Red-hot - definition, pronunciation, transcription

Amer.  |ˈred hɑːt|  American pronunciation of the word red-hot
Brit.  |rɛdˈhɒt|  British pronunciation of the word red-hot

adjective

- having strong sexual appeal(syn: juicy, luscious, lush, toothsome, voluptuous)

a red-hot mama

- newest or most recent(syn: hot)

red-hot information

- characterized by intense emotion or interest or excitement(syn: sizzling)

a red-hot speech

- glowing red with heat
- very fast; capable of quick response and great speed(syn: blistering, hot)

a red-hot line drive

Examples

The poker glowed red-hot in the fire.

Be careful with those plates - they're red-hot.

The Braves have been red-hot in the last few games.

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