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Traducción en español de “blaze”

blaze

noun /bleiz/
a bright light or fire
llamarada, incendio; resplandor
A fireman rescued her from the blaze.
an outburst (of anger, emotion etc)
arranque, explosión
He stormed out of the room in a blaze of fury.
a bright display
fulgor, resplandor
The firework exploded in a blaze of colour/color.
blazing adjective burning brightly
fulgurante, resplandeciente
a blazing fire.
extremely angry
violento, encolerizado
a blazing row.
(Definition of blaze from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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