Traducción en español de “hot”
hot adjective /hot/
› having or causing a great deal of heat
a hot oven That water is hot. › very warm
caluroso, cálido (día); acalorado
a hot day Running makes me feel hot. › (of food) having a sharp, burning taste
a hot curry. › easily made angry
a hot temper. › recent; fresh
reciente; (noticias) frescas
hot news. hotly adverb › eagerly; quickly
muy de cerca; con ahínco
The thieves were hotly pursued by the police. › angrily; passionately
The accusations were hotly denied. hot air noun › boastful words, promises that will not be kept etc
palabras al aire
Most of what he said was just hot air. hot-air balloon noun › a large balloon that is filled with hot air and has a basket attached below it for carrying passengers.
hot-blooded adjective › passionate; having strong feelings
hot-blooded young men. hot dog noun › a hot sausage sandwich.
hotfoot adverb › in a great hurry
corriendo, con mucha prisa, a toda velocidad
He arrived hotfoot from the meeting. hothead noun › a hotheaded person
impetuoso, exaltado, impulsivo
Some local hotheads had caused a fight in a bar. hotheaded adjective › easily made angry; inclined to act suddenly and without sufficient thought
a hot-headed young man. hothouse noun › a glass-house kept warm for growing plants in
He grows orchids in his hothouse. hot-plate noun › the part of a cooker on which food is heated for cooking.
hornillo, placa de cocina
› a portable heated plate of metal etc for keeping plates of food etc hot.
hot-water bottle noun › a rubber container that you fill with hot water and put in a bed to keep it warm.
bolsa de agua caliente
be in the hot seat › to hold an important position which involves having to make important decisions.
estar en el banquillo de los acusados
be in hot water ( get into hot water) › to be in or get into trouble
estar/meterse en problemas
He got into hot water when he was caught cheating in an exam. hot up phrasal verb (past tense, past participle hotted) › to increase; to become more exciting etc
animarse, ponerse caliente
The race is beginning to hot up. in hot pursuit › chasing as fast as one can
pisándole los talones
The thief ran off, with the shopkeeper in hot pursuit. like hot cakes › very quickly
These books are selling like hot cakes.