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  1. hotspot

    • IPA[ˈhätspät]

    美式

    • n.
      a small area or region with a relatively hot temperature in comparison to its surroundings;a very hot and dry place where a fire is likely to start, or where a fire has been burning
    • noun: hotspot, plural noun: hotspots

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    名詞

    • 1. a small area or region with a relatively hot 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
    • a very hot and dry place where a fire is likely to start, or where a fire has been burning most of the fires were out Monday, but crews were still watching for hotspots
    • an area of volcanic activity, especially where this is isolated.
    • 2. a place of significant activity or danger they identified eight pollution hotspots at the mouth of the Thames a hotspot of commerce
    • 3. a popular place of entertainment she knew all the Manhattan hotspots for classy blues and retro jazz
    • 4. an area on a computer screen that can be clicked to activate a function.
    • a public place with an available wireless signal for internet access.
    • n.
      an area with a usable signal to allow wireless connection to the internet or some other ...

    Oxford Dictionary

    • n.
      an area with a usable signal to allow wireless connection to the internet or some other ...

    Oxford American Dictionary

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    • IPA[ˈhɒtspɒt]

    英式

    • n.
      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

    Oxford Dictionary