Se emplea hot cuando estamos hablando de una temperatura alta, que puede quemar: No toques la sartén, está muy caliente Don't touch the frying pan, it's very hot Me apetece un café calentito I fancy a nice hot cup of coffee ¡Caliente, caliente! Get fresh , and very at Minonly.
The whole class laughs Mrs.
¡Demasiado tarde , caliente, caliente! Mrs Spanish Teacher gives explanation The whole class laughs once again rotflmao! Its elevation is 4,300 feet.
This makes you think hard when translating; should you try to faithfully reproduce that non-idiomatic, slightly strange, occasionally meaningless style in the target language, or just try to convey what it seems like the author of the original text was trying, not always successfully, to say? You can complete the translation of ¡caliente, caliente! Insult to redheaded people, , and the music industry.