Translation: from spanish

in the hot seat

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  • the hot seat — the position of someone who is in trouble or is being asked many difficult or embarrassing questions When the company ran into financial trouble, it was the accountant who found herself in the hot seat. • • • Main Entry: ↑hot seat …   Useful english dictionary

  • the hot seat — UK US noun [S] INFORMAL ► the situation of being responsible for making difficult decisions that people, often employees, may not like: »The man in the hot seat has a lot of figures to think about …   Financial and business terms

  • (the) hot seat — the hot seat UK US noun informal a difficult position in which you are responsible for decisions and problems that may make many people angry Thesaurus: difficult situations and experiencessynonym …   Useful english dictionary

  • the hot seat — informal 1》 the position of a person who carries full responsibility for something. → hot seat …   English new terms dictionary

  • the hot seat — UK / US noun informal a difficult position in which you are responsible for decisions and problems that may make many people angry …   English dictionary

  • In The Hot Seat — Album par Emerson, Lake Palmer Sortie 27 septembre 1994 Durée 1:01:27 Genre(s) rock progressif Producteur(s) Keith Olsen Label …   Wikipédia en Français

  • In the Hot Seat — Album par Emerson, Lake Palmer Sortie 27 septembre 1994 Durée 1:01:27 Genre rock progressif Producteur Keith Olsen Label …   Wikipédia en Français

  • In the Hot Seat — Infobox Album | Name = In the Hot Seat Type = Album Artist = Emerson, Lake Palmer Released = 27 September, 1994 Recorded = Genre = Progressive rock Length = 61:27 Label = Victory Music Producer = Keith Olsen Last album = Live at the Royal Albert… …   Wikipedia

  • in the hot seat — phr. in a situation where one is being scrutinized or asked questions. (See also hot seat.) □ I was in the hot seat for about an hour, but they didn’t learn anything from me. □ This new information puts Tom in the hot seat, doesn’t it? …   Dictionary of American slang and colloquial expressions

  • in the hot seat — British, American & Australian, American in a position where you are responsible for important or difficult things. He suddenly found himself in the hot seat, facing a hundred angry residents at a protest meeting. She has been the woman in the… …   New idioms dictionary

  • in the hot seat — If someone s in the hot seat, they are the target for a lot of unwelcome criticism and examination …   The small dictionary of idiomes


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