English to Samoan Meaning :: hot

Hot :
vevela
- vevelahotlyhotnesshots
 

Show English Meaning
(+)

Adjective(1) 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(2) characterized by violent and forceful activity or movement; very intense(3) extended meanings; especially of psychological heat; marked by intensity or vehemence especially of passion or enthusiasm(4) (color(5) sexually excited or exciting(6) recently stolen or smuggled(7) very fast; capable of quick response and great speed(8) wanted by the police(9) producing a burning sensation on the taste nerves(10) performed or performing with unusually great skill and daring and energy(11) very popular or successful(12) very unpleasant or even dangerous(13) newest or most recent(14) having or bringing unusually good luck(15) very good; often used in the negative(16) newly made

Show Examples
(+)

(1) But in Jing'an Park, Dior was presenting hot fashion for the coming spring and summer.(2) It makes you hot , sweaty, thirsty and uncomfortable and too much of it gives you cancer.(3) The stories were hot topics for major news outlets and bloggers, due to the companies involved and the massive number of compromised records.(4) The truth is, even if they were dog-ugly I'd still be kind of hot for them.(5) His eyes were wide, and Egewe sensed the hot miasma of emotions that the boy was emitting.(6) So what's so hot about the hackability, and is that even a word you ask?(7) Locating a capacitor near a hot transistor, resistor or IC will shorten its life span to a couple of years.(8) I've spent the weekend with The Girl, which is hardly hot news I know.(9) In 12 months' time, the event will be staged again, and four more hopefuls will vie for the title of hot new fashion star.(10) One of the reasons why I'm still hot for him: we've been talking dirty all the way back home.(11) Whisk the tempered mixture into the hot milk mixture and place over medium heat.(12) Police decided to publicise the robbery as much as possible in an effort to make the paintings too hot to handle.(13) The berbere is a hot sauce of cayenne pepper and twelve other spices.(14) Your home may not look like a castle, but if you live in a hot real estate market, people will pay a king's ransom to buy it.(15) Marie was surprised to find that Natasa was sitting at the table drinking hot tea and it was Lucio at the stove cooking breakfast.(16) You know the Upstairs bar that's really downstairs, the cool place with the hot jazz?
Related Words
Synonyms
Adjective
1. heated ::
vevela
2. very warm ::
mafanafana
3. feverish ::
feverish
4. spicy ::
manogi
5. fierce ::
aʻasa
6. new ::
fou
7. popular ::
toʻatele
8. good-looking ::
aulelei
9. stolen ::
gaoia
11. blistering ::
blistering
12. red-hot ::
mumu-vevela
13. live ::
ola
14. raging ::
matamataita
Antonyms
1. arctic ::
Atika
2. bitter ::
oona
3. cold ::
mālūlū
4. freezing ::
faʻaʻaisa
5. frigid ::
malulu
6. frozen ::
faʻaʻaisa
7. glacial ::
glacial
8. icy ::
aisa
Different Forms
hot, hotly, hotness, hots
English to Samoan Dictionary: hot

Meaning and definitions of hot, translation in Samoan language for hot with similar and opposite words. Also find spoken pronunciation of hot in Samoan and in English language.

Tags for the entry "hot"

What hot means in Samoan, hot meaning in Samoan, hot definition, examples and pronunciation of hot in Samoan language.

English to Samoan Dictionary

Words by Category

Topic Wise Words

Learn 3000+ Common Words

Learn Common GRE Words

Learn Words Everyday

Most Searched Words

Word of the day

● Contract
feagaiga, aulape, mea taugōfie, , lisi, umia faalisi, noataga, tulafono, tulafono faatonutonu, faiga, aiaiga, faatalanoaga, tonu, tuufaatasiga, pulegafeagaiga, , faatulaga ma, talitonu, faafitauli, memeʻi, tipi i lalo, tusi, faaitiitia, tusi i, faapuupuu, faʻatūmau, oʻomi faʻatasi, iga manino e, faapuupuuina, otooto, afe i luga, faamaape, faaluaina ai, piʻi, taufetuli puupuu, pipi, faamo- moo, aumai, maua, mānumālō, faatuai, aofia
Search History
Any word you search will appear here
Your Favorite Words
Currently you do not have any favorite word. To make a word favorite you have to click on the heart button.