Hot property

Hot property
1. person or thing highly valued for its commercial potential;
2. person or thing that is currently all the rage; the in thing or person;
3. sexually attractive person

Dictionary of Australian slang . 2013.

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  • hot property — noun (informal) A person regarded as a great asset or success • • • Main Entry: ↑hot * * * hot property see ↑hot, 1 • • • Main Entry: ↑property …   Useful english dictionary

  • Hot Property — Infobox Television show name = Hot Property caption = format = Game Show picture format = 4:3 (1997 2000) 16:9 (2001 2003) runtime = 30mins (inc. adverts) creator = starring = Sandy Mitchell (Original series) Tris Payne (Host 1: Revival series)… …   Wikipedia

  • Hot Property (Australian TV series) — Infobox Television show name = Hot Property (Hot Auctions) caption = format = Game Show picture format = runtime = 30mins (inc. adverts) creator = starring = Michael Caton channel = Channel Seven first aired = 1999 last aired = present num… …   Wikipedia

  • Hot Property (album) — Infobox Album Name = Hot Property Type = Studio album Artist = Heatwave Released = 1979 Recorded = Genre = R B, Funk Length = Label = Epic Producer = Reviews = Allmusic Rating|4|5 [http://www.allmusic.com/cg/amg.dll?p=amg sql=10:kzvyxd7bjoly… …   Wikipedia

  • hot property — noun Stolen goods …   Wiktionary

  • hot property — Australian Slang 1. person or thing highly valued for its commercial potential; 2. person or thing that is currently all the rage; the in thing or person; 3. sexually attractive person …   English dialects glossary

  • hot — [ hat ] adjective *** ▸ 1 very high in temperature ▸ 2 food: with spices ▸ 3 involving strong emotion ▸ 4 exciting and interesting ▸ 5 very good/skillful/lucky ▸ 6 difficult/dangerous ▸ 7 involving sex ▸ 8 determined to do something ▸ 9 busy ▸ 10 …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • Hot desking — originates from the definition of being the temporary physical occupation of a work station or surface by a particular employee. The term hot desking is thought to be derived from the naval practice, called hot racking, where sailors on different …   Wikipedia

  • property — c.1300, nature, quality, later possession (a sense rare before 17c.), from an Anglo Fr. modification of O.Fr. propriete (12c., Fr. propreté), from L. proprietatem (nom. proprietas) ownership, property, propriety, lit. special character (a loan… …   Etymology dictionary

  • hot — I UK [hɒt] / US [hɑt] adjective Word forms hot : adjective hot comparative hotter superlative hottest *** Other ways of saying hot: tepid almost cold: used especially of liquids: a mouthful of tepid coffee lukewarm only slightly hot: used… …   English dictionary

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