract.
Elizabeth's really hot on nuclear physics.
They're very hot on safety in the workplace.
Rick's temper had landed him in hot water again.
The European Union keeps blowing hot and cold on the issue of membership.
The exiled leader was becoming too hot to handle and the government decided to expel him.
This is the American English definition of hot. View British English definition of hot.