German translation of 'inferno'
Example Sentences Including 'inferno'
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Did he escape the inferno?The Sun (2015)
No one wants a towering inferno.Times, Sunday Times (2016)
Will anyone escape from the inferno?The Sun (2009)
But when they set fire to the wood, it sparked a massive inferno.The Sun (2009)
Flames shot 30ft in the air as 100 firefighters tackled the inferno near where many film companies are based.The Sun (2009)
Forensic experts are helping to find out what sparked the inferno.The Sun (2007)
More than 100 firefighters tackled the inferno.The Sun (2011)
Not quite, but a tasty little disco inferno all their own.The Sun (2007)
One family had to dive into a farm reservoir to escape the inferno.The Sun (2009)
Only eight people survived the inferno.Times, Sunday Times (2010)
Survivors were forced to step over bodies to escape the inferno.Times, Sunday Times (2007)
Terrified motorists abandoned their cars to escape the inferno.The Sun (2012)
The Polish sofas became a towering inferno within minutes.Times, Sunday Times (2006)
There were also reports of drivers plunging their cars in lakes to escape the inferno.The Sun (2009)
WHEN you call on a firefighter to tackle a raging inferno you cannot expect him to spit it out.The Sun (2008)
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Used Occasionally. inferno is one of the 30000 most commonly used words in the Collins dictionary
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'inferno' in Other Languages
British English: inferno NOUN
If you refer to a fire as an inferno, you mean that it is burning fiercely and causing great destruction.
Rescue workers fought to get to victims inside the inferno.
Translation of inferno from the Collins English to German Dictionary