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hot to trot

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1

Ready and willing, eager. For example, We should let them start putting up posters; they're hot to trot.

2

Sexually avid, lascivious, as in He's hot to trot and asked her out almost as soon as he met her. Both slangy usages allude to a horse eager to get going.

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