English - Vietnamese Dictionary
blaze /'blæðə/Concise Dictionary
- danh từ
- ánh sáng chói; màu sắc rực rỡ
- sự rực rỡ, sự lừng lẫy ((nghĩa đen) & (nghĩa bóng))
- the flowers make a blaze of colour in the garden: trong vườn hoa đua nở phô màu rực rỡ
- in the full blaze of one's reputation: trong thời kỳ tiếng tăm lừng lẫy nhất
- sự bột phát; cơn bột phát
- a blaze of anger: cơn giận đùng đùng
- (số nhiều) (từ lóng) địa ngục
- like blazes
- dữ dội, mãnh liệt, điên lên
+a strong flame that burns brightly
+a cause of difficulty and suffering
+noisy and unrestrained mischief
+a light-colored marking
+shine brightly and intensively
+shoot rapidly and repeatedly
+burn brightly and intensely
+move rapidly and as if blazing
+indicate by marking trees with blazes
Advanced English Dictionary
1 flame, fire, holocaust, inferno, conflagration:
The fuel barrels exploded, feeding the blaze.
2 outburst, eruption, flare-up:
Her speech fanned the Lower House into a blaze of resentment.
3 light, brightness, brilliance, brilliancy, glow:
The blaze of lamps lit up the whole square.
4 burn, flare up, flame:
In a few minutes the logs were blazing merrily.
5 blaze away (at). fire, shoot, open fire, blast; bombard, shell:
The enemy appeared, and we just blazed away at them.
verb, nounCollocation Dictionary
1 [V] to burn brightly and strongly: A huge fire was blazing in the fireplace. + Within minutes the whole building was blazing. + He rushed back into the blazing house.
2 [V] to shine brightly: The sun blazed down from a clear blue sky. + The garden blazed with colour.
3 [V] ~ (with sth) (written) if sb's eyes blaze, they look extremely angry: Her eyes were blazing with fury.
4 (also blazon) [VN] [usually passive] ~ sth (across / all over sth) to make news or information widely known by telling people about it in a way they are sure to notice: The story was blazed all over the daily papers.
5 ~ (away) if a gun or sb using a gun blazes, the gun fires continuously: In the distance machine guns were blazing.
Idioms: blaze a trail to be the first to do or to discover sth that others follow: The department is blazing a trail in the field of laser surgery.
Phrasal Verbs: blaze up
1 to suddenly start burning very strongly
2 to suddenly become very angry
1 [C] (used especially in newspapers) a very large fire, especially a dangerous one: Five people died in the blaze. + More than 50 firefighters fought to bring the blaze under control.
2 [sing.] strong bright flames in a fire: Dry wood makes a good blaze.
3 [sing.] a ~ of sth a very bright show of lights or colour; an impressive or noticeable show of sth: The gardens in summer are a blaze of colour. + a blaze of lights in the city centre + the bright blaze of the sun + a blaze of glory + They got married in a blaze of publicity.
4 [sing.] (a) ~ of sth a sudden show of very strong feeling: a blaze of anger / passion / hate
5 [C, usually sing.] a white mark on an animal's face
Idioms: what / where / who the blazes ...? (old-fashioned, spoken) used to emphasize that you are annoyed and surprised, to avoid using the word 'hell': What the blazes have you done?
like blazes (old-fashioned, spoken) very hard; very fast
fierce, intense, massive
VERB + BLAZE
attend, fight, tackle
The fire brigade attended the blaze.
| control, bring/get under control | extinguish, put out | fan
Strong winds fanned the blaze.
BLAZE + VERB
spread, sweep through sth
The blaze swept through the whole building.
in a/the ~
The antiques were destroyed in a blaze last year.
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