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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

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    • adj.
      on fire: a burning building

    Oxford American Dictionary

    • v.
      past and past participle of burn

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    • n.
      the evening of 25 January, the birthday of the Scottish poet Robert Burns, on which ... I've just realized it's Burns Night tonight, and I've no haggis in the fridge

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    • n.
      the evening of 25 January, the birthday of the Scottish poet Robert Burns, on which ... I've just realized it's Burns Night tonight, and I've no haggis in the fridge

    Oxford American Dictionary

    • ph.
      (1759–96), Scottish poet, noted for poems such as “The Jolly Beggars” (1786) and “Tam o' ...

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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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