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flare

verb [I] (BURN BRIGHTLY) 明亮地燃燒     /fleər/ US  /fler/
to burn brightly either for a short time or not regularly (短暫地)旺燒;(搖曳著)燃燒 The flame above the oil well flared (up) into the dark sky. 油井上的火焰一下子旺燒起來,直衝向漆黑的夜空。 Burning, burnt and on fire
(Definition of flare verb (BURN BRIGHTLY) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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