HOTS

1. What does hots mean?

Attraction to a person

A term used to describe a person's attraction to someone else.

The term comes from the feeling of getting nervous and anxious, or hot and bothered, around someone that you like. It is often used to tease a person when it becomes apparent that he or she likes another person. The term commonly appears in ownership statements, such as "she has the hots" or "you got the hots."

Example

Wow, I never knew you had the hots for my brother.
Gross, shut up!

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Updated April 29, 2015
2. What does HOTS stand for?

Heart of the Swarm

An acronym that refers to the expansion pack to StarCraft 2: Wings of Liberty in which new units are added to the Terran, Zerg, and Protoss races.

Example

I can't wait until the SC2 HOTS release!
I know, Protoss seriously needs some buffs.

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Updated November 12, 2015
3. What does HOTS stand for?

Heroes of the Storm

Gamers use the acronym HotS to refer to Heroes of the Storm, a MOBA published by Blizzard Entertainment. HotS allows players to battle on teams comprised of characters from many different Blizzard games, including Diablo, Warcraft, and StarCraft.

Like most MOBAs, HotS consists of team-based matches in which each team of player characters tries to take over the other's territory. However, HotS's wealth of playable characters, game maps, and game modes make it more customizable than many MOBAs.

HotS also benefits from the ability to cross over with other Blizzard games. For example, HotS players can earn items usable in other Blizzard games, such as Hearthstone and Overwatch.

Example

I prefer HotS to LoL, but then, I've always been partial to Blizzard games.
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Updated June 3, 2022

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