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  1. burn

    • IPA[bəːn]

    英式

    • v.
      (of a fire) produce flames and heat while consuming a material such as coal or wood;be in flames
    • n.
      an injury caused by exposure to heat or flame;a mark left on something as a result of being burned
    • verb: burn, 3rd person present: burns, gerund or present participle: burning, past tense: burned, past participle: burned

    • noun: burn, plural noun: burns

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    • 1. an injury caused by exposure to heat or flame he was treated in hospital for burns to his hands
    • a mark left on something as a result of being burned the carpet was covered in cigarette burns
    • an injury caused by friction they found rope burns around her waist
    • a hot, painful sensation in the muscles experienced as a result of sustained vigorous exercise.
    • informal a particularly cutting insult he's been on the receiving end of his fair share of sick burns ‘No, it's not ready, probably because I work twice as many accounts as you do.’ (Burn!)
    • 2. consumption of a type of fuel as an energy source natural gas produces the cleanest burn of the lot
    • a firing of a rocket engine in flight.
    • 3. North American, Australian, New Zealand an act of clearing of vegetation by burning.
    • an area of land cleared by burning vegetation.
    • 4. British informal a cigarette.
    • adj.
      on fire: a burning building

    Oxford American Dictionary

    • adj.
      on fire: a burning building

    Oxford Dictionary

    • v.
      past and past participle of burn

    Oxford Dictionary

    • ph.
      ruin one's health or become completely exhausted through overwork

    Oxford Dictionary

    • ph.
      ruin one's health or become completely exhausted through overwork

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    • ph.
      (of an object entering the earth's atmosphere) be destroyed by heat

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    • IPA[bərn]

    美式

    • v.
      (of a fire) produce flames and heat while consuming a material such as coal or wood: a fire burned and crackled cheerfully in the grate
    • n.
      an injury caused by exposure to heat or flame: he was treated in the hospital for burns to his hands

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    • IPA[bəːn]

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    • n.
      a small stream.

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    • IPA[bərn]

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    • n.
      a small stream; a brook.

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