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  1. hotspot

    • IPA[ˈhɒtspɒt]

    英式

    • n.
      a small area with a relatively high temperature in comparison to its surroundings;an area of volcanic activity.
    • noun: hotspot, plural noun: hotspots

    • 釋義

    名詞

    • 1. a small area with a relatively high temperature in comparison to its surroundings fire engines were required to visit the scene again last night after hotspots appeared to be in danger of re-igniting
    • an area of volcanic activity.
    • 2. a place of significant activity, danger, or violence they identified eight pollution hotspots at the mouth of the Thames while some were caught in the cross-fire at various political hotspots, most victims were targeted and killed
    • 3. a popular place of entertainment treat your clients to a cocktail at one of the following hotspots
    • 4. an area on a computer screen which can be clicked to activate a function, especially an image or piece of text acting as a hyperlink.
    • a public place where a wireless signal is made available so that the internet can be accessed.