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Hotpot n. Casserole of meat and vegetables topped with potato.Hot-tempered adj. Impulsively angry. одвратан Hour n. 1 twenty-fourth part of a day and night, 60 minutes. 2 time of day, point in time (a late hour; what is the hour?). 3 (in pl. With preceding numerals in form 18.00, 20.30, etc.) This number of hours and minutes past midnight on the 24-hour clock (will assemble at 20.00 hours). 4 a period for a specific purpose (lunch hour; keep regular hours). B (in pl.) Fixed working or open period (office hours; opening hours). 5 short period of time (an idle hour).Hob n. 1 flat heating surface with hotplates or burners, on a cooker or as a separate unit. 2 flat metal shelf at the side of a fireplace for heating a pan etc. [perhaps var. Of *hub]House arrest n. Detention in one's own house, not in prison.Hobnob v. (-bb-) (usu. Foll. By with) mix socially or informally. [hab nab have or not have]Hoard �n. Stock or store (esp. Of money or food). �v. Amass and store.  hoarder n. [old english]Hot-tempered adj. Impulsively angry.Hob n. 1 flat heating surface with hotplates or burners, on a cooker or as a separate unit. 2 flat metal shelf at the side of a fireplace for heating a pan etc. [perhaps var. Of *hub]House arrest n. Detention in one's own house, not in prison.




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