Definition of 'burnt-out'
Example sentences containing 'burnt-out'
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There were no obvious landmarks, not unless one counted the burnt-out cars. THE IMAGE OF LAURA (2002)The final image was a still they had recovered from somewhere of the burnt-out wreck of Allen's van. LOST SUMMER (2002)A burnt-out gun-carrier stood among splintered trees, reminder of the most recent coup. SOMEWHERE EAST OF LIFE (2002)
Translations for 'burnt-out'
British English: burnt-out ADJECTIVE
Burnt-out vehicles or buildings have been so badly damaged by fire that they can no longer be used.
...a burnt-out car.
Definition of burnt-out from the Collins English Dictionary
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