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  1. blaze

    • IPA[bleɪz]

    英式

    • n.
      a very large or fiercely burning fire;a very bright display of light or colour
    • v.
      burn fiercely or brightly;burst into flame
    • noun: blaze, plural noun: blazes

    • verb: blaze, 3rd person present: blazes, gerund or present participle: blazing, past tense: blazed, past participle: blazed

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    • 片語
    • n.
      名詞
    • 1. a very large or fiercely burning fire:

      twenty firemen fought the blaze

    • 2. a very bright display of light or colour:

      the gardens in summer are a blaze of colour

    • 3. a conspicuous display or outburst of something:

      White ended the season in a blaze of glory, with seven goals in as many games

      their relationship broke up in a blaze of publicity

    • 4. used in various expressions of anger, bewilderment, or surprise as a euphemism for ‘hell’:

      ‘Go to blazes!’ he shouted

      what the blazes are you all talking about?

    • v.
      動詞
    • 1. burn fiercely or brightly:

      the fire blazed merrily

    • 2. burst into flame:

      he attacked the fire with poker and tongs until it blazed up

    • 3. shine brightly or powerfully:

      the sun blazed down

      Barbara's eyes were blazing with anger

    • 4. fire a gun repeatedly or indiscriminately:

      they stormed with main entrance with guns blazing

    • 5. achieve something in an impressive manner:

      she blazed to a gold medal in the 200-metre sprint

    • 6. hit (a ball) with impressive strength:

      he blazed a drive into the rough

    • 7. smoke cannabis.
    • burst into flame

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    • adj. of a vivid orange color, especially as used for hunting attire to increase its visibility:

    • blaze orange clothing has helped reduce accidents at the start of pheasant season

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    • very fast or forcefully

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    • very fast or forcefully

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    • IPA[blāz]

    美式

    • n.
      a very large or fiercely burning fire:
    • twenty fireman fought the blaze
    • v.
      burn fiercely or brightly:
    • the fire blazed merrily

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    • IPA[bleɪz]

    英式

    • n.
      a white spot or stripe on the face of a mammal or bird.
    • v.
      set an example by being the first to do something; pioneer:
    • small firms would set the pace, blazing a trail for others to follow

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    • IPA[blāz]

    美式

    • n.
      a white spot or stripe on the face of a mammal or bird.
    • v.
      set an example by being the first to do something; pioneer:
    • small firms would set the pace, blazing a trail for others to follow

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    • IPA[blāz]

    美式

    • v.
      (of a newspaper) present or proclaim (news) in a prominent, typically sensational, manner:
    • “Pop stars and drugs” blazed the headline

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    • IPA[bleɪz]

    英式

    • v.
      present or proclaim (news) in a prominent, typically sensational, manner:
    • ‘Pop stars and drugs’ blazed the headline

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