- catch fire or cause to catch fire；arouse or inflame (an emotion or situation)
verb: ignite, 3rd person present: ignites, gerund or present participle: igniting, past tense: ignited, past participle: ignited
- 1. catch fire or cause to catch fire:
furniture can give off lethal fumes when it ignites
sparks flew out and ignited the dry scrub
- 2. arouse or inflame (an emotion or situation):
the words ignited new fury in him
- v.catch fire or cause to catch fire:
- furniture can give off lethal fumes when it ignites
he lit a cigarette which ignited the petrol fumes
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1. The difference between “to spark” and “to ignite” is:The former is to provide a trigger... balloon waiting to explode. Using “ignite” is OK but less interesting. 4...
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...欺騙。Those words went straight to Andrew's heart and ignited the potential that others had overlooked.那些詞直接去安德魯...