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(adj., adj.sat, verb)


There are 23 meanings of the word Hot.

How to pronounce hot:


Hot - as an adjective

Used of physical heat; having a high or higher than desirable temperature or giving off heat or feeling or causing a sensation of heat or burning

Example: "Hot stove"

Antonyms (Opposite Meaning)

(extended meanings, especially of psychological heat) marked by intensity or vehemence especially of passion or enthusiasm

Example: "A hot temper"

Antonyms (Opposite Meaning)

Hot - as an adjective satellite

Characterized by violent and forceful activity or movement; very intense

Example: "The fighting became hot and heavy"

Synonyms (Exact Relations)

(color) bold and intense

Example: "Hot pink"

Sexually excited or exciting

Example: "Was hot for her"

Recently stolen or smuggled

Example: "Hot merchandise"

Very fast; capable of quick response and great speed

Example: "A hot sports car"

Synonyms (Exact Relations)

Wanted by the police

Example: "A hot suspect"

Producing a burning sensation on the taste nerves

Example: "Hot salsa"

Synonyms (Exact Relations)

Performed or performing with unusually great skill and daring and energy

Example: "A hot drummer"

Very popular or successful

Example: "One of the hot young talents"

Very unpleasant or even dangerous

Example: "Make it hot for him"

Newest or most recent

Example: "News hot off the press"

Synonyms (Exact Relations)

Having or bringing unusually good luck

Example: "Hot at craps"

Very good; often used in the negative

Example: "He's hot at math but not so hot at history"

Made recently

Example: "A hot scent"

Having or showing great eagerness or enthusiasm

Example: "Hot for travel"

Of a seeker; very near to the object sought

Example: "You are hot"

Having or dealing with dangerously high levels of radioactivity

Example: "Hot fuel rods"

Charged or energized with electricity

Example: "A hot wire"

Synonyms (Exact Relations)

Marked by excited activity

Example: "A hot week on the stock market"

Hot - as a verb

(with up) to heat; to make or become hot.

(with up) to become lively or exciting.

Example Sentences

"The coffee is too hot to drink."
"She put on sunscreen to protect her skin from the hot sun."
"The hot summer days can be unbearable without air conditioning."
"Do you like your soup served hot or cold?"
"I didn't expect the food to be so hot. I burned my tongue."
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Word Game Points

Is HOT a valid Scrabble word?
Yes, hot is valid for both Scrabble US and EU
US/CA Valid UK/EU Valid

HOT has a SCRABBLE points total of 6.

Is HOT a valid Words With Friends word?
Yes, hot is valid for Words With Friends
Valid Word
HOT has a WORDS WITH FRIENDS points total of 5.

Is HOT a valid WordFeud word?
Yes, hot is valid for WordFeud
Valid Word
HOT has a WORDFEUD points total of 6.

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