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Hot in German 🇩🇪


in English in German S
hot heiß
How to say “hot” in German? “Heiß”. Here you will learn how to pronounce “heiß” correctly and in the comments below you will be able to get all sorts of advice on hot in German like tips & tricks to remember it, questions, explanations and more.

German Sentences with the Word “Hot”

German sentence with “heiß” English translation for heiß S

Das Feuer ist heiß.

The fire is hot.

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Tips to remember the German word “heiß”:
– Associate the word “heiß” with the English word “heat,” as they sound similar and relate to temperature.
– Think of the letter “ß” as representing two s’s (ss), which can remind you of the steam hissing from something hot.
– Imagine a hot item hissing, trying to get your attention by saying “H-ei-ß!”

Explanations:
– “Heiß” is the German adjective that directly translates to “hot” in English. It is used to describe a high temperature, similarly to its English counterpart.

Other words that mean the same thing:
– “Wärmend” (warming), although this isn’t as intense as “heiß” and is often used for something that gives off heat.
– “Glühend” (glowing/blazing), often used to describe something very hot or emitting light due to high temperature.

Alternate meanings and slang:
– In a non-temperature context, “heiß” can also be used to describe something that is ‘hot’ in the sense of being stolen (“Heiße Ware” means “hot goods,” implying they are stolen).
– “Heiß” can be used in a colloquial sense to describe someone who is extremely attractive (good looking), similar to the English slang.

Examples of sentences that use “heiß”:
– Im Sommer wird es hier immer so heiß. (In the summer, it always gets so hot here.)
– Der Tee ist noch zu heiß zum Trinken. (The tea is still too hot to drink.)
– Die neue Schauspielerin ist echt heiß. (The new actress is really hot (attractive).)
– Pass auf, das Eisen ist heiß! (Be careful, the iron is hot!)
– Die Polizei sucht nach der heißen Spur im Fall. (The police are looking for the hot lead in the case.)

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