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hot up


      vb   adv  
1    to make or become more exciting, active, or intense  
the chase was hotting up     
2    tr      another term for       soup up  
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soup up   Informal  
      vb   tr, adv  
1    to modify (a vehicle or vehicle engine) in order to increase its power  
2    to make (something) more exciting or interesting,   (Also)    hot up            (esp. U.S. and Canadian)   hop up  
3    (of a vehicle or vehicle engine) modified so as to be more powerful  
a souped-up scooter     
4    more exciting or interesting  
a souped-up version of their last single     

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1    aboil, blistering, boiling, burning, fiery, flaming, heated, piping hot, roasting, scalding, scorching, searing, steaming, sultry, sweltering, torrid, warm  
2    acrid, biting, peppery, piquant, pungent, sharp, spicy  
3      (figurative)   ablaze, animated, ardent, excited, fervent, fervid, fierce, fiery, flaming, impetuous, inflamed, intense, irascible, lustful, passionate, raging, stormy, touchy, vehement, violent  
4    fresh, just out, latest, new, recent, up to the minute  
5    approved, favoured, in demand, in vogue, popular, sought-after  
6    close, following closely, in hot pursuit, near  
1    chilly, cold, cool, freezing, frigid, frosty, icy, parky     (Brit. informal)  
2    mild  
3    apathetic, calm, dispassionate, half-hearted, indifferent, mild, moderate  
4    old, stale, trite  
5    out of favour, unpopular  
6    cold  

hot air     
blather, blether, bombast, bosh     (informal)   bunkum or buncombe     (chiefly U.S.)   claptrap     (informal)   empty talk, gas     (informal)   guff     (slang)   rant, tall talk     (informal)   verbiage, wind  
ardent, excitable, fervent, fiery, heated, impulsive, passionate, rash, spirited, temperamental, wild  
   apathetic, calm, cold, cool, frigid, impassive, restrained, unenthusiastic  
fiery, foolhardy, hasty, hot-tempered, impetuous, precipitate, quick-tempered, rash, reckless, unruly, volatile  

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hot, hot air, hot cockles, hot dog

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