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    heat or hotness

    Dear teacher!
    I don`t know whether can I use hotness or not? Could you help me?

    A burner at the bottom of the balloon provides the heat / hotness.

    What answer is correct? I think "hotness", but...

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    Re: heat or hotness

    Heat.

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    Re: heat or hotness

    I'm afraid the correct answer is heat.

    As far as I can see , hotness is an expression used with algorithms.

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    #4

    Re: heat or hotness

    Thermodynamic transferable energy is heat.

    Human passion is heat.

    Human attractiveness is hotness, but sometimes heat as well.

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    Re: heat or hotness

    Quote Originally Posted by abaka View Post
    Thermodynamic transferable energy is heat.

    Human passion is heat.

    Human attractiveness is hotness, but sometimes heat as well. Yes, and may address her as, Your Hotness.
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