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We found 1 topic lesson, 7 words, 1 kanji, and 213 examples matching '熱い'
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‘Hot’ and ‘Cold’ – Differentiating between the Different Words NEW!
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1. hot (thing)  (opposite: 冷たい)
2. passionate (feelings, etc.); ardent; hot (e.g. gaze)  (opposite: 冷たい)
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passionately in love  (see also: 熱い:あつい; oft. teasingly)
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noun, expression
keen attention; fierce gaze  (see also: 熱い, 視線)
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expression
hot war  (see also: 冷たい戦争)
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expression
mutual attraction; being in love.
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ネツ   あつ hot   
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fire
get round the ground ahead
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ガン   round; circle   まる round, circular   
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ク   キュウ   ここの nine   
dot   
ground ahead
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ド   ト   ground; earth   つち ground, earth, soil   
セン   さき ahead   
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あつ
コーヒー
れてあげましょう

Let me make you a cup of hot coffee.
この
ちゃ
とても
あつ

This tea is very hot.
いま
しい
あつ
いっぱい
一杯
コーヒーです
What I want now is a hot cup of coffee.
なに
あつ
もの
くだ
さい

Please give me something hot to drink.
てつ
あつ
うち

Strike while the iron is hot.
 
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