- hot seat,
- hot seat, in the,
- hot shit,
- hot shoe,
- hot shot,
- hot spring,
- hot springs,
- hot springs national park,
- hot stuff,
- hot swapping
Origin of hot spot
verb (used with object), hot-spot·ted, hot-spot·ting.
Origin of hot-spot
Examples from the Web for hotspot
Thus far, the most talked-about Green Friday hotspot is Denver dispensary the Grass Station.Colorado Weed Dispensaries Celebrate ‘Green Friday’|Abby Haglage|November 28, 2014|DAILY BEAST
The closest I come is taking trains to Boston, I guess, and not using the Wi-Fi hotspot Internet (but still using my phone).
But people should know that if you travel to any hotspot in the world, 50 photographers are likely already on the ground.Conflict Photographer Eros Hoagland on His Dangerous Craft|Eros Hoagland|November 5, 2012|DAILY BEAST
- any local area of high temperature in a part of an engine, etc
- part of the inlet manifold of a paraffin engine that is heated by exhaust gases to vaporize the fuel
- a small area on the surface of or within a body with an exceptionally high concentration of radioactivity or of some chemical or mineral considered harmful
- a similar area that generates an abnormal amount of heat, as revealed by thermography
A place deep within the Earth where hot magma rises to just underneath the surface, creating a bulge and volcanic activity (see volcano). The chain of Hawaiian Islands (see Hawaii) is thought to have been created by the movement of a tectonic plate over a hot spot.