hot off the press

Idiom Definition

Idiom Definition - hot off the press

"hot off the press"

something new that is sensational and exciting;

newly printed


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Idiom Scenario 1

Idiom Definition - hot off the press

Two colleagues are talking ...

Colleague 1:  I have got some exciting news.

Colleague 2:  Tell me!

Colleague 1:  I overheard the vice-president telling our manager that our supervisor is going to get fired.

Colleague 2:  That is the first I have heard of this.

Colleague 1:  It is hot off the press.

Idiom Scenario 2

Idiom Definition - hot off the press

Two friends are talking ...

Friend 1:  What have you got there?

Friend 2:  It is the latest book in the series we have been reading.

Friend 1:  I did not know the new book was out.

Friend 2:  It is hot off the press. It just arrived in bookstores this morning.

hot off the press - Usage:


hot off the press - Gerund Form:

There is no gerund form for hot off the press.

hot off the press - Examples:

1)  ... the information is "hot off the press", so to speak, and we now need to act quickly.

2)  Subscribe here to read it hot off the press.

3)  We've packed some fresh goodness hot off the press and this weekend is going to be a banger.

4)  In her hand she had, hot off the press and with the launch imminent, a copy of Imran Khan's ...

5)  Stop by our bookstore to get your copy today. Also hot off the press is the newly released GRANDMA 16 genealogy database.

6)  I've got this new piece of research hot off the press, published today by the House of Commons library saying that ...

7)  Fedora 22, the newest iteration of its free Linux operating system that's so hot off the press it hasn't been christened with a codename yet.

8)  ... you can still bank on us to bring you the best travel deals, hot off the press... starting right here on this page.

9)  She posted the photo of her new cookbook.' Just received my first cookbook hot off the press!! Can't even believe I finally did this!

10)  "This school is hot off the press," Creecy said. "I think the constructor is still putting the finishing touches."

11)  Nokia's latest flagship smartphone and its first ever Lumia tablet are still hot off the press, ...

12)  Aren't you glad you got this little piece of info hot off the press? This was the actual headline on TMZ, ...

13)  Our first van arrived on the scene with towels hot off the press and still smelling of fresh ink.

14)  Booksellers are constantly seduced by the new hot off the press titles continually streaming through the back door. 

15)  And with the Leveson inquiry still unfolding, much of the material felt hot off the press.

16)  We've got some hot off the press casting news for series two of Sherlock for you, ...

17)  I didn't immediately realise just how hot off the press this quiet piece of information was.

18)  We had lunch with the right whale expert one month ago -- hot off the press! -- and were informed of a new development.

19)  This one's hot off the press! Qantas is making a play for frequent flier loyalty ...

20)  There followed a moment of drama as Southend's brief produced a sealed letter, hot off the press, setting out sources of future funds.