Translation of "blaze" - English-Spanish dictionary

blaze

verb uk /bleɪz/ (present participle blazing, past tense and past participle blazed)

to burn or shine very brightly or strongly

arder
The sun was blazing in the sky.
noun uk /bleɪz/

a large fire

incendio, fuego
The blaze started in the hall.
a blaze of colour

a lot of bright colours

una explosión de color
The flowers were a blaze of colour outside her window.
a blaze of color

a lot of bright colours

una explosión de color
The flowers were a blaze of colour outside her window.

(Translation of “blaze” from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

blaze

noun /bleiz/

a bright light or fire

llamarada, incendio; resplandor
A fireman rescued her from the blaze.

an outburst (of anger, emotion etc)

arranque, explosión
He stormed out of the room in a blaze of fury.

a bright display

fulgor, resplandor
The firework exploded in a blaze of colour/color.
blazing adjective

burning brightly

fulgurante, resplandeciente
a blazing fire.

extremely angry

violento, encolerizado
a blazing row.

(Translation of “blaze” from the PASSWORD English-Spanish Dictionary © 2014 K Dictionaries Ltd)