[hot-lahy-ner] /ˈhɒtˌlaɪ nər/
a person who speaks to callers on a telephone .
Also, hot-liner. Chiefly Canadian. a radio broadcaster who accepts calls on the air from individuals using a telephone set up for that purpose.
[hot-lingk] /ˈhɒtˌlɪŋk/ noun, Computers. 1. a link between two files, as between a spreadsheet and a document, such that a change in one effects a change in the other. 2. a hypertext link; hyperlink. A mechanism for sharing data between two application programs where changes to the data made by one application appear instantly in […]
noun a collection of favorite or frequently used Web sites or those about a specific topic; also called bookmarks , favorites , also written hot list World-Wide Web (From hypertext “hot spot”) A document on the World-Wide Web or a user’s browser configuration file containing hypertext links, often unorganised and undocumented, to notable pages on […]
- Hot list
noun See hotlist
verb To poison or otherwise treat a drug dose to render it fatal; give someone a ”hot shot”: You hot-loaded the cocaine, knowing it would kill her (1980s+ Narcotics)