Definition of hot stuff in English:

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[mass noun] informal
  • 1A person or thing of outstanding quality or skill: he’s hot stuff at arithmetic
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    • Buchan got a reputation - which would surely have horrified him - of being a writer of hot stuff.
    • It doesn't seem to have occurred to the American Advertising Federation or its corporate sponsors that it is insulting to tell a group of students that, for minorities, they are hot stuff.
    • Raising the chip to my anticipating lip, I braced myself for some hot stuff, but the burnt sienna dip, most likely whipped up on the premises, wasn't nearly as spiced up as it could have been.
  • 1.1A sexually exciting person, film, book, etc.: Jill was reputed to be hot stuff
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    • The film had already received heaps of advance press, assuring decent ratings, but the TV suits apparently got cold feet about the hot stuff in the film (including a symphony of sexual shots early in the movie) and pulled the plug.
    • And, two, just because she's hot stuff, it doesn't mean you aren't!
    • And it's all pretty hot stuff, some of it deliciously erotic.

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