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burn

verb
 
 
/bɜːn/ ( past tense and past participle burnt, burned)
DESTROY [I, T] B1 to destroy something with fire, or to be destroyed by fire
yakmak, yanmak
I burnt all his letters. The factory burned to the ground. He dropped his cigarette and burnt a hole in his jacket.Burning, burnt and on fire
FLAMES [I] B1 to produce flames
yangın çıkarmak, yanmak
The fire's burning well.Burning, burnt and on fire
COOK TOO LONG [I, T] If you burn something that you are cooking, you cook it too much and if something you are cooking burns, it cooks too much.
yemek vb. yakmak, ateşte yakarak yok etmek, dibini tutturmak, dibi tutmak
Check the pizza - I think it's burning!Burning, burnt and on fire
burn yourself/your fingers, etc B1 to be hurt by fire or heat
kendini/parmağını vs. yakmak, yakarak yaralamak
He burned his hand on the kettle.Burning, burnt and on fire
ENERGY [T] ( also burn up) to use fuel to produce heat or energy
benzin yakmak
to burn calories/fuelBurning, burnt and on fire
COPY [T] to copy music, information or images onto a CD
CD'ye bir şeyler kaydetmek
He's burnt all his favourite records onto a CD.Copying and copiesForgery
SKIN [I] to be very hot or sore
yanmak, kızarmak, acı ile yanmak
Her cheeks were burning.Pain and painful
burn with anger/hatred, etc to feel an emotion very strongly
kızgınlıktan/nefretten yanıp tutuşmak, içi yanmak, öfkeden kudurmak, içi içini yemek
Strong feelings
(Definition of burn verb from the Cambridge Learners Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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