Definition of hot on the heels of in English:

hot on the heels of

Following closely: the two new species come hot on the heels of the discovery of the Vu Quang ox
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  • The move follows hot on the heels of two other UK acquisitions by the company in recent weeks.
  • Following hot on the heels of my electrical outage a week ago, I'm beginning to feel like a third world outpost here in leafy Irvine.
  • The grant of refugee status was made on the 13 November, following hot on the heels of the judicial review application made four days earlier.
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