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Spanish translation of “bonfire”

bonfire

noun /ˈbonfaiə/
a large fire in the open air, often built to celebrate something
hoguera
Harry lit the bonfire.
bonfire night noun ( Bonfire Night) the night of 5th November when people in Britain have a tradition of lighting fireworks and burning a guy (= an effigy of Guy Fawkes) on a large outdoor fire. The event celebrates Guy Fawkes’ unsuccessful attempt to destroy the Houses of Parliament with explosives; Guy Fawkes’ night.
Noche de Hoguera
(Definition of bonfire from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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