red hot

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A frankfurter, a hot dog
burning, on fire; angry, ablaze; hot, straight out of the oven
Very fresh, new, recent and up to date

Tune in at ten to catch this red-hot story!.

Alternative spelling of red hot
Emotionally charged, especially with anger or enthusiasm

He really delivered a red-hot speech today.

Heated to the point that it glows with a visible red color

The smith's apprentice was still wary of manipulating the red-hot metal.

Having a very strong sexual appeal

Did you see that red-hot picture of Liv Tyler in today's paper?.

{a} very hot, heated to redness, violent
glowing red with heat
having strong sexual appeal; "juicy barmaids"; "a red-hot mama"; "a voluptuous woman"
very fast; "a blistering pace"; "got off to a hot start"; "in hot pursuit"; "a red-hot line drive"
Red-hot is used to describe a person or thing that is very popular, especially someone who is very good at what they do or something that is new and exciting. Some traders are already stacking the red-hot book on their shelves
glowing red with heat characterized by intense emotion or interest or excitement; "a red-hot speech"; "sizzling political issues
characterized by intense emotion or interest or excitement; "a red-hot speech"; "sizzling political issues"
Red-hot metal or rock has been heated to such a high temperature that it has turned red. red-hot iron
newest or most recent; "news hot off the press"; "red-hot information"
A red-hot object is too hot to be touched safely. In the main rooms red-hot radiators were left exposed
red-hot poker
widely cultivated hybrid poker plant
Red with heat; heated to redness; as, red-hot iron; red-hot balls
Hence, figuratively, excited; violent; as, a red-hot radical
red hot

    Расстановка переносов

    Red hot

    Турецкое произношение

    red hät


    /ˈred ˈhät/ /ˈrɛd ˈhɑːt/


    [ 'red ] (adjective.) before 12th century. Middle English, from Old English rEad; akin to Old High German rOt red, Latin ruber & rufus, Greek erythros.