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The brothers also had blazing arguments with bureaucrats and administrators at the park. Times, Sunday Times (2016)The lack of artificial light there is so total that the stars at night blaze like fireworks. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Its structural beauty was in fact the result of a blazing row. Times, Sunday Times (2017)The driver pulled on to the hard shoulder when he noticed the flames but the blaze quickly took hold. Times, Sunday Times (2016) Fires blaze, candles flicker and the autumn tasting menu is delicious. Times, Sunday Times (2016)He won five caps and did not score a try, but he did blaze a trail. Times, Sunday Times (2016)He suffered face, hand and ankle burns trying to tackle the blaze with a garden hose. The Sun (2016)The first episode of the new series had at least two in evidence blazing away in the middle of the day in high summer. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Firefighters battled for almost 24 hours to bring the blaze under control as flammable chemicals caught alight, spreading the flames to other floors. Times, Sunday Times (2016)It took more than three hours to bring the blaze under control. Times, Sunday Times (2014)The blaze of publicity did have its upside. Times, Sunday Times (2015)Restaurants often open in a blaze of glory and maximum volume from the chattering classes. Times, Sunday Times (2007)The issue is a crisis just as some other fire blazes. Times, Sunday Times (2008)The lights blazed long into the night. Times, Sunday Times (2009)There was a sudden flash of lightning that gave the face blazing eyes. The Other Side of MeThree teams of firefighters tackled the blaze for more than an hour. The Sun (2015)Firefighters said there had been no flames and the blaze was contained inside the car. The Sun (2010)Firefighters were still tackling the blaze last night. The Sun (2012)Each spider was half a city block blazing furiously. BomberWhen she got home we had a blazing row. The Sun (2010)But she would rather have gone out in a blaze of glory. Times, Sunday Times (2006)The fire blazed for five minutes while neighbours waited for the fire brigade. Times, Sunday Times (2013)She was visiting a ward overlooking the gruesome scene under blazing lights in a building opposite. The Sun (2014)The result is like an architectural monument blazing bright after a restoration that blasted off centuries of grime. Times, Sunday Times (2008)Will he suddenly and dramatically blaze a trail through the finest drivers and the fastest racing cars on the planet? Times, Sunday Times (2007)The high street is seeing out summer with a blaze of colour and a new fashion season is on the way. The Sun (2010)Yet it seems firefighters were called out of the blazing tower block moments before they could have rescued the terrified victims. The Sun (2009)And they were blazing with anger. The Sun (2010)The Italian also blazes over the crossbar after a flowing move. The Sun (2012)Some also suffered smoke inhalation in the blaze on Monday night. The Sun (2009)Its listing took place in a blaze of publicity, courting small investors to jump on the bandwagon. Times, Sunday Times (2010)
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British English: blaze /bleɪz/ NOUN
A blaze is a large fire in which things are damaged.
The blaze swept through the tower block.
- American English: blaze
- Arabic: وَهْج
- Brazilian Portuguese: chama
- Chinese: 火焰
- Croatian: plamen
- Czech: požár
- Danish: voldsom brand
- Dutch: vlammenzee
- European Spanish: incendio
- Finnish: roihu
- French: fournaise
- German: Feuer
- Greek: έκρηξη
- Italian: incendio
- Japanese: 火炎
- Korean: 불꽃
- Norwegian: brann
- Polish: ogień
- European Portuguese: chama
- Romanian: incendiu
- Russian: пламя
- Spanish: incendio
- Swedish: eldsvåda
- Thai: เปลวไฟ
- Turkish: parlak alev
- Ukrainian: полум'я
- Vietnamese: ngọn lửa
British English: blaze VERB
When a fire blazes, it burns strongly and brightly.
Three people died as wreckage blazed, and rescuers fought to release trapped drivers.
Definition of blaze from the Collins English Dictionary
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