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Explanation: In Spanish you can't say "hot boyfriend", it just doesn't sound right, instead I'd suggest: "un novio buenísimo", which has almost the same meaning.
I want = you quiero
a boyfriend = un novio
hot = "buenísimo"
Explanation: since here "hot" is english slang to mean highly desirable... puedes usar "de película" como dicho similar en español.
Jackie_A United States Local time: 06:13 Native speaker of: Spanish, English PRO pts in pair: 314
guapo, chulo, lindo, buen mozo
Explanation: these all mean "hot" in this sense. hot means basically very good looking.
you can add -ísimo to any of these to increase the "hotness" of the desired boyfriend, eg, "guapísimo" that's all good.
so it's "(yo) quiero un novio guapísimo"
Joseph Royal United States Local time: 06:13 Native speaker of: English PRO pts in pair: 27