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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.
Translations of “blaze”
in Korean 화염, 불꽃…
in Arabic لَهَب, حَريْق…
in French brasier, explosion, flamboiement…
in Italian fiamma, vampa, incendio…
in Chinese (Traditional) 火, 大火,烈火…
in Russian пламя, пожар…
in Turkish büyük, güçlü ateş…
in Polish pożar…
in Portuguese chamas, incêndio…
in German die Flamme, der Ausbruch, das Leuchten…
in Catalan incendi, foc…
in Japanese 炎, 火災…
in Chinese (Simplified) 火, 大火,烈火…
(Definition of blaze from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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