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    hot查询结果如下:

    音标:[hɑːt] 现在分词:hotting
    过去式:hotted 过去分词:hotted
    名词复数:HOTs 第三人称单数:hots
    比较级:hotter 最高级:hottest

    基本释义/说明: adj.热的
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    a.
    ①热的;
    a hot day
    热天.
    a hot-water bottle
    热水袋.
    feel hot
    感觉热.
    like one`s food hot
    喜欢吃热食.
    It`s getting hotter.
    天气渐渐热起来了.
    Running made me hot.
    我跑得发热.
    This coffee is too hot to drink.
    这咖啡太烫,没法喝.
    ②辣的;
    Pepper,curry and mustard are hot.
    胡椒,咖喱,以及芥末均是辣的.
    ③热情的,热切的;
    be hot for reform
    热烈恳切要求改革.
    be hot on doing sth
    热衷于做某事.
    ④激烈的;猛烈的;
    a hot debate (struggle)
    激烈的辩论(斗争).
    hot words
    激烈的言词.
    in the hottest part of the election campaign
    在竞选运动的最高潮,在竞选运动的最激烈阶段.
    get hot over an argument
    辩论慷慨激昂.
    ⑤(感情)激动的;(脾气)急躁的,发火的;
    hot feelings
    激动的感情.
    sb with a hot temper
    脾气急躁的某人.
    ⑥(事情等)刚发生的,刚开始的;(消息等)最新的;
    hot news
    最新消息;刚到的消息.
    be hot from the battlefield
    刚从战场上来.
    ⑦(狩猎时野兽的气味)新鲜而强烈的;
    ⑧性欲强的;(文艺作品等)淫秽的;
    one of the hottest books
    最淫秽的一本书.
    be hot with passion
    性欲强烈.
    ⑨[俚]被警察通缉或追踪的;赃物难以转移的;
    These articles are too hot to handle (hold).
    这些赃物不易脱手,无法处理.
    ⑩放射性的;
    a hot laboratory
    强放射性物质实验室;原子核实验室.
    ⑾(爵士音乐)节奏强的;
    ad.
    ①热地;刚出来的;
    This book is hot of the press.
    这本书是最近出版的.
    ②热切地;紧迫的;
    come hot on sb`s heels
    紧跟某人而来.
    vt. & vi.
    (使)变热;(使)加温
    -扩展释义
    adj. 【法律专业】
    违禁
    n. 【机械】
    热,有电压的
    N/A
    a.1. 热的,2. 辣的,3. 急躁的;激动的;猛烈的,4. 热情的;热切的,5. (性的)兴奋的;惹人想入非非的,6. (消息等)最新的;热门的,7. [口]通晓的;兴趣浓厚的[F][(+on)]8. 【俚】新近偷来的,9. (爵士音乐)速度快,节奏强的,10. (尤指在儿童游戏中)快找到目标(或答案)的[F]
    adj. 【化学】
    热的,辣的,热烈的,最新的,高放射性的;加热
    -同义词和反义词

    词性:adjective

    例句1. they provided plenty of good hot food’

    反义词系列1

    例句3. she felt hot and her throat was parched’

    同义词系列1
    同义词系列2

    例句4. a very hot dish cooked with green chilli’

    反义词系列1
    -hot的不同词性形态

    名词 变体/同根词

    The condition of being hot.
    “They would await his arrival until the unbearable hotness of the midday sun obliged them to return.”
    “70% of the respondents from Louisville said that the hotness of the peppers was the factor they would consider most important.”
    “The food was great, so were the people, so was the music, so were the sizes of the shots, and let’s not forget the hotness of guys in suits.”
    (Madagascar) A small restaurant.
    (slang) A condition of physical attraction toward (for) someone.
    (英国用法) riding in a high-performance stolen car, especially as a form of display
    “Competition for the young pound is hotting up despite the disappointingly slow start to the government’s child trust fund scheme.”
    “With competition hotting up, you need some preparation and panache to stay at the head of the queue.”
    “The general election is hotting up and the Internet will play a big part in it.”
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