A small child; an infant; curtain climber, rug rat (1980s+)
adjective being sold in great quantities at the time; extremely popular Examples Hot-selling cellular phones are hard to get close to the holiday. Word Origin 1948
noun, Slang. 1. . 2. a highly uncomfortable or embarrassing situation: I’m in the hot seat because of the contract I lost. noun 1. (informal) a precarious, difficult, or dangerous position 2. (US) a slang term for electric chair
noun the act or practice of disciplining a child by putting hot sauce on his or her tongue Examples Hotsaucing is no worse than putting soap in a child’s mouth. Usage Note informal
noun 1. any of several highly spiced, pungent condiments, especially one containing some type of pepper or chili.