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EnglishEdit

 
A hot dog on a bun, with ketchup.

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EtymologyEdit

1894 (US), both the sense of frankfurter in a roll, and of show-off.

PronunciationEdit

  • (UK) IPA(key): /ˈhɒt.dɒɡ/
  • (US) IPA(key): /ˈhɑt.dɔɡ/, /ˈhɑt.dɑɡ/
  • (Boston, New England) IPA(key): /ˈhʌt.dɒɡ/, [ˈhʌʔ.dɒːɡ]

InterjectionEdit

hot dog!

  1. An expression of delight or enthusiasm
    • 1954, Oren Arnold, The Golden Chair, Elsevier, page 249,
      He patted his lap for her to sit on. Hot dog, I said to myself; settin' on his lap!
    • 2006, Robert B. Parker, Hundred-Dollar Baby, Putnam, →ISBN, page 140,
      "Anybody with an alibi they can tell me?" I said.
      No one said anything.
      "Hot dog!" I said.
  2. An expression of disappointment

NounEdit

hot dog (plural hot dogs)

  1. A sandwich consisting of a frankfurter, or wiener, in a bread roll, usually served with ketchup, mustard, relish, etc.
  2. A sausage of the type used as a general ingredient in this sandwich.
  3. A show-off or daredevil, especially in such sports as surfing, skateboarding, or skiing.
  4. (New Zealand) A battered, deep-fried sausage or saveloy on a stick.
  5. (informal) a penis
    • 1994 Sexual Harassment in Education page page 26
      primarily verbal teasing from both male and female students, ranging from statements that the student had a "hot dog in her pants" and that she had "sex with hot dogs." to graffiti that "Jane is a hot dog bitch."
    • 1995 The Guide to American Law Supplement page 347
      It started in the fall of 1990, early in seventh grade, when two boys told her, "I hear you have a hot dog in your pants."
      girls were now making hot dog remarks. the counselor maintained—incorrectly—that he was powerless to stop it
    • 1996 Richard Sandomir Life for Real Dummies: A Reference for the Totally Clueless page 5
      How 'bout I put my hot dog in your bun?
    • 1999 Louis I. Gerdes Sexual Harassment page 118
      In the fall of 1990, when she was in the seventh grade, classmates spread the word that Doe had a hot dog in her pants.
    • 2012 Elias Sassoon Hashish Dreaming page 58
      But what it is basically the in and the out, the hot dog splicing through the doughnut.
    • 2019 Hot Blood, Hot Thoughts, Hot Deeds, Empire season 5 episode 13
      I'm just saying, you being a mama, it's time to clear the cobwebs. You know what I'm saying? Put a banana in the monkey. You know, hot dog in your bun.
  6. a physical gesture involving hip movement
    • 2006 Kyra D. Gaunt The Games Black Girls Play: Learning the Ropes from Double-dutch to Hip-hop page 98
      This gyrated gesture (“hot dog”) appears to suggest the movements of sexual intercourse to an onlooker, but for girls it's merely play. The movement is also, however, a way of learning to move one's hips in a way that will become useful, on and off the dance floor, in their embodied relations with others.

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VerbEdit

hot dog (third-person singular simple present hot dogs, present participle hot dogging, simple past and past participle hot dogged)

  1. (intransitive, slang) To perform a dangerous or difficult act or stunt as a display of skill or daring.

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FinnishEdit

 
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EtymologyEdit

Borrowed from English hot dog.

PronunciationEdit

  • IPA(key): /ˈhotdoɡ/, [ˈho̞t̪do̞ɡ]

NounEdit

hot dog

  1. hot dog (frankfurter in a bun)

DeclensionEdit

Inflection of hot dog (Kotus type 5/risti, no gradation)
nominative hot dog hot dogit
genitive hot dogin hot dogien
partitive hot dogia hot dogeja
illative hot dogiin hot dogeihin
singular plural
nominative hot dog hot dogit
accusative nom. hot dog hot dogit
gen. hot dogin
genitive hot dogin hot dogien
partitive hot dogia hot dogeja
inessive hot dogissa hot dogeissa
elative hot dogista hot dogeista
illative hot dogiin hot dogeihin
adessive hot dogilla hot dogeilla
ablative hot dogilta hot dogeilta
allative hot dogille hot dogeille
essive hot dogina hot dogeina
translative hot dogiksi hot dogeiksi
instructive hot dogein
abessive hot dogitta hot dogeitta
comitative hot dogeineen

ItalianEdit

EtymologyEdit

Borrowed from English hot dog.

NounEdit

hot dog m (invariable)

  1. hot dog (frankfurter in a bun)
  2. (by extension) hot dog (the complete snack)

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PortugueseEdit

EtymologyEdit

Borrowed from English hot dog.

PronunciationEdit

NounEdit

hot dog m (plural hot dogs)

  1. hot dog (frankfurter in a bun)

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SpanishEdit

EtymologyEdit

Borrowed from English hot dog.

PronunciationEdit

  • IPA(key): /xodˈdoɡ/, [xoðˈðoɣ]

NounEdit

hot dog m (plural hot dogs or hot dog)

  1. (Mexico) hot dog (the complete snack, never just the sausage)

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