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burnt

adjective     /bɜːnt/
destroyed or made black by fire or heat: burnt toastBurning, burnt and on fire
Translations of “burnt”
in Korean 탄…
in Arabic مُحْتَرَق…
in Portuguese queimado…
in Catalan cremat…
in Japanese 焦げた, 黒焦げの…
in Italian bruciato…
in Chinese (Traditional) 燒焦的, 燒毀的…
in Russian подгоревший, сгоревший…
in Turkish yanmış, kömür gibi olmuş…
in Chinese (Simplified) 烧焦的, 烧毁的…
in Polish przypalony, spalony…
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