hotspot Meaning in the Cambridge English Dictionary

Meaning of “hotspot” in the English Dictionary

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hotspotnoun [C]

uk   /ˈhɒt.spɒt/  us   /ˈhɑːt.spɑːt/

hotspot noun [C] (FIGHTING)

a ​place where ​war or other ​fighting is ​likely to ​happen: The ​border has ​become a ​major hotspot.

hotspot noun [C] (POPULAR PLACE)

informal a ​popular and ​excitingplace: The Manhattan is one of the ​best hotspots in ​town.

hotspot noun [C] (INTERNET ACCESS)

a ​publicplace where you can use a ​computer, ​mobilephone, etc. with wi-fi (= a ​system for ​connectingelectronicequipment to the internet without using ​wires): There are ​wi-fi hotspots in all ​ourcafés.
(Definition of hotspot from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “hotspot”
in Chinese (Simplified) 战斗, 多事之地, 热点地区…
in Chinese (Traditional) 戰鬥, 多事之地, 熱門地區…
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