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English definition of “red-hot”

red-hot

adjective     /ˌredˈhɒt/ informal
very successful or popular: The news sent the company's red-hot stock surging upwards more than 21%. a red-hot market/economy
(Definition of red-hot adjective from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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