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Meaning of "hot" in Essential English Dictionary

hot

adjective   /hɒt/ (hotter, hottest)
A1 very warm: a hot summer’s day a hot drink →  Opposite cold adj
to be/feel hot
A1 to feel very warm: I’m too hot in this jacket. →  Opposite cold adj
B1 Hot food contains strong spices that cause a burning feeling in your mouth: The sauce is very hot – be careful! →  Opposite mild
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