[hot-rod] /ˈhɒtˈrɒd/ Slang.
verb (used without object), hot-rodded, hot-rodding.
to drive a hot rod.
to drive very fast.
verb (used with object), hot-rodded, hot-rodding.
to drive (a vehicle) very fast.
to adapt (a vehicle or its engine) for increased speed.
an automobile specially built or altered for fast acceleration and increased speed.
a car with an engine that has been radically modified to produce increased power
also hot rod, 1945, American English, from hot + rod, apparently in a sense of “hunk of metal” (the cars also were called hot iron).
: hot-rod manual/ hot-rod club
An automobile modified to increase its speed and acceleration, as in Kids love to tinker with cars and try to convert them into hot rods. [ Mid-1900s ]
Also see: hopped up
noun, Slang. 1. a driver or builder of hot rods. 2. a fast and reckless driver.
[hot-rohl, -rohl] /ˈhɒtˈroʊl, -ˌroʊl/ verb (used with object), Metalworking. 1. to roll (metal) at a heat high enough to permit recrystallization.
[hot] /hɒt/ adjective, hotter, hottest. 1. having or giving off heat; having a high temperature: a hot fire; hot coffee. 2. having or causing a sensation of great bodily heat; attended with or producing such a sensation: He was hot with fever. 3. creating a burning sensation, as on the skin or in the throat: […]
[hoch] /hɒtʃ/ Scot. and North England verb (used without object) 1. to fidget; shift one’s weight from one foot to the other. verb (used with object) 2. to cause to fidget or shiver.