Definition of sizzling in English:

sizzling

Syllabification: siz·zling
Pronunciation: /ˈsiz(ə)liNG
 
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adjective

informal
1Very hot: the sizzling summer temperatures
More example sentences
  • At many high-class networking events, you may find yourself surrounded by heaps of sandwiches, salad or sizzling snacks.
  • She is slicing tomatoes, eggplants, putting them in sizzling oil.
  • The burned black appearance of the ruins made them seem to be still sizzling.
1.1Very exciting or passionate, especially sexually: that was the start of a sizzling affair
More example sentences
  • In the summer of 2000 he wowed 'em at the Hollywood Bowl closing his set with a sizzling duet with Bonnie Raitt.
  • At a minimum, the Bush administration had better step up its promotion of the economy's current sizzling performance.
  • Harwich Hospital Fete had all the symptoms of being a sizzling success.

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