Word: blaze

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Related words: blaze

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Synonyms: blaze

fire, flames, conflagration, inferno, holocaust, forest fire, wildfire, bush fire, glare, gleam, flash, burst, flare, streak, radiance, brilliance, beam, blazing, hell

Translations: blaze

spanish
llamarada, arder, brillo, resplandecer


german
feuersbrunst, brenne, großbrand, glanz, flamme, ...

french
explosion, incendie, flamboyer, fournaise, feu, ...

italian
splendore, vampa, scoppio

portuguese
chama

dutch
vlam, glans

russian
разглашать, метка, сверкать, выпаливать, воспылать, ...

norwegian
skinne, glans, flamme, brann

swedish
låga, sken, glans, flamma

finnish
pilkka

danish
blis, ilden, flamme, branden

czech
výbuch, plamen, požár, planout, záře, ...

polish
nacinać, płomień, płonąć, błyszczeć, ogień, ...

hungarian
láng, turistajelzés

turkish
yangın, alev, ateş, parlamak, köpürme

greek
φλόγες

ukrainian
пишнота, мітка, несамовито, сполох

albanian
flakë, flakëroj

bulgarian
пламък, пожар, блясък, Blaze, Блейз

belarusian
полымя, блiскучы, агонь

estonian
leek, tulistama, lõõmama

croatian
gorjeti, blijesak, plamsati, paljenje, plamtjeti

icelandic
blossi

lithuanian
liepsnoti, liepsna, gaisras, balta žvaigždė, plieksti

latvian
liesma

macedonian
пожарот, Блаже, пожар, огнот, пожарот во

romanian
luciu, flacără

slovenian
požár

slovak
požiar, požiaru, oheň

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The meaning and "use of": blaze

noun
  • a very large or fiercely burning fire.
  • used in various expressions of anger, bewilderment, or surprise as a euphemism for “hell”.
  • a white spot or stripe on the face of a mammal or bird.
  • a mark made on a tree by cutting the bark so as to mark a route.

verb
  • burn fiercely or brightly.
  • (of a gun or a person firing a gun) fire repeatedly or indiscriminately.
  • achieve something in an impressive manner.
  • set an example by being the first to do something; pioneer.
  • mark out a path or route.
  • (of a newspaper) present or proclaim (news) in a prominent, typically sensational, manner.

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