(computing) (of devices, disks, etc) capable of being inserted or removed from a computer system that is running, without causing damage or affecting performance
See hot swap
- Hot swappable routing protocol
spelling Incorrect expansion of HSRP – Hot Standby Routing Protocol. (2005-01-26)
noun, Radio and Television. 1. a rapid transfer from one point of origin to another during a broadcast.
[hot-see-tot-see] /ˈhɒt siˈtɒt si/ adjective, Older Slang. 1. about as right as can be; perfect: He always thinks everything is just hotsy-totsy. adjective Satisfactory; fine; copacetic: All’s hotsie-totsie here, thank you so much (1926+)
(Hot Off The Tree) An Internet-based electronic magazine edited by David Scott Lewis and distributed by electronic mail. (1994-12-23)