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German - English (British) translations for "heiß"

"heiß" German translation




Heiß is a German adjective that translates to 'hot' or 'warm' in English.

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Meaning: hot (temperature)

Die Suppe ist heiß.

The soup is hot.

Meaning: spicy

Das Essen ist sehr heiß.

The food is very spicy.

Meaning: passionate

Sie haben eine heiße Affäre.

They are having a passionate affair.

Meaning: popular

Der Film war ein heißer Tipp.

The movie was a popular recommendation.

Meaning: stolen (hot merchandise)

Er hat heiße Ware verkauft.

He sold stolen merchandise.


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Es ist heute sehr heiß.

It is very hot today.

Ich trinke gerne heißen Tee.

I like to drink hot tea.

Die Suppe ist noch heiß.

The soup is still hot.

Der Kaffee war gestern so heiß, dass ich mich verbrannt habe.

The coffee was so hot yesterday that I burned myself.

Sie hat sich die Haare heiß geföhnt.

She blow-dried her hair until it was hot.

Die Diskussion um das Thema wird immer heißer.

The discussion about the topic is getting hotter and hotter.

Er hat einen heißen Tipp für die Aktienbörse.

He has a hot tip for the stock market.

Die Beziehung zwischen den beiden war schon immer sehr heiß und leidenschaftlich.

The relationship between the two has always been very hot and passionate.

Wenn du nicht aufpasst, wirst du dir noch die Finger an der heißen Herdplatte verbrennen.

If you're not careful, you'll burn your fingers on the hot stove plate.

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Heiß is a versatile word that can be used to describe both temperature and the sensation of heat. When referring to temperature, heiß typically means 'hot', as in 'the coffee is hot'. However, it can also mean 'warm', especially when used to describe weather or water temperature. For example, 'the water in the lake is warm' would be translated as 'das Wasser im See ist heiß'.

In addition to describing temperature, heiß can also be used to describe the sensation of heat. For example, if someone says 'ich bin heiß', they are not necessarily saying that they have a fever, but rather that they feel hot or flushed. Similarly, if someone describes a room as 'heiß', they may mean that it feels stuffy or uncomfortably warm.

It's worth noting that there are other German words for 'hot' or 'warm' that may be more appropriate depending on the context. For example, 'wärmend' is often used to describe something that provides warmth, such as a blanket or jacket. Additionally, 'glühend' can be used to describe something that is glowing or red-hot.

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