Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Hotter"

The meaning of "Hotter" in various phrases and sentences

Q: O que significa That is despite having to cook it longer and hotter than would be acceptable at a Ducasse restaurant on Earth.?
A: Mr. Ducasse has restaurants (here on Earth) where he serves fancy food, and he also makes this food for astronauts to eat in space. To make the food ready to be eaten in space, he has to cook it at a hotter temperature and for more time than he would when making this food for guests at one of his restaurants, on Earth. Even though they have to cook it differently than they would for his restaurants, his company still produces the space food, and it still tastes lovely.
Q: O que significa it was much hotter than it rained.?
A: Maybe, "It was much hotter, then it rained"

It was very hot. But then it rained, so the temperature cooled down a little.
Q: O que significa It only grows "harder", only grows "hotter"?
A: In the context of the song, it means that whatever he is seeking only gets more difficult to achieve.
Q: O que significa It was hotter than hades?
A: Hades is Greek Hell

-> It was very hot

Synonyms of "Hotter" and their differences

Q: Qual é a diferença entre it has been getting hotter and hotter e it is getting hotter and hotter ?
A: Again, the difference is very subtle. Most people would use those phrases interchangeably.

Here is the difference.


He was playing soccer.
This means that he played soccer and is no longer playing soccer in the current moment.
Example: I was late last night because I was playing soccer.

He has been playing soccer.
This can also mean that he played soccer and is not playing in the current moment. Another interpretation he played in the past and that he will be continuing to play soccer in the future. It's continuous.

A: Why is he always late?
B: He has been playing soccer every day.
Q: Qual é a diferença entre #1 It's getting hotter e #2 It's getting hot ?
A: #1 means that it already has been "hot", but it is still increasing in heat
#2 means that it wasn't previously hot, but now as the heat is increasing, it is becoming hot
(in both hot is being used as a relative opinion)

"Turn down the temperature, it's getting hot!"

"It's getting hotter in here! I'm sweating, it's so hot!"
Q: Qual é a diferença entre warmer e hotter ?
A: Hot is hotter than warm. Warmer is warmer than warm. Hotter is hotter than hot.
Q: Qual é a diferença entre "as it gets hotter, the company's profit will go up" e "the hotter it gets, the higher the company's profit will go up" ?
A: Well they both mean the same thing and which you say really depends on where you were raised. So it's which ever just comes more natural to you.

Translations of "Hotter"

Q: Como é que se diz isto em Inglês (EUA)? It's getting hotter in summer and getting colder in winter.

Can I express it like this below?

Summer and winter are getting severe.
A: every year the summers get hotter and the winters get colder than the last
Q: Como é que se diz isto em Inglês (EUA)? hot, hotter and hottest in spanish
A: caliente
mas caliente
el mas caliente
Q: Como é que se diz isto em Inglês (EUA)? I'll move to a hotter country
A: Check the question to view the answer
Q: Como é que se diz isto em Inglês (EUA)? It's hotter now than earlier
A: ¡Muchas gracias! Olvidé la palabra "antes", creí necesité "temprano"

Other questions about "Hotter"

Q: Outside was getting hotter and hotter, but I totally forgot about the rabbit in the balcony. soa natural?
A: Outside was getting hotter and hotter, *and I totally forgot about the rabbit *on the balcony.
Q: It's hot. Anyway, it's hot. They say it'll be hotter next week. soa natural?
A: It’s so hot today, and it’s going to be even hotter next week.

Saying “It’s hot. Anyway, it’s hot” sounds a tad unnatural because of how unnecessary it is to say it’s hot again.

And though native people do make this mistake often, you can’t just say “they” because we don’t know who “they” is. You have to trade “they” for a different subject “the news forecast” or “my mother” would be a good change. And then when the subject is understood, you can use “they”.
Q: It’s getting hotter day by day, so I can’t wear layering. I decided to change it to short sleeve shirt and short bread style! soa natural?
A: It’s getting hotter day by day so I can’t wear layers of clothes. I decided to change to short sleeve shirt and short bread style!
Q: We have had a much hotter summer this year than usual. soa natural?
A: Very natural!
Q: The more it's getting hotter and hotter, the more watermelons are better. soa natural?
A: The hotter it gets, the better it is for eating watermelons.

The hotter it gets, the more I want to eat watermelons.

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