[hot pants for 1; hot pants for 2] /ˈhɒt ˌpænts for 1; ˈhɒt ˈpænts for 2/
(used with a plural verb) very brief and usually tight-fitting shorts for women and girls, first popularized in the early 1970s.
(used with a singular verb) Slang. strong sexual desire.
very brief skin-tight shorts, worn by young women
(slang) a feeling of sexual arousal: he has hot pants for her
“short-shorts,” 1970, from hot (adj.) + pants (n.). Probably influenced by earlier sense of “sexual arousal” (1927).
have hot pants
- Hot patootie
noun phrase A sexually attractive and sexy woman: He calls the object of his affection a ”hot patootie” [1928+; fr hot potato, with a play on potato as used, like tomato, to mean ”a person”]
noun 1. any of variously shaped pungent peppers of the genus Capsicum, containing large amounts of capsaicin and usually having thin walls. 2. a plant bearing such a pepper. noun 1. any of several varieties of the pepper Capsicum frutescens, esp chilli pepper 2. the pungent usually small fruit of any of these plants
/ˈhɒtˌpleɪt/ noun 1. an electrically heated plate on a cooker 2. a portable device, heated electrically or by spirit lamps, etc, on which food can be kept warm
noun 1. a portable appliance for cooking, formerly heated by a gas burner placed underneath it, now heated chiefly by an electrical unit in the appliance. 2. a hot meal, usually consisting of meat, potato, and a vegetable, served all on one plate and usually at a set price at a restaurant or lunch counter. […]