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  • adj.温度高的;热的;觉得闷(或燥、湿)热;使人感到热的
  • v.〈英〉变热;变得激动;骚动起来;使骚动
  • adv.趁热;猛烈地;愤怒地
  • Web热门;热点;辣的
Comparative Degree:hotter  Superlative:hottest  
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adj.
温度temperature
1.
温度高的;热的having a high temperature; producing heat
Do you like this hot weather?
你喜欢这种炎热的天气吗?
It's hot today, isn't it?
今天很热,对吗?
It was hot and getting hotter.
天气很热,而且气温在不断升高。
It was the hottest July on record.
那是历史记载中最热的七月。
a hot dry summer
炎热干燥的夏天
Be careful─the plates are hot.
当心,盘子烫手。
All rooms have hot and cold water.
所有的房间都有冷、热水。
a hot bath
热水浴
a hot meal(= one that has been cooked)
热的饭菜
I couldn't live in a hot country(= one which has high average temperatures) .
我无法在炎热的国家生活。
Cook in a very hot oven.
放在烤箱里用高温烤。
Eat it while it's hot.
趁热吃了它吧。
I touched his forehead. He felt hot and feverish.
我摸了摸他的前额,感到很烫,是在发烧。
2.
觉得闷(或燥、湿)热feeling heat in an unpleasant or uncomfortable way
Is anyone too hot?
有人觉得太热了吗?
I feel hot.
我觉得很热。
Her cheeks were hot with embarrassment.
她的双颊窘得发烫。
3.
使人感到热的making you feel hot
London was hot and dusty.
伦敦很热而且灰尘多。
a long hot journey
又远又热的旅行
辣的食物food with spices
4.
辣的;辛辣的containing pepper and spices and producing a burning feeling in your mouth
hot spicy food
辛辣的食物
You can make a curry hotter simply by adding chillies.
你只需加辣椒就能增加咖喱菜的辣味。
hot mustard
辣芥末
引起强烈感情causing strong feelings
5.
活跃的;激烈的;强烈的involving a lot of activity, argument or strong feelings
Today we enter the hottest phase of the election campaign.
今天我们进入了竞选活动最激烈的阶段。
The environment has become a very hot issue.
环境已成为很热门的话题。
Competition is getting hotter day by day.
竞争日趋白热化。
艰难;危险difficult/dangerous
6.
艰难的;棘手的;危险的difficult or dangerous to deal with and making you feel worried or uncomfortable
When things got too hot most journalists left the area.
事态发展到过于严峻时,大多数记者便撤离了这个地区。
They're making life hot for her.
他们使得她日子难过。
流行popular
7.
(informal)
风行的;风靡一时的;走红的new, exciting and very popular
This is one of the hottest clubs in town.
这是市里一家最受欢迎的夜总会。
They are one of this year's hot new bands.
他们是今年走红的新乐队之一。
The couple are Hollywood's hottest property .
这一对是好莱坞最炙手可热的人物。
新闻news
8.
最新的,新近的(通常令人兴奋)fresh, very recent and usually exciting
I've got some hot gossip for you!
我要告诉你一些最新的传闻!
a story that is hot off the press(= has just appeared in the newspapers)
刚刚出炉的报道
热门tip/favourite
9.
[obn]
有望成功的likely to be successful
She seems to be the hot favourite for the job.
她似乎是这份工作最热门的人选。
Do you have any hot tips for today's race?
你有今天赛马的内部消息吗?
擅长;熟识good at sth/knowing a lot
10.
[nbn]
(informal)
~ at/on sth
善于(做某事);(对某事)了解很多very good at doing sth; knowing a lot about sth
Don't ask me─I'm not too hot on British history.
别问我,我不大了解英国历史。
愤怒anger
11.
易发怒的;(脾气)暴躁的if sb has ahot temper they become angry very easily
性激动sexual excitement
12.
感到(或引起)性激动的feeling or causing sexual excitement
You were as hot for me as I was for you.
当时你想要我,我也想要你。
I've got a hot date tonight.
我今晚有一场令人激动的约会。
惊人;严重shocking/critical
13.
(场面、说话等)过激的,过火的containing scenes, statements, etc. that are too shocking or too critical and are likely to cause anger or disapproval
Some of the nude scenes were regarded as too hot for Broadway.
有些裸露场面被认为太过火了,不适合在百老汇上演。
The report was highly critical of senior members of the Cabinet and was considered too hot to publish.
报道中对内阁高级官员的批评被认为过于激烈,不宜发表。
严格strict
14.
[nbn]
~ on sth
重视,确保(某事发生或完成)thinking that sth is very important and making sure that it always happens or is done
They're very hot on punctuality at work.
他们很重视工作守时。
音乐music
15.
节奏强的having a strong and exciting rhythm
货物goods
16.
偷来(因容易识别)而难以销赃的stolen and difficult to get rid of because they can easily be recognized
I'd never have touched those CDs if I'd known they were hot.
早知道那些光盘是偷来的,我绝不会碰的。
儿童游戏in children's games
17.
[nbn]
快找到了;快猜中了used in children's games to say that the person playing is very close to finding a person or thing, or to guessing the correct answer
You're getting hot!
你快猜中了!
IDM
be hot to trot
期待(某活动)to be very enthusiastic about starting an activity
欲火中烧;性欲高涨to be excited in a sexual way
be in/get into hot water
(informal)
有麻烦;惹上麻烦to be in or get into trouble
When the phone rang I just went hot and cold.
电话铃响时我吓得一阵冷一阵热。
go hot and cold
突然感到害怕(或焦虑)to experience a sudden feeling of fear or anxiety
When the phone rang I just went hot and cold.
电话铃响时我吓得一阵冷一阵热。
go/sell like hot cakes
畅销to sell quickly or in great numbers
(all) hot and bothered
(informal)
(因压力过大、有难题、时间紧迫等)焦灼不安,心慌意乱in a state of anxiety or confusion because you are under too much pressure, have a problem, are trying to hurry, etc.
He turned and fled with Peter hot on his heels.
他转身逃跑,彼得穷追不舍。
Further successes came hot on the heels of her first best-selling novel.
她的第一部畅销小说之后是接二连三的成功。
hot on sbs/sths heels
紧跟着;接踵而至following sb/sth very closely
He turned and fled with Peter hot on his heels.
他转身逃跑,彼得穷追不舍。
Further successes came hot on the heels of her first best-selling novel.
她的第一部畅销小说之后是接二连三的成功。
hot on sbs/sths tracks/trail
(informal)
快要抓到,即将找到(某人或物)close to catching or finding the person or thing that you have been chasing or searching for
He got very hot under the collar when I asked him where he'd been all day.
我问他一整天到哪里去了,他很尴尬。
hot under the collar
(informal)
愤怒的;窘迫的angry or embarrassed
He got very hot under the collar when I asked him where he'd been all day.
我问他一整天到哪里去了,他很尴尬。
She sped away in her car with journalists in hot pursuit.
她开车迅速离去,记者们则在后面穷追不舍。
in hot pursuit (of sb)
(对某人)穷追不舍following sb closely and determined to catch them
She sped away in her car with journalists in hot pursuit.
她开车迅速离去,记者们则在后面穷追不舍。
Her spelling isn't too hot.
她的拼写不太好。
‘How are you today?’ ‘Not so hot, I'm afraid.’
“你今天怎么样?”“很遗憾,不怎么样。”
not so/too hot
质量不大好not very good in quality
Her spelling isn't too hot.
她的拼写不太好。
不舒服not feeling well
‘How are you today?’ ‘Not so hot, I'm afraid.’
“你今天怎么样?”“很遗憾,不怎么样。”
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