hot englannista suomeksi
varastettu, salakuljetettu, nyysitty, käännetty
lähellä, lähellä oleva
Relating to heat and conditions which produce it.
Feeling the sensation of heat, especially to the point of discomfort.
Active, in use or ready for use (like a bullet or a firing range), turned on (like a microphone or camera).
2013, Larry Munson, Tony Barnhart, ''From Herschel to a Hobnail Boot: The Life and Times of Larry Munson'', Triumph Books ((ISBN)), page 52:
- So I just blurted out, "This is really a fucking way to make a living, huh?" (..) The microphone was hot, and I knew I was in trouble. The radio management came to my house and suspended me immediately.
2014, Don Carpenter, ''The Hollywood Trilogy: A Couple of Comedians, The True Story of Jody McKeegan, and Turnaround'', Catapult ((ISBN))
- I leaned forward, still ogling, thinking the camera was off me until the end of the song, but then on went the little red light that meant my camera was hot ...
2017, Charles Henderson, ''Terminal Impact'', Penguin ((ISBN)), page 8:
- "Your range is hot, corporal. Wind unchanged. You&39;ve got your dope. Fire at will," Hacksaw said, snapping the camera as fast as the motor drive could run ...
2017, Scott Kelly, ''Endurance: My Year in Space, A Lifetime of Discovery'', Vintage ((ISBN))
- I join the space-to-ground channel to warn Terry that his mic is hot and that everyone with an internet connection or tuned to NASA TV can hear every word ...
2020, A.J. Stone, ''Project Titan'', Page Publishing Inc ((ISBN))
- "The range is hot, chief. Fire at will." Alex says with a smile as he steps back and puts his shooting ear muffs on. "I&39;m going to shoot, major."
2020, Ferrett Steinmetz, ''Automatic Reload: A Novel'', Tor Books ((ISBN)):
- I run an inventory, verify all bullets are hot in the chamber. They are. But the showroom prosthetics have all exited attraction mode.
Relating to excited emotions.
Easily provoked to anger.
Relating to popularity, quality, or the state of being interesting.
Very good, remarkable, exciting. (defdate)
Of great current interest; provoking current debate or controversy.
''a hot topic''
1938, Harold M. Sherman, "Shooting Stars," ''Boys' Life'' (March 1938), Published by Boy Scouts of America, p.5:
- "Keep going! You're hot tonight!" urged Wally.
2002, Peter Krause & Andy King, ''Play-By-Play Golf,'' First Avenue Editions, p.55:
- The ball lands on the fairway, just a couple of yards in front of the green. "Nice shot Sarah! You're hot today!" Jenny says.
1960, ''Super Markets of the Sixties: Findings, recommendations.- v.2. The plans and sketches,'' Super Market Institute, p.30:
- A kid can stand in the street and sell newspapers, if the headlines are hot.
2000, David Cressy, ''Travesties and transgressions in Tudor and Stuart England: tales of discord and dissension,'' Oxford University Press, p.34:
- Some of these publications show signs of hasty production, indicating that they were written while the news was hot.
Relating to danger or risk.
(quote-text)|title=Rebecca|passage=The car sped along. She kept her foot permanently on the accelerator, and took every corner at an acute angle. Two motorists we passed looked out of their windows outraged as she swept by, and one pedestrian in a lane waved his stick at her. I felt rather hot for her. She did not seem to notice though. I crouched lower in my seat.
(quote-book)So what with one thing and another, His Grace thinks the country a little hot for me now
2010, Robert Eversz, ''Burning Garbo: A Nina Zero Novel'', Simon and Schuster ((ISBN)), page 17:
- The camera was hot. Buying a hot camera was a parole violation.
Very close to finding or guessing something to be found or guessed.
Loud, producing a strong electric signal for the amplifier.
Extremely fast or with great speed.
Hotly, at a high temperature.
2013, Ted Reader, ''Gastro Grilling: Fired-up Recipes To Grill Great Everyday Meals'', Penguin Canada ((ISBN)):
- Oak burns hot and lasts a long time. Its smoke is a medium to heavy flavor but not too overpowering. It leaves a buttersmooth, nutty finish.
1994, ''Cycle World Magazine'', page 74:
- Whatever happened, braking into the next-to-last hairpin, a blue-sky turn called Cog Cut, Durelle went in too hot.
2009, Dan Vining, ''Among the Living'', Penguin ((ISBN)):
- He went in hotter than he could have, the Cforce snugging him into the bucket seat. At the first switchback, there was already a hundred-foot drop-off (..)
2014, Dennis Foley, ''Take Back the Night: A Novel of Vietnam'', Open Road Media ((ISBN)):
- He rolled over on his belly and raised up enough to see the second chopper coming in hotter, more deliberately than the first. Hollister grabbed Jrae by the ...
2016, Patrick Carman, ''Omega Rising'', Random House Books for Young Readers ((ISBN)), page 26:
- They were coming in hotter than Dash liked, nose down toward the watery surface (..)
2019, David W. Nelson, ''Ghost Squadron: Wwii Teenage Pilot'' ((ISBN)):
- “When landing on dirt, gravel, or pavement, you&39;ll be coming in hotter, faster than a runway made of grass, so try and keep that in mind.
2021, Christine D. Shuck, ''G581: Mars'':
- "You&39;re coming in hotter than we&39;d like." "Roger that, Huygens, increasing reverse thrust by 20%."
2015, Dave Barr, ''Four Flags, The Odyssey of a Professional Soldier: Part 1: US Marine Corps Vietnam 1969-72, Israeli Defence Force 1975-77'', Helion and Company ((ISBN)), page 121:
- We would pop over the riverbank and come down hot (shooting) on a designated target. (..) We started rolling in hot with rockets, then suddenly we started taking fire from the (..)
2016, Stephen Robertson CD BA ATPL, ''Go for Shakedown'', Xlibris Corporation ((ISBN))
- "Shakedown is rolling in hot in Nakhoney right now. You&39;re just in time. They&39;ve been getting shot at and are in overwatch for India 21 patrolling," (..)
To heat; to make or become hot.
2018 "Clean Slate", ''Wentworth''
- Turf war's hotting up.
(l), on the right side
(l), (l), (l)
''n litn hot''
a little bit, a little piece
''ja hav söm e hot ått brösten''
I feel a sting in my chest.