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hot [hotter, hottest] (slang: physically very attractive)
adjective
[UK: hɒt]
[US: hɑːt]

sexy◼◼◼adjectifThey're hot. = Iel est sexy.

[coarse slang] bonneadjectif
{f}

hot [hotter, hottest] (very close to finding or guessing something to be found or guessed)
adjective
[UK: hɒt]
[US: hɑːt]

brûlant◼◼◻adjectif
{m}
The tea is hot. = Le thé est brûlant.

hot [hotter, hottest] (of the weather)
adjective
[UK: hɒt]
[US: hɑːt]

faire chaud◼◼◻adjectif

hot [hotter, hottest] (having a high temperature)
adjective
[UK: hɒt]
[US: hɑːt]

(très) chaud◼◼◻adjectif

hot [hotter, hottest] (spicy)
adjective
[UK: hɒt]
[US: hɑːt]

piquant◼◼◻adjectif

épicé◼◼◻adjectifJohn likes hot curry. = John aime le curry épicé.

hot [hotter, hottest] (electrically charged)
adjective
[UK: hɒt]
[US: hɑːt]

vif◼◼◻adjectif
{m}

hot [hotter, hottest] (radioactive)
adjective
[UK: hɒt]
[US: hɑːt]

radioactif◼◼◻adjectif

hot [hotter, hottest] (feverish)
adjective
[UK: hɒt]
[US: hɑːt]

fiévreux◼◻◻adjectif

hot [hotter, hottest] (slang: stolen)
adjective
[UK: hɒt]
[US: hɑːt]

chouréadjectif

hot [hotter, hottest] (feeling the sensation of heat)
adjective
[UK: hɒt]
[US: hɑːt]

to be hot: avoir chaud [the adjective cannot be translated alone in this sense]adjectif

hot air (heated air)
noun
[UK: hɒt eə(r)]
[US: hɑːt ˈer]

air chaud◼◼◼nom {m}

hot air (empty, confused or exaggerated talk)
noun
[UK: hɒt eə(r)]
[US: hɑːt ˈer]

vent◼◼◻nom {m}

hot-air balloon (balloon-shaped aircraft filled with hot air)
noun
[UK: hɒt eə(r) bə.ˈluːn]
[US: hɑːt ˈer bə.ˈluːn]

montgolfière◼◼◼nom {f}

ballon à air chaud◼◼◻nom {f}

hot chocolate (beverage)
noun
[UK: hɒt ˈtʃɒ.klət]
[US: hɑːt ˈtʃɒ.klət]

chocolat chaud◼◼◼nom {m}

hot dog [hot dogs] (frankfurter in a bun)
noun
[UK: ˈhɒt.ˈdɒɡ]
[US: ˈhɒt.ˈdɒɡ]

hot-dog◼◼◼nom {m}

[Quebecnom {m}

[Quebec] chien chaudnom {m}

informal] roteuxnom {m}

hot flush [hot flushes] (sudden sensation of heat, symptom of the menopause)
noun

bouffée de chaleur◼◼◼nom {f}

hot on someone's heels (close behind)
adjective

aux trousses deadjectif

hot pants (small shorts)
noun

mini-short◼◼◼nom
{m} micro-Short {m}

hot pot (communal meal in China)
noun

fondue chinoise◼◼◼nom {f}

hot pot (stew of beef or lamb and potatoes)
noun

fondue avec bouillonnom {f}

hot potato (awkward or delicate problem)
noun
[UK: hɒt pə.ˈteɪ.təʊ]
[US: hɑːt pə.ˈteɪˌto.ʊ]

patate chaude◼◼◼nom {f}

hot potato (child's game)
noun
[UK: hɒt pə.ˈteɪ.təʊ]
[US: hɑːt pə.ˈteɪˌto.ʊ]

patate chaude◼◼◼nom {f}

hot sauce (condiment made from chile peppers)
noun

sauce piquante◼◼◼nom {f}

sauce Chili◼◻◻nom {f}

hot shoe noun

pied-sabotnom {m}

hot spot [hot spots] (surface manifestation of a plume that rises from deep in a celestial body’s mantle)
noun
[UK: hɒt spɒt]
[US: hɑːt ˈspɑːt]

point chaud◼◼◼nom {m}

hot spring (natural spring producing water whose temperature is greater than about 20°C (68° F))
noun
[UK: hɒt sprɪŋ]
[US: hɑːt ˈsprɪŋ]

source chaude◼◼◼nom {f}

hot water noun
[UK: hɒt ˈwɔː.tə(r)]
[US: hɑːt ˈwɒ.tər]

eau chaude◼◼◼nom {f}

hot water bottle [hot water bottles] (a flexible bottle for heat therapy)
noun
[UK: hɒt ˈwɔːtə ˈbɒtl]
[US: hɑt ˈwɔtər ˈbɑtəl]

bouillotte◼◼◼nom {f}

hot water heater (apparatus in which water is heated for domestic hot water)
noun

chauffe-eau◼◼◼nom {m}

hot yoga (yoga exercises performed under hot and humid conditions)
noun

yoga chaud◼◼◼nom {m}

hotbed [hotbeds] (place ideal for the growth of something undesirable)
noun
[UK: ˈhɒt.bed]
[US: ˈhɑːt.ˌbed]

nid◼◼◼nom {m}

hotchpot (blending together of property so as to achieve equal division in the case of inheritance; collation)
noun
[UK: ˈhɒtʃ.pɒt]
[US: ˈhɑːtʃ.ˌpɑːt]

rapport à successionnom {m}

hotel [hotels] (establishment providing accommodation)
noun
[UK: ˌhəʊ.ˈtel]
[US: ˌhoʊ.ˈtel]

hôtel◼◼◼nom {m}I live in a hotel. = Je vis à l'hôtel.

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