Definition of hot air in English:

hot air

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noun

[mass noun] informal
  • Empty talk that is intended to impress: they dismissed the theory as a load of hot air
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    • One could hardly fail to see the parallel of two vast but empty projects full of little but hot air and blasted hopes.
    • Women talking are doing more than just filling the environment with hot air.
    • So all the huffing and puffing from Free TV Australia is just special interest hot air.

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