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Translation of "flame" - English-Turkish dictionary

flame

noun [C, U]
 
 
/fleɪm/
B2 hot, bright, burning gas produced by something on fire
alev
Smoke and flames were pouring out of the burning factory. The whole building was soon in flames (= burning). The car crashed and burst into flames (= suddenly started burning).Fire and flameFire service
an angry email or message in a chat room, etc.
öfkeyle yazılmış ileti/e-posta
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Translations of “flame”
in Arabic لَهَب, شُعْلة…
in Korean 불꽃…
in Malaysian nyala…
in French flamme…
in Italian fiamma…
in Chinese (Traditional) 火, 火焰, 火舌…
in Russian огонь, пламя, угроза или оскорбление в электронном виде…
in Polish płomień, bluzgi (= w mejlu, na forum…
in Vietnamese ngọn lửa…
in Spanish llama…
in Portuguese chama…
in Thai เปลวไฟ…
in German die Flamme…
in Catalan flama…
in Japanese 炎…
in Indonesian nyala…
in Chinese (Simplified) 火, 火焰, 火舌…
(Definition of flame noun from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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