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Turkish translation of “blaze”

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blaze

noun [C]
 
 
/bleɪz/
a large, strong fire
büyük, güçlü ateş
The blaze started in the hall.Fire and flameFire service
a blaze of colour/lights etc very bright colour, lights, etc
çok parlak renkler, ışıklar
The tulips provided a blaze of colour outside her window.The qualities of colour
a blaze of glory/publicity a lot of public attention for a short time
bir zafer gösterisi, toplumsal patlama
Fame and famous
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 Polish pożar…
in Spanish llamarada, incendio, resplandor…
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 noun from the Cambridge Learners Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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