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  • n. to have the "hots" for someone means to be physically attracted to them

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Examples

  • Walcott, and substitute Andrey Arshavin, could both have made it 4-0 and the game was closed out with the Gunners oozing confidence and looking very healthy as the race to the title hots up.

    BBC News - Home

  • GMF take a look at the managers 'reaction as the race for the title hots up

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  • Chelsea legend Marcel Desailly is "worried" by the Blues 'current inconsistencies, but maintains Carlo Ancelotti's men can get it right as the race for the Barclays Premier League title hots up.

    TEAMtalk Football News

  • WATCH five-star Liverpool close in on Manchester United as the race for the Premier League title hots up.

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  • Meanwhile manager Gordon Strachan insists there is no sense of panic or worry inside the Parkhead camp as the race for the SPL title hots up.

    The Daily Record - Home

  • We have good food, all the water and "hots" we can drink, and everyone right now is just focusing on taking care of themselves, which they're doing very well.

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  • Stephen Leather's fans are well acquainted with single dad Spider and his fast-paced, death-defying missions impossible with the guys at SOCA, and particularly with his not-too-well-hidden 'hots' for his boss Charlotte 'Charlie' Button.

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  • AMaintaining a friendship with a man who has the "hots" for you when you're not interested isn't kind, JFJ, it's emotionally sadistic.

    Chicago Reader

  • And I have to say, I totally have the hots for the new kid Jasper.

    '90210' recap: Important lessons about the homeless ... and French tabloids | EW.com

  • I watched instead with a girl called Roisin Donnelly, who I had the hots for.

    30 Years Ago Today

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