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hot and heavy

1. Excited and heated. For the sake of everyone else here, please don't get into any hot and heavy conversations about politics with my father.
2. Sexually or romantically passionate. Our relationship is just casual—nothing hot and heavy.
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hot and heavy

Fig. referring to serious passion or emotions. Things were getting a little hot and heavy so Ellen asked to be taken home. The movie had one hot and heavy scene after another. Pretty soon it got to be a joke.
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hot and heavy

1. Very enthusiastic and excited, as in That was a hot and heavy debate. This slangy expression employs hot in the sense of "characterized by intense feeling," a usage dating from the tenth century a.d., and heavy in the sense of "serious."
2. Passionate, lustful, as in They were awfully young to be so hot and heavy about their romance. This slangy term employs hot in the sense of "sexually aroused," a usage dating from about 1500.
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hot and heavy

intense; with intensity. North American informal
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hot and heavy

1. Informal Passionate or intense: Interest in the new stock was hot and heavy.
2. Characterized by or engaging in amorous or sexual activity.
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