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Significado de “flame” - Diccionario Inglés

Significado de "flame" - Diccionario Inglés

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flamenoun

uk   us   /fleɪm/
  • flame noun (FIRE)

B2 [C or U] a ​stream of ​hot, ​burninggas from something on ​fire: The flames ​grewlarger as the ​firespread. The ​carflipped over and burst into flames (= ​startedburningimmediately). When the ​fireenginearrived the ​house was already in flames (= ​burning).

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  • flame noun (COMPUTING)

[C] slang an ​angry or ​offensiveemail: flame ​wars

flameverb

uk   us   /fleɪm/
  • flame verb (BURN)

[I] literary to ​burn (more) ​brightly: The ​fire flamed ​cosily in the ​hearth. The ​firesuddenly flamed (up).
  • flame verb (EMOTION)

[I] literary If an ​emotion flames, you ​feel it ​suddenly and ​strongly: Seeing the ​damage made ​hatred flame within her. [I] literary to ​suddenlybecomehot and ​red with ​emotion: His ​face flamed (​red) with ​anger.
  • flame verb (COMPUTING)

[T] slang to ​send an ​angry or ​insultingemail: Please don't flame me if you ​disagree with this ​message.
(Definition of flame from the Cambridge Advanced Learner's Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

Significado de "flame" - Diccionario Inglés Americano

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flamenoun [C/U]

 us   /fleɪm/
  • flame noun [C/U] (LIGHT)

the ​hotlight of a ​fire: [U] The ​logs in the ​fireplaceburst into flame. The ​house was in flames (= ​burning).

flameverb

 us   /fleɪm/
  • flame verb (BURN)

[I] to ​burnbrightly or more ​brightly: The ​firesuddenly flamed (up).
  • flame verb (SHOW ANGER)

[I/T] to show ​anger by ​turningred: [I] His ​face flamed and he ​startedstammering. [I/T] If you flame someone you ​disagree with, you ​sendinsultingelectronicmessages about that ​person over the ​Internet: [T] He was flamed by several other ​people in the ​chatroom.
(Definition of flame from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

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flamenoun [C]

uk   us   /fleɪm/ COMMUNICATIONS, INTERNET
an angry or ​offensivemessage that is ​sent by ​email or ​left on a messageboard, etc.

flameverb [I or T]

uk   us   /fleɪm/ COMMUNICATIONS, INTERNET
to ​send an angry or ​offensivemessage to someone using ​email, or by ​leaving it on a messageboard, etc.: When ​participating in these ​forums, you should never flame other ​participants.
(Definition of flame from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Traducciones de “flame”
en coreano 불꽃…
en árabe لَهَب, شُعْلة…
in Malaysian nyala…
en francés flamme…
en ruso огонь, пламя, угроза или оскорбление в электронном виде…
en chino (tradicionál) 火, 火焰, 火舌…
en italiano fiamma…
en turco alev, öfkeyle yazılmış ileti/e-posta…
en polaco płomień, bluzgi (= w mejlu, na forum…
en español llama…
in Vietnamese ngọn lửa…
en portugués chama…
in Thai เปลวไฟ…
en alemán die Flamme…
en catalán flama…
en japonés 炎…
en chino (simplificado) 火, 火焰, 火舌…
in Indonesian nyala…
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