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Neil leaned against the fence ' pressing his inflamed forehead to the wooden post. RUSHING TO PARADISEHer eyes were wet and inflamed, and her chest was trembling. THE BROKEN GODNew performers, with new gimmicks, inflamed their enthusiasms. PASSION IN THE PEAK
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British English: inflamed /ɪnˈfleɪmd/ ADJECTIVE
If part of your body is inflamed, it is red or swollen because of an infection or injury.
The infection causes painful and inflamed skin.
- American English: inflamed
- Arabic: مُلْتَهِب
- Brazilian Portuguese: inflamado
- Chinese: 发炎的
- Croatian: upaljen
- Czech: zanícený podebraný
- Danish: betændt
- Dutch: ontstoken van infectie
- European Spanish: inflamado prendido
- Finnish: tulehtunut
- French: enflammé
- German: entzündet
- Greek: εξοργισμένος
- Italian: infiammato
- Japanese: 炎症を起こした
- Korean: 염증을 일으킨
- Norwegian: betent
- Polish: rozogniony
- European Portuguese: inflamado
- Romanian: inflamat
- Russian: воспаленный
- Spanish: inflamado
- Swedish: inflammerad
- Thai: ทำให้อักเสบ
- Turkish: kızgın
- Ukrainian: запалений
- Vietnamese: bị viêm
Definition of inflamed from the Collins English Dictionary
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