Synonyms of hot in English:
blow hot and cold
- informal he had been stringing her along, blowing hot and cold[Antonyms] be decisivevacillate, keep changing one's mind, dither, shilly-shally, oscillate, waver, be indecisive, be irresolute, be undecided, be uncertain, be unsure, hesitate;Scottish switherinformal dilly-dally
hot on the heels of
hot under the collar
- informal Nick got really hot under the collar about the issue[Antonyms] pleasedangry, annoyed, furious, irate, infuriated, incensed, enraged, cross, in a temper, irritated, put out, fed up, aggrievedvulgar slang pissed offliterary ireful
make it/things hot for someone
- informal make it hot for her and she'll soon go away[Antonyms] leave in peaceharass, hound, plague, badger, harry, pester, bother, bully, intimidate, pick on, persecute, victimize, terrorize;North American devilAustralian informal heavy
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