of food : having a component (such as capsaicin) that creates a burning or tingling sensation in the mouth : pungent, peppery

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the sun shines hot—William Shakespeare
He took her up her supper, saying, "I"ve hotted the soup, and I found the chicken."—Mrs. Henry Dudeney (Alice Louisa Dudenay)
hotted up the kettle… he was sitting by the fire hotting up some of his cider in a saucepan; this he was taking with rosemary lớn cure his cold.—Fred Archer


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Adjective It is hot in the summer và cold in the winter. The baked potatoes were too hot to handle with our bare hands. We worked all afternoon in the hot sun. The chicken was fried in hot oil. Your forehead feels hot. I think you might have a fever. I was feeling hot & tired. a selection of hot beverages The new toys are so hot that stores can"t keep them in stock. Her new book is a hot seller. She spoke about the latest hot trends in the computer industry. Adverb workers were working hot và heavy to repair the breach in the levee See More
Ideal for hot summer days, this pineapple treat is a tangy, melt-in-your-mouth frozen mixture. —Jenna Sims, Southern Living, 12 June 2023 Steep mountainside was covered in desiccated brush, and by the middle of the day, the rocks were hot to the touch. —Joseph Bien-Kahn, Rolling Stone, 11 June 2023 SPACs, or special-purpose acquisition companies, are shell firms that go public for the sole purpose of merging with a hot startup, which then replaces the SPAC in the stock market. —The Week Staff, The Week, 10 June 2023 But Montañez"s claims have been the source of flaming hot arguments. —Pamela Avila, USA TODAY, 10 June 2023 Advertisement - Continue Reading Below 13 Pink Tourmaline Tennis Bracelet $40 at Amazon Tennis bracelets are a hot seller on Amazon, and this pink version is too good to lớn pass up. —Cailey Lindberg, goodhousekeeping.com, 10 June 2023 Lance Thomas, principal at Thomas Guy Interiors, is a tín đồ of eucalyptus sheets for hot climates. —Barbara Bellesi Zito, Better Homes và Gardens, 9 June 2023 British Columbia spent 801 million Canadian dollars (about $601 million) on fighting forest fires during the unusually hot year 2021 wildfire season, which saw fire wipe out the town of Lytton. —Ian Austen, New York Times, 9 June 2023 This is a great way lớn cool off on a hot summer day — just don"t forget your sunscreen. —Elizabeth Rhodes, Travel + Leisure, 9 June 2023
Missouri came out hot in the third quarter, quickly taking a lead. —Arkansas Online, 3 Mar. 2023 In 2019 Bodin Danielsson và Töres Theorell of Stockholm University studied hot-desking offices that skimped on breakout rooms or otherwise didn"t have enough space for everyone to lớn find a work space to their liking, & employees were unhappier with this office type. —George Musser, Scientific American, 14 Mar. 2023 Rocket Lab has already hot-fired a Rutherford engine recovered from an Electron flight. —Eric Berger, Ars Technica, 31 Mar. 2023 But there are also those who love being toyed with, & hot-potatoing a narrative back và forth in our hands without needing concrete A-to-B answers — who appreciate a horror vibe. —David Fear, Rolling Stone, 30 Mar. 2023 The Brewers arrived in San Diego already missing the services of shortstop Willy Adames (ankle), right-handed starter Freddy Peralta (shoulder) then lost hot-hitting outfielder Hunter Renfroe to a strained hamstring during the series opener Monday night. —Andrew Wagner, Forbes, 27 May 2022 Dixon’s preferred recipe starts with flaking kippered, or hot-smoked, salmon into a bowl. —Teresa Nowakowski, Smithsonian Magazine, 20 Mar. 2023 The 15 first-half points off additional chances helped Toronto keep pace with hot-shooting Milwaukee in the first half, trailing 58-56. —Jim Owczarski, Journal Sentinel, 19 Mar. 2023 Watch Now The Heat The Heat | Official Trailer | 20th Century FOX Watch on Chaos arises when arrogant FBI agent Sarah has to lớn work with a hot-headed detective Shannon lớn take down one of the most powerful drug lords in Boston. —Tori Polizzotto, ELLE, 28 Feb. 2023
Running an iron hot makes things easier lớn solder, but also runs the risk of melting components. —Matt Crisara, Popular Mechanics, 4 Apr. 2023 Baseball is a game of highs and lows, hots and colds, peaks and valleys. —Nathan Ruiz, Baltimore Sun, 22 Mar. 2023 Like, smoldering, earth-torching hot. —Lars Brandle, Billboard, 14 Mar. 2023 Kept the cold cold and the hot hot. —Katie Jackson, Travel + Leisure, 4 Mar. 2023 As in primal, animal-energy hot. —Amy Eisinger, M.a., SELF, 10 Feb. 2023 With this hot of a start, and this condensed of a season, nothing is off the table for Colorado. —Kyle Newman, The Denver Post, 4 Aug. 2020 Now the consequences are being felt: a three-month-long flood in the Florida Keys, wildfires across a record hot and dry Australia, deadly heat waves in Europe. —Somini Sengupta, New York Times, 12 Mar. 2020 Pwell had 12 points, seven rebounds & three blocked s hots, and Laquaria Mays had 12 points – all on 3-pointers – to lớn go with three assists & three steals. —Josh Bean | Jbean
So, she hot glued them khổng lồ a piece of twine and strung it across the ceiling. —Hadley Keller, House Beautiful, 24 Dec. 2019 The holding company – which traces its roots lớn hot the ’90s web firm CMGI — consists of two units today, one in supply chain management và the other in direct marketing. —Boston
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Middle English hot, hoot, (northern) hat, going back lớn Old English hāt, going back to Germanic *haita- (whence also Old Frisian & Old Saxon hēt "having a high temperature, burning," Old High German heiz, Old Norse heitr), of uncertain origin

Note: For Germanic verb and noun derivatives of *haita- see heat entry 1, heat entry 2. The Early Modern English shortening of Middle English long xuất hiện o in hot has been explained as influence of the comparative và superlative forms, but this does not appear to lớn have occurred in analogous cases. The Germanic adjective *haita-, from a presumed pre-Germanic *koid-, is reflected in other ablaut variants, as Gothic heito "fever," from *hītōn- (from *keid-) & a zero grade in Old Frisian hette, hitte "heat," Old High German hizzea, hizza (from *kid-); all these may reflect an unattested strong verb *hītan-. Traditionally the base *keid- has been connected by means of a "root extension" *-d- with Old High German hei, gehei, geheige "heat, drought," Middle Dutch hei "hot, dry," from a presumed Indo-European verb base *kei- "burn, heat" (in earlier literature *kai-, though there appears to lớn be no reason to lớn posit such a vocalism). These forms have in turn been compared with a series of Baltic words (as Lithuanian kaičiù, kaĩsti "to heat," kaistù, kaĩsti "to become hot"), from *koit- with a different root extension -t-.


Middle English hot, hote, hoote, going back lớn Old English hāte, derivative of hāt hot entry 1


derivative of hot entry 1

Note: Frequently nominalized as a pair with cold entry 1 (the nominal equivalent of which is identical with the adjective), a connection that goes back khổng lồ Old English ("hat and ceald").


Middle English hoten, going back khổng lồ Old English hātian, gehātian, derivative of hāt hot entry 1

a piece of advice or information that you believe is accurate about what will happen or what lớn do, especially from someone with special knowledge about a subject:
Hot goods have been recently stolen and are therefore difficult to lớn sell or dangerous to khuyễn mãi giảm giá with because the police are still looking for them.
(of food) causing a feeling in the mouth like burning or tingling (= as if a lot of sharp points are being put in quickly & lightly):

the practice of being aware of your body, mind, & feelings in the present moment, thought to create a feeling of calm

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