简明英汉词典

hot
[hCt]
adj.
热的, 热情的, 辣的, 激动的, 紧迫的, 节奏强的
adv.
热, 热切的, 紧迫地

美国传统词典[双解]

hot
hot
AHD:[h?t]
D.J.[h%t]
K.K.[h$t]
adj.(形容词)
hot.terhot.test

(1)

Having or giving off heat capable of burning.
热的:具有或散发能燃烧的热量的

(2)

Being at a high temperature.
温度高的

(3)

Being at or exhibiting a temperature that is higher than normal or desirable:
发烫的:处于或显示比正常或需要的温度要高的温度:
a hot forehead.
发烫的前额

(4)

Causing a burning sensation, as in the mouth; spicy:
辛辣的:引起火辣辣的感觉的,如在嘴里;辛辣刺激的:
hot peppers; a hot curry.
辛辣的胡椒粉;辛辣的咖喱粉

(5)

Charged or energized with electricity:
充电的,有电能的:
a hot wire.
高压电线

(6)

Radioactive, especially to a dangerous degree.
高放射性的:放射性的,特别是达危险程度的

(7)

Marked by intensity of emotion; ardent or fiery:
火热的,热烈的;激烈的或暴躁的:
a hot temper.
火爆的脾气

(8)

Having or displaying great enthusiasm; eager:
热烈的,热切的:具有或显示强烈感情的;热切的:
hot for travel.
热衷于旅行

(9)

Informal Arousing intense interest, excitement, or controversy:
【非正式用语】 引起强烈兴趣的,令人激动的,有争议的:
a hot new book; a hot topic.
一本畅销的新书;有争议的话题

(10)

Informal Marked by excited activity or energy:
【非正式用语】 激烈的,热络的:充满激动人心的活动或能量的:
a hot week on the stock market.
股票市场激烈的一周

(11)

Violent; raging:
猛烈的,激烈的:
a hot battle.
激烈的战斗

(12)

Slang Sexually excited or exciting.
【俚语】 性冲动的,令性冲动的

(13)

Slang
【俚语】

(14)

Recently stolen:
刚失窃的:
a hot car.
刚失窃的汽车

(15)

Wanted by the police:
被通缉的:
a hot suspect.
被通缉的嫌疑犯

(16)

Close to a successful solution or conclusion:
接近的:接近正确的解答或结论的:
hot on the trail.
即将找到失去的线索

(17)

Informal
【非正式用语】

(18)

Most recent; new or fresh:
最近的;新的或新鲜的:
a hot news item; the hot fashions for fall.
最新消息;秋天的流行时装

(19)

Currently very popular or successful:
炙手可热的:正值流行的或成功的:
one of the hottest young talents around.
近来炙手可热的年轻才俊之一

(20)

Requiring immediate action or attention:
抢手的:需立即采取行动的或立即注意的:
a hot opportunity.
抢手的机会

(21)

Slang Very good or impressive. Often used in the negative:
【俚语】 很好的或予以深刻印象的。常用于否定句:
I'm not so hot at math.
我对数学没有如此擅长

(22)

Slang Funny or absurd:
【俚语】 有趣的,荒谬的:
told a hot one about the neighbors' dog.
讲一个有关邻居家的狗的有趣故事

(23)

Slang
【俚语】

(24)

Performing with great skill and daring:
技艺精湛的,有胆识的:
a hot drummer.
技艺精湛的鼓手

(25)

Fast and responsive:
快速的,反应快的:
a hot sports car.
开得飞快的赛车

(26)

Unusually lucky:
异乎寻常的幸运的:
hot at craps.
赌运极佳的

(27)

Music Of, relating to, or being an emotionally charged style of performance marked by strong rhythms and improvisation:
【音乐】 节奏强烈的:与一种充满感情的,拍子强烈而又即兴的演奏方式有关的:
hot jazz.
强烈而又即兴的爵士乐

(28)

Color Bold and bright.
【色彩】 浓重明亮的
n.(名词)

hots
Slang Strong sexual attraction or desire. Used with the.
【俚语】 强烈的性吸引或性欲。与the 连用
adv.(副词)

(1)

In a hot manner; hotly.
激烈地;热心地

(2)

While hot:
趁热地:
foods that are best eaten hot.
需趁热吃的食物
v.tr.(及物动词)
hot.tedhot.tinghots
Informal To cause to increase in intensity or excitement. Often used with up :
【非正式用语】 使兴奋,使激动:使提高激烈或兴奋程度。常与up 连用:
“His book is an exercise in the fashionable art of instant history, in which every episode is hotted up with an anecdote”(Harper's)
“他的书是对当今流行艺术的实践,其中每一个插曲都用一件故事来使之更令人兴奋”(哈珀)

习惯用语

hot and bothered【非正式用语】
In a state of agitated excitement; flustered:
激动的,兴奋的;急躁的:
all hot and bothered before the opening performance.
开幕式开始前,所有的人都激动不已

hot to trot【俚语】

(1)

Sexually avid; lascivious.
性欲旺盛的;淫欲的

(2)

Ready and willing; eager.
主动的,愿意的;热切的

hot under the collar【非正式用语】
Angry.
愤怒的

make it hot for【俚语】
To make things uncomfortable or dangerous for:
把事情变得令人不快的或危险的:
Don't make it hot for yourself by needlessly finding fault.
不要吹毛求疵而使自己不快

语源

(1)

Middle English
中古英语

(2)

from Old English h3t * see kai-
源自 古英语 h3t *参见 kai-

继承用法

hotness
n.(名词)

现代英汉词典

hot
[hRt,hBt]
adj.
-tt-

(1)

热的,炎热的,灼热的
The sun is very hot.
太阳炎热。
Here is some hot tea for you.
请喝点热茶。
How hot is the water?
这水有多热?

(2)

辣的
Pepper is hot.
胡椒是辣的。
Pepper makes food hot.
胡椒使食品味辣。
I don't like mustard; it's too hot.
"我不爱吃芥末,这东西太辣了。"

(3)

最新的(新闻)

(4)

激动的;急躁的
a hot temper
暴躁的脾气
A hot-blooded person is one who easily shows strong feelings.
一个易激动的人常常会表现出强烈的感情。
Hot words were exchanged between the two young mem.
两个年青人相互激烈争吵起来。

(5)

好色的;性感强的;淫秽的

(6)

难以脱手的(偷窃来的物品)

(7)

兴趣浓厚的;见闻广博的,博识的
He is hot in mathematics and chemistry.
他数学和化学极好。
Young people are very hot on pop music.
年青人热衷于流行音乐。

习惯用语

get hot
(猜谜游戏中)几乎猜中

get hot under the collar
生气,想争论

not so hot
不太突出;不如预期的好

词性变化

hot
vi.

(1)

(常与up连用)

(2)

白热化

(3)

增强,加强
"There're some dumplings left; I can hot them up in a minute, if you're hungry."
"还有一些团子剩着,如果你饿的活,我马上就可以热好。"

现代英汉综合大辞典

hot
[hCt]
adj.
(hotter; hottest)

(1)

炎热的

(2)

热烈的; 激动的; 猛烈的, 激烈的; 热情的, 紧张的, 急躁的

(3)

(味道)剌激性的, 辛辣的; 强烈的; 渴望的; 给人热感的

(4)

淫秽的, 色情的, (动物)正当交尾期的

(5)

【音】节奏快的; [美俚]吵闹的, 即兴的; 趁热的; (公债等)刚发行的; 新的; [美俚]危险的

(6)

杰出的, 极好的; (选手)强有力的; (演技等)优秀的

(7)

[俚]极走运的; 竞技状态极佳的

(8)

(游戏)接近目的物的; 差一点就(猜中)的

(9)

紧随的, 被通缉的

(10)

[俚]荒诞的, 不可信的, (麦克风)扭开了的; 可以使用的

(11)

才出炉的

(12)

(车辆)快的

(13)

违禁的, 非法的

(14)

[俚](偷来的珠宝因容易被人认出)难于出手的

(15)

令人不安到不能忍受的或危险程度的

(16)

易销售的; (电报、文件)极端重要或急的

(17)

由热金属浇入铸模制成的

(18)

通高压电的; 【原】放射性强的
like a cat on hot bricks
象热锅上的蚂蚁
be hot on playing table tennis
热衷于打乒乓球
be hot for reform
迫切要求改革
a hot argument
激烈辩论
hot idea
[美]极好的主意
hot temper
暴躁的脾气
be hot from the battle field
刚从战场归来
hot news
[口]最新消息
a hot laboratory
强放射性物质研究实验室, “热"实验室
a hotscent or trail
猎物气味强烈或有强烈臭味的路径(打猎用语)
in hot pursuit
紧追
a hot wire
高压电线
Strike the iron while it is hot.
[谚]趁热打铁, 趁机行事。

词性变化

hot
[hCt]
vi.
[英]变热; 变得激动; 骚动起来(up)
The argument had hotted up considerably.
辩论变得相当热烈。

hot
[hCt]
vt.
[英]使...热(up); 刺激, 使骚动
hot it up
使热烈起来

hot
[hCt]
adv.

(1)

热烈地; 猛烈地

(2)

愤怒地; 趁热地

继承用法

hot-air
n.
热风, 热空气

hot-alkylation
n.
热烷基化

hotbed
[5hRtbed]
n.

(1)

温床

(2)

有利于迅速生长或发育的地方或环境

(3)

热床, 轧钢厂的一片空地或一排架子

hot-blast
n.
热风

hotblood
[`hCtblQd]
n.
易激怒者; 感情强烈者; 轻举妄动者

hot-blooded
adj.

(1)

易激动的, 热切的

(2)

(马)英国种的, 阿拉伯种的

(3)

纯种的

hotbox
[`hCtbCks]
n.
(火车的)热轴

hot-brittle
n., adj.
热脆(的)

hot-cast
n.
热铸

hot-cathode
adj.
热阴极的

hot-coining
n.
热精压, 热压花

hot-cold
n.
混风鼓风(古老高炉上用三分之二冷风及三分之一热风混合冶炼)

hot-die
n.
热压模

hot-dip
n.

(1)

热浸

(2)

浸镀, 热镀

hotdog
n.
[口]小红肠, 热狗, 红肠面包; [美俚]最佳运动员

词性变化

hot
[hCt]
vi., vt.
(在作冲浪或滑雪运动时)卖弄(花式动作)

hot-drawn
adj.
热拉的

hot-filling
n.

(1)

(啤酒)热灌装

(2)

(果汁)热装瓶, 热装罐

hotflue
n.
热烟道

hotfoot
[5hRtfJt]
n.

(1)

暗中将火柴在别人鞋中点燃的恶作剧

(2)

心灵的刺激, 震惊
adv.
[俗]飞速地; 急忙地
vi.
急忙; 匆忙

hot-forming
n.

(1)

热成形

(2)

热加工

(3)

热冲压

(4)

热态变形

hot-galvanize
n.
热镀锌

hot-gas
n.
热气, 废气, 排出的气体

hot-grinding
n.
热磨

hothead
[5hRthed]
n.
暴躁的人; 性急的人

hotheaded
[hRt5hEdId]
adj.
烈性的, 易怒的; 急躁的, 鲁莽的

hothouse
[5hRthaJs]
n.
温室, 暖房
adj.
温室的(植物等); 过分保护的; 人工的; 纤弱的

hot-junction
n.
热接点

hot-metal
n.
熔融金属

hot-moulded
n.
热模塑

hot-neck
n.
(轧钢机)滚棒轴头

hot-papa
n.
(航空母舰上)枪救失事飞机人员

hot-piercing
n.
热穿孔

hot-pilot
n.
熟练飞行员

hot-presser
n.
热压机操作工

hot-press(ing)
n.

(1)

热压, 热冲

(2)

(用压力机)型锻, 模锻

(3)

热压合(指配合)

(4)

高温压块

(5)

热压烧结

(6)

热压机

hotquenching
n.
热淬

hot-resistance
n.
耐热性, 热稳定性

hot-rock
n.
[口]熟练飞行员, 熟练工人; 熟练人员

hotrodding
n.
[俚]赛车; 粗心大意的开快车

hot-roll
n.
热轧

hot-rolled
adj.
热轧的, 热压的; 热碾的

hot-seat
n.
[口]飞机弹射椅

hot-set
n.
热固化; 热变定

hot-short
adj.
热脆的
n.
快速货运; 高速飞机[车辆]; 熟练工人

hot-shortness
n.
热脆性

hotshot
[`hCt-FCt]
n.

(1)

高速飞机

(2)

熟练飞行员, 熟练工人

(3)

向热气流发射试验

hot-slaw
n.
热拌菜, 热拌甘蓝色拉

hot-smoked
adj.
热烟熏的

hot-spotting
n.
局部加热; 预先加热

hotspur
[`hCtsp\:(r)]
n.
性急的人; 顾前不顾后的人
adj.
性急的

hot-stretch
n.
热拉伸

hot-strip
n.

(1)

热轧带材, 热轧带钢

(2)

热轧带划伤

hot-swage
n.
【冶】热旋锻

hot-target
n.
[口]重要打击目标, 首要打击目标

hottempered
adj.
性急的; 暴躁的

hot-tinting
n.

(1)

火色

(2)

回火花

(3)

氧化膜色

hot-top
n.
热炉顶, 保温帽, 冒口

hot-trimming
n.
热修整, 热精整, 热切边

hot-wire
n.
热线, 热电阻线

hot-workability
n.
热加工性

hot-working
n.
热作, 热加工

hot-zone
n.
热带

hotly
[5hRtlI]
adv.

hotness
n.

习惯用语

a bit hot
[俚]有点不讲理

be getting hot
快猜中了, 快找到了

blow hot and cold
动摇不定; 拿不定主意, 反复无常

get hot

(1)

(脸)发热[红]; 激动起来

(2)

[俚]使劲儿干

(3)

接近(猜到, 找到)

get it hot
[口]大受申斥, 挨一顿臭骂

get too hot for sb.
叫某人呆不下去; 对某人太危险

give it hot to sb.
[口]痛打某人一顿, 狠狠训(某人)一顿

go hot and cold
感到身上一阵冷一阵热

in the hot test
最激烈的时候

make it hot for sb.
[口]刁难某人, 使某人受不了

not so hot

(1)

普普通通

(2)

并不怎么高明或不怎么成功

piping hot
[口]滚热的; 非常新鲜的

squat hot
[美俚]被电刑处死

hot and bothered
[口]焦虑不安

hot and cold
(旅馆等的)冷热水

hot and heavy
激烈的[地]; 猛烈的[地]

hot and hot
[古](饭菜等)热腾腾地(端上来); 才出锅(就端上来)

hot and strong
[口]猛烈的[地]; 激烈的[地]

hot on

(1)

对...非常严厉, 非常苛刻

(2)

对...穷追不舍

(3)

热衷于...

(4)

精通

hot one
[俚]非凡的人; 荒唐的事; 有趣的新闻

特殊用法

bearing running hot
轴承过热

forge hot
热锻

mixed hot
热搅拌

quench hot
高温淬火

rivet hot
热铆

run hot
运转用热; 热行

用法词典

hot
来自古英语 hat 热

英文相关词典

hot
boiling    burning    fiery    fresh    new    nippy    peppery    sharp    spicy    tangy    torrid    cold    cool    

[七国语言]英汉电子工程大词典

hot
热的

[七国语言]英汉公共大词典

hot
锐利的;炎热的

[七国语言]英汉机械工程大词典

hot
热的

[七国语言]英汉原子能大词典

hot
高放射性的

美国传统词典

hot
hot
AHD:[h?t]
D.J.[h%t]
K.K.[h$t]
adj.
hot.ter, hot.test

(1)

Having or giving off heat capable of burning.

(2)

Being at a high temperature.

(3)

Being at or exhibiting a temperature that is higher than normal or desirable:
a hot forehead.

(4)

Causing a burning sensation, as in the mouth; spicy:
hot peppers; a hot curry.

(5)

Charged or energized with electricity:
a hot wire.

(6)

Radioactive, especially to a dangerous degree.

(7)

Marked by intensity of emotion; ardent or fiery:
a hot temper.

(8)

Having or displaying great enthusiasm; eager:
hot for travel.

(9)

Informal Arousing intense interest, excitement, or controversy:
a hot new book; a hot topic.

(10)

Informal Marked by excited activity or energy:
a hot week on the stock market.

(11)

Violent; raging:
a hot battle.

(12)

Slang Sexually excited or exciting.

(13)

Slang

(14)

Recently stolen:
a hot car.

(15)

Wanted by the police:
a hot suspect.

(16)

Close to a successful solution or conclusion:
hot on the trail.

(17)

Informal

(18)

Most recent; new or fresh:
a hot news item; the hot fashions for fall.

(19)

Currently very popular or successful:
one of the hottest young talents around.

(20)

Requiring immediate action or attention:
a hot opportunity.

(21)

Slang Very good or impressive. Often used in the negative:
I'm not so hot at math.

(22)

Slang Funny or absurd:
told a hot one about the neighbors' dog.

(23)

Slang

(24)

Performing with great skill and daring:
a hot drummer.

(25)

Fast and responsive:
a hot sports car.

(26)

Unusually lucky:
hot at craps.

(27)

Music Of, relating to, or being an emotionally charged style of performance marked by strong rhythms and improvisation:
hot jazz.

(28)

Color Bold and bright.
n.

hots
Slang Strong sexual attraction or desire. Used with the.
adv.

(1)

In a hot manner; hotly.

(2)

While hot:
foods that are best eaten hot.
v.tr.
hot.ted, hot.ting, hots
Informal To cause to increase in intensity or excitement. Often used with up :
“His book is an exercise in the fashionable art of instant history, in which every episode is hotted up with an anecdote”(Harper's)

习惯用语

hot and botheredInformal
In a state of agitated excitement; flustered:
all hot and bothered before the opening performance.

hot to trotSlang

(1)

Sexually avid; lascivious.

(2)

Ready and willing; eager.

hot under the collarInformal
Angry.

make it hot forSlang
To make things uncomfortable or dangerous for:
Don't make it hot for yourself by needlessly finding fault.

语源

(1)

Middle English

(2)

from Old English h3t * see kai-

继承用法

hotness
n.

[名词委审定]英汉药学名词(1999)

hot

英汉船舶大词典

hot
n.热,有电压的,放射性极强的;n.热,热的,热门的

英汉电信大词典

hot
n.热的,热情的

英汉地质大词典

hot
n.热的,强放射性物质

英汉法学大词典

hot
adj.违禁

英汉纺织大词典

hot
n.热,有电压的,放射性极强的

英汉航海大词典

hot
n.热门的

英汉航空大词典

hot
n.热的;n.热的,高速的

英汉化学大词典

hot
adj.热的,辣的,热烈的,最新的,高放射性的;vt.加热

英汉海运大词典

hot
a. 热的使热,把……加温热

基本词义

hot
热的热烈的

基本词义

hot
热的才出炉的,最新的热烈的,强烈的使热,把…加温热

英汉经贸大词典

hot
n.热门的

英汉计算机大词典

hot
adj.热的(辣的,热烈的;vt.加热

英汉机械大词典

hot
n.热,有电压的

英汉建筑大词典

hot
vt.热,把...加温,使回复

英汉农牧林大词典

hot
n.热的

英汉汽车大词典

hot
n.热的,激烈的,强烈的

航空英语缩写词典

HOT
Hot Oil Temperature 热燃油温度

基本词义

HOT
High Oil Temperature 高滑油温度

英汉消防大词典

hot
①热的②有强放射性的

英汉医学大词典

hot
n.强放射性的,人型旧结核菌素

英汉中医大词典

hot
n.热的,急燥的,激烈的

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