Definition, Meaning, Synonyms & Anagrams | English word HOT


HOT

Definitions of HOT

  1. Very close to finding or guessing something to be found or guessed.
  2. Active, in use or ready for use (like a bullet or a firing range), turned on (like a microphone or camera).
  3. Hotly, at a high temperature.
  4. Rapidly, quickly.
  5. Relating to heat and conditions which produce it.
  6. (figurative) Relating to excited emotions.
  7. Relating to popularity, quality, or the state of being interesting.
  8. Relating to danger or risk.
  9. (of food) Spicy, pungent, piquant, as some chilis and other spices are.
  10. (of an electric musical instrument) Loud, producing a strong electric signal for the amplifier.
  11. (slang) Used to emphasize the short duration or small quantity of something
  12. (slang, of a vehicle or aircraft) Extremely fast or with great speed.
  13. (especially in the phrase "come in hot", "go in hot") While shooting, while firing one's weapon(s).
  14. (with up) To heat; to make or become hot.
  15. (with up) To become lively or exciting.
  16. (electronics) Acronym of hybrid-orientation technology. (CMOS fabrication technology that uses PMOS and NMOS substrates with differing orientations)
  17. (electronics) Acronym of hybrid-orientation technique. (a technique that applies the technology)
  18. (automotive) Acronym of high-output turbo. (turbocharger)
  19. (traffic control) Acronym of high occupancy or toll lane.
  20. (video games) Initialism of health over time: a status effect that restores health points as time passes
  21. (traffic control) Acronym of high occupancy or toll.

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