The Word is:”hot”

hot

/hɒt/

adjective

adjective: hot; comparative adjective: hotter; superlative adjective: hottest
1.having a high degree of heat or a high temperature.

“it was hot inside the hall”
synonyms: very warm, balmy, summery, tropical, boiling, boiling hot, blazing hot, baking, scorching, roasting, searing, flaming, parching, blistering, oven-like; More
antonyms: chilly

  • feeling or producing an uncomfortable sensation of heat.
    “she felt hot and her throat was parched”
    synonyms: feverish, fevered, febrile, burning, flushed; More
  • (of food or drink) prepared by heating and served without cooling.
    “this soup is equally good hot or cold”
    synonyms: heated, piping, piping hot, sizzling, steaming, roasting, boiling, boiling hot, searing, scorching, scalding, red-hot
    “they provided plenty of good hot food”
    antonyms: cold
  • informal
    (of an electric circuit) live or at a high voltage.
  • informal
    radioactive.
  • 2.(of food) containing or consisting of pungent spices or peppers which produce a burning sensation when tasted.

    “a very hot dish cooked with green chilli”
    synonyms: spicy, spiced, peppery, piquant, highly seasoned, sharp, fiery, strong, pungent, aromatic
    “a very hot dish cooked with green chilli”
    antonyms: mild

    3.filled with passionate excitement, anger, or other strong emotion.

    “the idea had been nurtured in his hot imagination”
    synonyms: angry, indignant, furious, fiery, seething, raging, boiling, fuming; More
    antonyms: calm

  • lustful or erotic.
    “steamy bed scenes which may be too hot for young fans”
  • (of popular music) strongly rhythmical and excitingly played.
    “hot salsa and lambada dancing”
  • 4.informal

    involving much activity, debate, or interest.
    “the environment has become a very hot issue”
    synonyms: animated, heated, fierce, lively, intense, passionate, impassioned, spirited, ardent, fervent, feverish; More
    antonyms: dispassionate

  • (of news) fresh and of great interest.
    “have I got some hot gossip for you!”
    synonyms: new, fresh, recent, late, up to date, up to the minute; More
    antonyms: old
  • currently popular, fashionable, or in demand.
    “they know the hottest dance moves”
    synonyms: popular, in demand, sought-after, in favour, well liked, well loved; More
    antonyms: unpopular, out of fashion
  • (of a person) sexually attractive.
    “a hot chick”
  • HUNTING
    (of the scent) fresh and strong, indicating that the quarry has passed recently.

  • (in children’s games) very close to finding or guessing something.
  • 5.informal

    very knowledgeable or skilful.
    “Tony is very hot on local history”
    synonyms: knowledgeable about, well informed about, au fait with, up on, well versed in, au courant with; More
    antonyms: ill-informed, apathetic

  • good.
    “this is not so hot for business”
  • regarding (something) as very important; strict about.
    “local customs officers are hot on confiscations”
  • 6.informal

    difficult to deal with.
    “he found my story simply too hot to handle”

  • (of goods) stolen and difficult to dispose of because easily identifiable.
    synonyms: stolen, illegally obtained, under the counter, illegal, illicit, unlawful, smuggled, bootleg, contraband; More
    antonyms: lawful
  • (of a person) wanted by the police.
  • verb BRITISH informal

    verb: hot; 3rd person present: hots; past tense: hotted; past participle: hotted; gerund or present participle: hotting

    1.make or become hot.
    “he hotted up the flask”
    become or make more lively or exciting.
    “the championship contest hotted up”

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