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Translation of "hot" - English-Turkish dictionary

hot

adjective
 
 
/hɒt/ (hotter, hottest)
VERY WARM A1 having a high temperature
sıcak
a hot summer's day a hot drink/meal I'm too hot in this jacket.Hot and heatSultriness and humidity
SPICY B1 Hot food contains strong spices which cause a burning feeling in your mouth.
acı, acılı, baharatlı
Be careful. The chilli sauce is very hot.Various qualities of food
EXCITING informal exciting or interesting
heyecan verici, ilginç
Hollywood's hottest new actressExciting and interesting
a hot issue/topic a subject which people discuss and have strong feelings about
tartışmalı/alevli/sıcak sorun/konu
The legalization of drugs is a hot topic. →  See also piping hot , red-hot Exciting and interestingDebate and discussion
(Definition of hot from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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