hot item

hot item

1. n. an item that sells well. This little thing is a hot item this season.
2. n. a romantically serious couple. Sam and Mary are quite a hot item lately.
See also: hot, item
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Sugarplums are a hot item on fine dining menus across the country, according to Menu Insights.
LE FLEUR: The ``flower bottle'' by Perrier-Jouet continues to be a hot item at this time of year.
99) that give wearers a chance to pound things with little damage, has been a hot item since the summer release of ``The Hulk.
A hot item on the design plate is wall treatments of all types: upholstered, papered, tiled, built-up or faux-finished - real attention has been paid to this important canvas.
Property here has recently become a hot item for Italians, says Pompilj, because of: The weak dollar and strong lira, the loosening of currency control regulations in Italy, low interest rates coupled with depressed prices of Manhattan real estate, and concern over Italy's political stability.
If people can satisfy whatever that primal yearning is for the SUV and also get 40 mpg, that's going to be a hot item,'' Hinerfeld said.
As home spas have become more popular than ever, specialty bed and bath linens are definitely a hot item this holiday season; yet, many consumers have in-depth questions about the differences in thread count, fabrics and color schemes," commented Shannon Miller, eBay PowerSeller, Venus Rising Limited.
We definitely know that apparel and accessories are always a hot item, as well as electronics,'' Fiore said.
If there's a hot item, the phone rings all day long.
Each day from November 29 through December 16, a limited quantity of that day's featured hot item will be made available on the site at three different times - noon, 3 p.
Traveler's checks are also a hot item in the Antelope Valley since they can be printed on home computer systems.
Software maintenance renewal revenue is rapidly becoming the hot item for software publishers and may even surpass license sales next year, according to IDC, an IT market research company.
MADONNA proved she's still got it, by choosing a hot item from Dolce & Gabbana to show off at the Oscars - model Adam Senn.
Satellite navigation systems are a hot item amongst thieves.
And none of them is playing a remotely hot item -- unless a spinster teacher (Dame Judi Dench, 72, as Barbara Covett in ``Notes on a Scandal''), an ice-cold fashionista (Meryl Streep, 58, as Miranda Priestly in ``The Devil Wears Prada'') or a stiff monarch (Helen Mirren, 61, as Queen Elizabeth II in ``The Queen'') turns you on.