[ US /ˈhɑtˌspɑt/ ]
[ UK /hˈɒtspɒt/ ]
  1. a place of political unrest and potential violence
    the United States cannot police all of the world's hot spots
  2. a point of relatively intense heat or radiation
  3. a lively entertainment spot
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How To Use hotspot In A Sentence

  • Many scientists think that hotspots mark locations where diapiric convection cells, called mantle ‘plumes’, rise beneath lithospheric plates.
  • We, being my partner Brett and I, set forth to the agreed hotspot, taking a 25 minute journey along a bumpy and seldom travelled track known only to a select few.
  • Organizational culture and organizational identity are both hotspots in management psychology research area in last thirty years.
  • Several distinctive ungulate herbivores are endemic to this hotspot, including the takin (Budorcas taxicolor, VU), an unusual 300-kilogram goat antelope, the red or Bailey's goral (Nemorhaedus baileyi, VU), which is endemic to the Gaoligong Shan, and the Chinese forest musk deer (Moschus berezovskii). Biological diversity in the mountains of Southwest China
  • I love both ... nothing beats the excitement of exploring new hunting territory and hoping that new hotspot is just around the next bend ... still, the knowledge gained by hunting the same piece of country, season after season, is invaluable and only comes with time ... Do you prefer hunting an area you know very well and have hunted often, or do you like the challenge and adventure of hunting ne
  • Police say the largely built-up area around the park has become one of the town's juvenile nuisance hotspots in recent years and a revamped park would help deter anti-social behaviour.
  • Among the distinctive bird species in the hotspot is the aforementioned white-winged guan (Penelope albipennis, CR), which is found only in the dry forests at the southern extreme of the hotspot. Biological diversity in Tumbes-Chocó-Magdalena
  • Today, only a few hundred individuals of the Persian wild ass subpsecies (E.h. onager) persist in Bahram-e-Goor in the Iranian portion of the hotspot, while another subspecies of wild ass, known as the kulan or Turkmenian wild ass (E.h. kulan, CR), survives only in a single population in and around the Badkhyz Nature Reserve in south Turkmenistan, just marginally outside the hotspot. Biological diversity in the Irano-Anatolian
  • For the standard arrow , the hotspot is , logically, the tip of the arrow.
  • A wi-fi hotspot is a public place that offers wireless access. SciFi, Fantasy & Horror Collectibles - Part 628
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