a. 热的, 热心的, 辣的, 热情的, 激动的, 猛烈的, 紧迫的
adv. 热, 紧迫地
a. used of physical heat; having a high or higher than desirable temperature or giving off heat or feeling or causing a sensation of heat or burning
s. characterized by violent and forceful activity or movement; very intense
a. extended meanings; especially of psychological heat; marked by intensity or vehemence especially of passion or enthusiasm
s. (color) bold and intense
I like it hot, man, you know, hot, hot, hot.
我喜欢辣 辣 辣 辣
This isn't normal hot. I've been through hot.
It doesn't go on until we're hot, and now we're hot.
It's hot. I know, it's really hot under here.
太烫了 我知道 确实挺烫的
It's lovely, it's just hot, you know, it's hot to swordfight in, it's hot to jump about on beams and rooftoroof under studio lights in with the leather pressed against your skin.
服装很赞 就是太热了 拍摄剑战的时候非常热 在房梁上和屋顶跳来跳去 很热 还要顶着摄影灯 而且皮革也会紧绷着皮肤
The hot is actually cold, the cold is hot.
But I'm grown up and I'm hot, but not little girl hot.
I had a hot sausage, hot sausage chili.
Hot people are supposed to be with hot people.
It's a reservation for a very hot table at a very hot restaurant.