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Sparks fly when you are reunited with a friend. The Sun (2013)The comments sparked outrage after a transcript was released. Times, Sunday Times (2015)But the interest in war sparked attention to improved weaponry. Stearns, Peter N. World History: Patterns of Change and Continuity (1995)She sparked our imaginations and encouraged creative writing. The Sun (2011)That would have opened up the possibility of loose wires sparking the fire. Times, Sunday Times (2008)What it lacks is any real spark of excitement. Times, Sunday Times (2009)So obviously some bright spark closed that too. Times, Sunday Times (2013)The agency said it feared the gush could spark an electrical fault and lock the barrier down. The Sun (2015)Then a small irritation will spark an avalanche of frustration and action. Times, Sunday Times (2012)Now that spark can come from anywhere. Times, Sunday Times (2014)They explode in the dark in tiny electric sparks. Times, Sunday Times (2015)Once you were neighbours but love sparks fly when you meet again. The Sun (2009)His comment sparked fears of chaos if queries swamp exam bodies. The Sun (2010)Let this burden your mind and spark your imagination. Christianity Today (2000)The accident was caused by an electrical spark in an environment of pure oxygen. Times, Sunday Times (2009)Legacy projects succeed when they spark excitement and a change in attitudes about what education can lead to. Times, Sunday Times (2010)What sparked his interest in leadership? Times, Sunday Times (2006)Instead they're cheerfully sparking more cigarettes and dragging in chairs for a better view. Times, Sunday Times (2009)THE crime website some bright spark set up this week crashed the moment it went online. The Sun (2011)She sparks up a cigarette. Times, Sunday Times (2015)The spokesman said: 'There is always that tiny spark of hope. The Sun (2008)

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Inglés británico: spark /spɑːk/ NOUN
A spark is a tiny bright piece of burning material that flies up from something that is burning.
Sparks flew out of the fire in all directions.
  • Inglés americano: spark
  • Árabe: شَرَّارَة
  • Portugués brasileño: centelha
  • Chino: 火花
  • Croata: iskra
  • Checo: jiskra
  • Danés: gnist
  • Holandés: vonk
  • Español europeo: chispa
  • Finlandés: kipinä
  • Francés: étincelle
  • Alemán: Funke
  • Griego: σπίθα
  • Italiano: scintilla
  • Japonés: 火花
  • Coreano: 불꽃
  • Noruego: gnist
  • Polaco: iskra
  • Portugués: centelha
  • Rumano: scânteie
  • Ruso: искра
  • Español: chispa
  • Sueco: gnista
  • Tailandés: ประกายไฟ
  • Turco: kıvılcım
  • Ucraniano: іскра
  • Vietnamita: tia lửa
Inglés británico: spark VERB
If something sparks, sparks of fire or light come from it.
The wires were sparking above me.
  • Inglés americano: spark
  • Portugués brasileño: faiscar
  • Chino: 发出火花
  • Español europeo: echar chispas
  • Francés: faire des étincelles
  • Alemán: zünden
  • Italiano: fare scintille
  • Japonés: 火花を散らす
  • Coreano: 불꽃이 튀다
  • Portugués: faiscar
  • Español: echar chispas

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