- adj. 热的；辣的；强烈的
- adv. 激动地；趁热地
- v. （使）变热
- 热的，温度高的， 使人感到热的
- 强烈的，激烈的 ，猛烈的
- 棘手的，艰难的， 危险的
- 激烈起来（hot up），变得激动
- <口>使热， 给...加温
- 热的,烫的 having a relatively or noticeably high temperature; giving off hot
- 辣的 producing a burning sensation to the taste
- 棘手的,争议大的 likely to cause strong feelings and argument, and therefore difficult to deal with
- 激烈的,热烈的 intense; fiery; passionate
- 火爆的 excitable
- 刚做好的,最新的,热门的 fresh and strong; very recent and usually sensational
used of physical heat; having a high or higher than desirable temperature or giving off heat or feeling or causing a sensation of heat or burning;
"a hot August day"
"a hot stuffy room"
"she's hot and tired"
"a hot forehead"
characterized by violent and forceful activity or movement; very intense;
"the fighting became hot and heavy"
"a hot engagement"
"a raging battle"
"the river became a raging torrent"
extended meanings; especially of psychological heat; marked by intensity or vehemence especially of passion or enthusiasm;
"a hot temper"
"a hot topic"
"a hot new book"
"a hot love affair"
"a hot argument"
(color) bold and intense;
sexually excited or exciting;
"was hot for her"
recently stolen or smuggled;
"a hot car"
very fast; capable of quick response and great speed;
"a hot sports car"
"a blistering pace"
"got off to a hot start"
"in hot pursuit"
"a red-hot line drive"
wanted by the police;
"a hot suspect"
producing a burning sensation on the taste nerves;
"jalapeno peppers are very hot"
performed or performing with unusually great skill and daring and energy;
"a hot drummer"
"he's hot tonight"
very popular or successful;
"one of the hot young talents"
"cabbage patch dolls were hot last season"
very unpleasant or even dangerous;
"make it hot for him"
"in the hot seat"
"in hot water"
newest or most recent;
"news hot off the press"
having or bringing unusually good luck;
"hot at craps"
"the dice are hot tonight"
very good; often used in the negative;
"he's hot at math but not so hot at history"
"a hot scent"
having or showing great eagerness or enthusiasm;
"hot for travel"
of a seeker; very near to the object sought;
"you are hot"
having or dealing with dangerously high levels of radioactivity;
"hot fuel rods"
"a hot laboratory"
charged or energized with electricity;
"a hot wire"
"a live wire"
marked by excited activity;
"a hot week on the stock market"
- A bowl of hot chicken soup is good for you.
- The hot weather has soured the milk.
- This dish is a bit hot.
- I could not bear with his hot temper.
- This food is best while eaten hot.
- I am going to hot up some food for you.
- Things were beginning to hot up again there.
- A blast of hot air blows in.
- There is hot wind from a desert.
- The hot gas is used to produce steam which will drive electricity generators.
- His hot pancakes are delicious, you buy them straight from the kitchen to eat in your hands.
- It was bitterly cold walking home tonight but the thought of a hot drink in the house spurred me on.
- Washing wool in hot water will shrink it.
- Take care not to take up the hot coals with your bare hands.
- All I want is a hot bath.
- Thick woollen clothes are not appropriate for a hot summer day.
- The dry undergrowth was almost set alight by the hot sun.
- I am not keen on a hot place.
- He is now accustomed to the hot weather.
- It was too hot a day that we decided to go to the sea.
- This is a hot city.
- Hot words were exchanged between the two men.
- He is a person of hot temper.
- I like reading hot news.
- We are assured that our goods will sell like hot cakes.
- He got himself into a lot of hot water.
- How hot is the water?
- The weather has been very hot.
- It is certainly hot today, but still it might be hotter.
- It's hot like in midsummer.
- Even the coolest star is unimaginably hot by human standards.
- Awfully hot, isn't it?
- They were hot, dirty, and exhausted.
- That fire is hot.
- Pepper and mustard are hot.
- The argument became hot.
- Finish writing that story while you're still hot.
- Why is Madonna so hot in America?
- His plan to raise the money in a hurry wasn't so hot.
- He didn't flunk out, but his record isn't so hot.
- The boys are hot after the treasure.
- He came in rather hot about it.
- He is hot at history.
- You're hot from all that exercise.
- The cards are hot for me tonight.
- He was hot on anyone who made the slightest mistake.
- They are hot on gambling.
- I was hot on playing basketball when I was in college.
- The food is too hot to eat.
- The weather is hot enough to kill off even the mosquitoes.
- It was so hot that we had to have the electric fan on all day long.
- The roast duck has to be eating piping hot.
- That long run has made me hot.
- blue hot and cold
摇摆不定 be changeable in one's opinion
- hot and bothered
发愁,着急; 不高兴 worried by a feeling that things are going wrong
- hot on sb's heels〔tracks, trail〕 (of)
紧紧跟踪,紧追 chasing and ready to catch sb
- make it hot for
刁难某人 drive sb away by unpleasant behaviour or by causing difficulties
make it hot for sb
Ever since their argument the master has been making it hot for the young teacher.
自他们发生争执起,校长老是刁难这位年轻教师。make it hot for sb to-v
You are making it too hot for me to stay here.
His opponents soon made it too hot for him to hold the job.
- hot air 胡说八道,浮夸的文章
- hot argument 激烈的争论
- hot blast 热鼓风
- hot cake 烤饼
- hot debate 激烈的辩论
- hot dog 热狗
- hot fight 激战
- hot forehead 发烫的前额
- hot iron 一块烧红的铁
- hot laboratory 强放射性物质研究实验室
- hot line 热线
- hot material 强放射性物质
- hot money (为获取高利或保障币值而)由一国转移至另一国的流动资金
- hot news 最新消息
- hot piano playing 节奏强的钢琴演奏
- hot plate 电炉,煤气灶
- hot pot 罐闷土豆烧牛〔羊〕肉
- hot potato 难题
- hot seat 电椅,困境
- hot situation 危险的情况
- hot spring 温泉
- hot subject 热烈讨论中的题目
- hot temper 急躁的脾气
- hot war 热战
- hot water 热水,麻烦
- hot weather 热天气
- hot spring 温泉
- hot words 激烈的争吵
- be hot at chess 对下棋很拿手
- be hot for reform 迫切要求改革
- make it hot for sb 刁难某人
- be hot from the battle field 刚从战场归来
- hot off the press 最新出版的
- be hot on playing cards 热衷于打牌
- be hot on sb 对某人非常严厉
- be hot on sb's trail 紧紧追赶某人
- get hot over an argument 争论得激动起来
- be hot under the collar 发怒
- hot with rage 非常愤怒
- hot with shame 非常羞愧
- hot with zeal 非常热情
A grey rock which smokes like a hot cinder after a shower.出自： J. Conrad
The hot sun beat on the earth.出自： J. Steinbeck
We were there during the phenomenally hot July of 1911.出自： Day Lewis
Immediately the day hotted up with the return of the sun.出自： E. Mannin
The..takeover battle for control of John Waddington will hot up this week.出自：Guardian
The sun shines hot.出自：3 Henry VI , Shakespeare
Fast and hot Against them pour'd the ceaseless shot.出自： Byron
- hot, warm
- 这两个词都有“热”“暖”的意思,其差别是:warm指不太高的温度,语气比hot弱,强调“暖”; hot则指很高的温度,强调“热”。例如:
- The weather is getting warmer and warmer.天气渐渐暖和起来了。
- ☆ 直接源自古英语的hat，意为热的，冷的反面。