German translation of 'ablaze'
adverb predicative or adjective
1. (literal) in Flammen
to be ablaze in Flammen stehen
to set sth ablaze etw in Brand stecken
her eyes were ablaze ihre Augen glühten
to be ablaze with light hell erleuchtet sein
to be ablaze with colour (British) or color (US) in leuchtenden Farben erstrahlen
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Example Sentences Including 'ablaze'
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And that means space should be ablaze with light.Times, Sunday Times (2012)
But what do you call a dark age that is ablaze with light?Times, Sunday Times (2012)
Nature notes Most of the larger trees are still fairly green, but there is one small tree that is ablaze with colour.Times, Sunday Times (2014)
Others were set ablaze or had their roofs blown off.Times, Sunday Times (2014)
The cities of the South are ablaze with electric light.Times, Sunday Times (2010)
They were ablaze with colour all summer.The Sun (2012)
He stepped into the nave, which was ablaze with light from thousands of candles.The Broken God (1993)
A second car belonging to their son was drenched in petrol but not set ablaze.The Sun (2016)
An attempt had been made to set the room ablaze.Times, Sunday Times (2011)
But only two people were hurt as he set a car ablaze then triggered explosives strapped to his body.The Sun (2010)
Her body was then wrapped in tarpaulin and driven away before being set ablaze inside the car.The Sun (2014)
It destroyed properties including a mosque and set shops and buildings ablaze.Times, Sunday Times (2009)
Onlookers said the wood and brick building was ablaze in minutes.The Sun (2008)
She logged on and saw a gang setting it ablaze in a field and whooping as it burst into flames.The Sun (2007)
The building was set ablaze in an apparent attempt to destroy evidence that could condemn a former mayor of involvement in a payroll scandal.Times, Sunday Times (2016)
There are new plants and beds ablaze with colour.The Sun (2013)
They lay still and watched as the rebels set the house ablaze.Times, Sunday Times (2007)
Thousands of extra police were drafted in as shops were looted, cars torched and buildings set ablaze.The Sun (2011)
Witnesses reported seeing her car ablaze and firefighters were unable to save her.The Sun (2010)
Women wailed and cried, shops and cars were ablaze.Times, Sunday Times (2009)
His eyes were so ablaze, he hardly heard me.Times, Sunday Times (2013)
Virginia creeper is at its most spectacular, with whole walls on some buildings ablaze with red.Times, Sunday Times (2016)
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'ablaze' in Other Languages
British English: ablaze ADJECTIVE
Something that is ablaze is burning very fiercely.
Shops, houses, and vehicles were set ablaze.
Translation of ablaze from the Collins English to German
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