Definition of hothead in English:

hothead

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Pronunciation: /ˈhɒthɛd
 
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noun

  • A person who is impetuous or easily becomes angry and violent: a few hotheads urged their comrades to break the police roadblock
    More example sentences
    • But some on the other side were just as bad, inciting the hotheads and inviting a violent response.
    • He's a bit of a hothead who gets flustered easily.
    • He's a violent hothead who's clearly on a collision course with his destiny.
    Synonyms
    madcap, daredevil; British tearaway
    informal loony, nut, nutter
    North American informal screwball
    dated desperado, hotspur

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