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Difference between Get hot and Get it hot

get hot

1. begin feeling hot:

  • I would get up and run on the spot. Even when I got hot I continued because I was never so cold in my life.

2. become busy or hectic:

  • Things always get hot around here toward the end of the month.

get it hot—(coll.) be punished or scolded severely:

  • He’ll get it hot when his mother finds out that he has broken her new vase.