Of an object, having a high temperature. (adjective)
Of the weather, causing the air to be hot. (adjective)
Of a person or animal, feeling the sensation of heat, especially to the point of discomfort. (adjective)
Of food, spicy. (adjective)
Electrically charged (adjective)
Of a person, very physically or sexually attractive. (adjective)
Sexual; involving sexual intercourse or sexual excitement. (adjective)
Popular; in demand. (adjective)
Very close to finding or guessing something to be found or guessed. (adjective)
Performing strongly; having repeated successes (adjective)
Fresh; just released (adjective)
Uncomfortable, difficult to deal with; awkward, dangerous, unpleasant. (adjective)
To heat, or to become hot (verb)
To become lively or exciting (verb)
Examples of word hot
Â· At times you may suddenly feel very hot or sweaty (this is also called having Â‘hot flashesÂ’).
Absolutely clean napkins and tray cloths, a few green leaves about the plate, a rose on the tray; the chop or piece of chicken, the bird or the piece of steak ornamented with sprigs of parsley, the cold things really cold, and the hot ones _hot_, these are necessities of invalid's feeding, that mark the nurse who has a proper appreciation of a sick person's delicate sensibilities.
What I wanted was a hot Scotch and a hot chop and hot potatoes -- everything _hot_.
Hot water plates are very convenient, and easily procured at any large china shop; but if they cannot be found, put the hot plate containing the chop over a bowl of boiling water, and cover with a hot saucer, fold a napkin around the baked potato, and you can carry the tray containing the dinner through cold halls and up staircases and it will arrive at your patient's room _hot.
Be sure, if you have French toast, hot cakes or waffles served, that they come from the kitchen _hot_.