hot on


: strongly favoring or liking (something)
The company president is very hot on the idea of developing new products.

Examples of hot on in a Sentence

Recent Examples on the Web Now, hot on the heels of picking up three Grammys and shutting down the Coachella stage for the first time this Spring, the singer-songwriter joins us at the definitive Festival of the summer for a co-headlining and inaugural performance on the legacy stage that will surely be a showstopper. Rivea Ruff, Essence, 24 May 2024 Having spent every night of his childhood around a classic Italian-American table, his love of food is served hot on every page. Karen Katz, Peoplemag, 24 May 2024 Young’s left-handed throws weren’t so hot on Labor Day of his sophomore year at Greenwich High in Connecticut. Cam Inman, The Mercury News, 19 May 2024 Cartier’s watches adorned the wrists of famous pilots, and Jaeger LeCoultre’s Reverso were hot on the polo circuit. Allen Farmelo, Robb Report, 11 May 2024 Pirate hunter Lord James Brooke, played by Westwick, will be hot on their trail. Nick Vivarelli, Variety, 18 Apr. 2024 Ice Spice 2023’s hip-hop breakout Ice Spice is making her Coachella debut hot on the heels of her meteoric rise. Sydney Bucksbaum,, 11 Apr. 2024 The filmmaker luncheon will follow hot on the heels of Universal and Focus Features’ studio presentation on Wednesday at which the companies will present their upcoming slates. Chris Gardner, The Hollywood Reporter, 5 Apr. 2024 Mercury is trolling us all by stationing retrograde on April Fool’s Day, and the solar eclipse in Aries comes in hot on the 8th, followed closely by the Mars-Saturn conjunction on the 10th. Steph Koyfman, Condé Nast Traveler, 27 Mar. 2024

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“Hot on.” Dictionary, Merriam-Webster, Accessed 12 Jun. 2024.

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