|hot and bothered
||upset, getting angry, ready to speak angrily
||You know that Dad gets hot and bothered when you stay out late.
||stolen products, items obtained illegally
||I won't buy a watch from him because he sells hot goods.
||(See a hot hand)
|hot off the press
||paper that has just been printed
||As the boy handed me the paper he said, "Hot off the press!"
|hot on the trail
||following the trail, looking for evidence
||The police are hot on the trail of the bank robbers.
|hot on your heels
||following close behind, not far behind
||If you begin to run, the bear will be hot on your heels.
||(See drop him like a hot potato)
||very popular person, very sexy person
||When Arlana was in high school she was hot stuff - very sexy!
||quick to become angry, lose your temper
||He's hot tempered - very impatient and often angry.
||(See a hot ticket)