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"blaze" Meaning in English

1. a light within the field of vision that is brighter than the brightness to which the eyes are adapted
Part of speech : noun
2. noisy and unrestrained mischief
Part of speech : noun
Example : raising blazes
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3. a cause of difficulty and suffering
Part of speech : noun
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4. a strong flame that burns brightly
Part of speech : noun
Example : the blaze spread rapidly
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5. to shoot rapidly and repeatedly
Part of speech : verb
Example : They blazed away at the enemies.
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6. to move rapidly and as if blazing
Part of speech : verb
Example : The spaceship blazed out into space.
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7. a light-colored marking
Part of speech : noun
Example : they chipped off bark to mark the trail with blazes
8. to indicate by marking trees with blazes
Part of speech : verb
Example : We blazed the new trail we built with orange paint marks.
9. to burn brightly and intensely
Part of speech : verb
Example : The sun is blazing today!
10. to shine brightly and intensively
Part of speech : verb
Example : Meteors blazed across the atmosphere.

Translation for "blaze"

blaze meaning in Spanish : resplandor
  • blaze meaning in German : Flamme
  • blaze meaning in Russian : полыхать
  • blaze meaning in Portuguese : chama
  • blaze meaning in Chinese : 火焰
  • blaze meaning in Japanese : 燃える
  • blaze meaning in Tamil : தீ
  • blaze meaning in Arabic : حريق
  • blaze meaning in Turkish : yangın
  • blaze meaning in Hindi : ज्वाला
  • blaze meaning in Telugu : మెరుపు
  • blaze meaning in French : flamber
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