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burn in



  1. (transitive, adverb) to darken (areas on a photographic print) by exposing them to light while masking other regions

Example Sentences Including 'burn in'

'OK, so he's an evil monster of a being who deserves to burn in hell!
Cecelia Ahern 2004 PS, I LOVE YOU (2004)
* Those responsible for the latest Riyadh suicide attack will " burn in hell", says Saudi Arabia's top cleric.
New Zealand Herald (2004)
He sometimes likes to abandon his desk duties to go for a burn in new patrol cars at garda headquarters in Phoenix Park.
Times, Sunday Times (2002)
How sad to realize that one day, perhaps soon, it will burn in hell!
Shah, Idries Kara Kush
I squeezed my eyes shut in an attempt to cool the searing burn in the centre of my brain.
Tapply, William G Follow the Sharks
Israeli researchers have replicated the strange way things burn in space.
New Scientist (1998)
She looked away, feeling the embarrassment burn in her cheeks.
Townsend, Eileen Dreamtime
While Bell was being led to the cells after the sentencing, one of his victims yelled ` burn in hell".
Misc (1999)


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