hotline

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Etymology[edit]

hot +‎ line

Noun[edit]

hotline (plural hotlines)

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  1. A telephone line that is always staffed and able to give immediate assistance.
    If you've got any problems with the product, ring our hotline.
  2. A direct line between two people, especially one between heads of state to be used in an emergency.

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Verb[edit]

hotline (third-person singular simple present hotlines, present participle hotlining, simple past and past participle hotlined)

  1. To communicate over a telephone hotline.

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