hot-blooded

['hɔt'blʌdid]
  • adj. 热血的;血气方刚的;激动的;鲁莽的
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hot-blooded 血气方刚的

比喻用法。

hot-blooded (adj.)
"passionate," 1590s; a relic of medieval physiology theory.
1. Wash your hands thoroughly with hot soapy water before handling any food.
在拿吃的之前,用热肥皂水把手好好地洗干净。

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2. Across the busy plaza, vendors sell hot dogs and croissant sandwiches.
在热闹广场的另一边,摊贩叫卖着热狗和羊角三明治。

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3. The hot liquid splashed down on the concrete and rebounded.
滚烫的液体泼在水泥地面上又溅了起来。

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4. The media, meanwhile, has blown hot and cold on the affair.
同时,媒体对这件事的态度表现得忽冷忽热。

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5. Atlantic City is the hot favourite to stage the fight.
在大西洋城举行这场拳击比赛是众望所归。

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