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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The Rick Perry 2012 button is a hot item at the Republican Leadership Conference in New Orleans, where several major presidential contenders are fighting to win the who-is-most-conservative contest.
com, with cell phones, consumer electronics, apparel and fashion accessories the main Hot Item categories.
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.
Upcoming features and downloads are sure to make the PSP a hot item for some time.
SINCE THE EVENTS of 2001, public diplomacy--aka "soft propaganda"--has become a hot item on foreign-policy agendas to a degree not seen since the start of the cold war, and it should come as no surprise that the State Department is expected to take a leading role in the battle for hearts and minds.
Moreover, their company, Cinemaginaire, also produced Emile Gaudreault's Mambo Italiano, a hot item in the market that is already a hit in Quebec and probably will be in the rest of North America when it opens wide in the fall.
THE Kwak'wala Hymnal has arrived and is expected to be a hot item up and down the coast of Vancouver Island.
Right now it seems to be that color is the hot item, but I don't know why," comments one reprocessor.
Cigars may not be the hot item they were a couple of years ago, but Marvin R.
Tocumen only handles 67,000 tons of cargo, growing at 5% or 7% a year--not a hot item," he says.
The rollover feature should make small business investments a hot item.
The newly revised 1993 edition of Standards for Day and Resident Camps has been a hot item in the ACA Bookstore this fall.
They might not have the same appeal as videocassette recorders or microwave ovens, but personal seismographs could become a hot item in the San Francisco Bay area if a new proposal gains momentum.