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hot

1. slang Sexually attractive. I kept trying to work up the nerve to talk to the hot guy at the other end of the bar.
2. slang Sexually aroused or excited; lustful. You don't want to know the kinky things that get him hot! I think she's hot for you, dude.
3. slang Especially popular and desirable. He's one of the hottest directors in Hollywood right now. Her recent bestselling novel is proof that the incredibly popular author is still as hot as ever. People across the country are scrambling to get their hands on the hottest new toy this Christmas.
4. slang Of or characterized by repeated success or exceptional good fortune. The team has been really hot this season, racking up their seventh consecutive victory last night against their rivals.
5. slang Having an exceptional or unusual amount of good fortune. I was on a hot streak at the craps table last night.
6. slang Recently obtained by illegal means, especially theft. You know we can't sell a car that hot. Come back in a few months. Be careful if you buy merchandise from street vendors—some of it may be hot.
7. slang Currently being sought by the police. Tommy the Toque is going to be hot for quite a while after this. He'll need somewhere to lie low until things quiet down.
Farlex Dictionary of Idioms. © 2015 Farlex, Inc, all rights reserved.

hot

1. and hot under the collar mod. angry. Gee, that guy is really hot under the collar. What did I do?
2. mod. wanted by the police. (Underworld.) Lefty is hot because of his part in the bank job.
3. mod. stolen. Rocko won’t touch a hot watch or anything else hot.
4. mod. carrying contraband and subject to arrest if caught. Lefty was hot and needed a place to stay.
5. mod. having a run of good luck in gambling. I was hot when I started. I’m broke now.
6. mod. of great renown; doing quite well for the time being. The opera tenor was hot, and even the lowbrows would pay to hear him.
7. mod. alcohol intoxicated. (Old.) Willy was too hot to stand up.
8. mod. selling well. These things are really hot this season.
9. mod. sexy; sexually arousing. Wow, who was that hot hunk you were with?
McGraw-Hill's Dictionary of American Slang and Colloquial Expressions Copyright © 2006 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc. All rights reserved.
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