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HSK
popular / hot / in vogue
HSK 6
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to warm up / to heat up / hot (of weather) / heat / fervent
HSK 1
hotline (communications link)
hot spot / point of special interest
hot blood / warm-blooded (animal) / endothermic (physiology)
temperature / heat / short-lived enthusiasm
buzzword
enthusiastic / ardent / warm
HSK 5
to sell well / hot-selling
cordial / enthusiastic / passion / passionate / passionately
HSK 3
hot water
to heat
to love ardently / to adore
HSK 5
fiery / burning / fervent / ardent / passionate
to sell strongly / to be in great demand
to dissipate heat
water heater
to have a high temperature / feverish / unable to think calmly / to emit heat
to discuss passionately / heated debate
the tropics / tropical
bustling with noise and excitement / lively
HSK 4
heat / quantity of heat / calorific value
enthusiasm / zeal / zealous / zest / enthusiastic / ardent / warmhearted
HSK 5
heat
hot thread (in an Internet forum)
electrical heating
radiator (for heating a room) / radiator (for cooling an engine)
pyroelectric
to insulate thermally / insulating (material, effect etc)
heat supply
to alleviate fever (medicine) / to clear internal heat (Chinese medicine)
to preheat / warm-up
hot treatment (e.g. of metal)
blistering hot / sizzling hot (weather)
HSK 6
upsurge / popular craze
zealotry / fanatical / feverish
to warm up (sports) / (fig.) to prepare / to get in condition
heat energy
steam / heat / CL:
heat resistant / fireproof
to feel strongly about / to be fond of / obsession / deep commitment
zeal / enthusiasm / ardor / enthusiastic / warmhearted
to overheat (e.g. an economy)
to fall head over heels in love / to be passionately in love
heat exchanger
to be fired up (idiom) / to have one's blood racing
devotion / fervor
heated / sunstroke
subtropical (zone or climate)
thermodynamics
tepid / to warm up (food etc)
heat-sensitive / thermal (printing)
a fever
residual heat / surplus heat / fig. old people's capacity for work
hot air balloon
hot pants
hot dog (loanword)
exhibition game
Genoa
thermocouple
geothermal
thermal capacity
heat transfer / heat transmission
great heat / very popular
red-hot / glowing / blazing / (fig.) passionate
hotkey / keyboard shortcut
heat absorption
heat wave
tropical rain forest
heat source
fervent
to insulate thermally / (physics) adiabatic
burning hot / scorching / worried
sultry / sultriness / hot and stuffy / stifling hot
to apply a hot compress
tropical fish
specific heat
warm / hot / affectionate / ardent
heat sink
to join in the fun / to get in on the action / (fig.) to butt in / to create more trouble
white heat / incandescence
affectionate / intimate / warmhearted / to get intimate with sb
HSK 6
Rio de Janeiro
to reduce fever
thermoelectric power plant
a craze / a popular wave / a hit with the public
to enjoy watching a bustling scene / to go where the crowds are
lit. burn your hand, feel the heat (idiom) / fig. arrogance of the powerful / a mighty figure no-one dares approach / hot (exciting or in favor)
deep water and scorching fire / abyss of suffering (idiom)
eyes brimming with tears of excitement (idiom) / extremely moved
to turn white-hot / to intensify / to reach a climax
hot drink
to relieve fever
insulation
high calorie (foodstuff) / high heat content
heat engine
calorific value
English language fan / enthusiasm for English
torrid heat
homeland / hot piece of real estate

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