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blaze

US [bleɪz]
UK [bleɪz]
  • n.火焰;火灾;烈火;(光或色彩等的)展现
  • v.闪耀;熊熊燃烧;发亮光;怒视
  • Web火光;光辉;闪光
Plural Form:blazes  Present Participle:blazing  Past Tense:blazed  
blaze
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v.
1.
[i]
熊熊燃烧to burn brightly and strongly
A huge fire was blazing in the fireplace.
壁炉中火烧得正旺。
Within minutes the whole building was blazing.
不消几分钟整个大楼便成了一片火海。
He rushed back into the blazing house.
他又冲进了燃烧着的房子。
2.
[i]
闪耀;发亮光to shine brightly
The sun blazed down from a clear blue sky.
耀眼的阳光从清澈蔚蓝的天空中照射下来。
The garden blazed with colour.
花园里姹紫嫣红。
3.
[i]
~ (with sth)
怒视;(怒火)燃烧if sb's eyesblaze , they look extremely angry
Her eyes were blazing with fury.
她的双眼燃烧着怒火。
4.
[t][usupass]
~ sth (across/all over sth)
大肆宣扬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.
那个传闻被各家报纸炒得沸沸扬扬。
5.
[i]
~ (away)
连续射击if a gun or sb using a gunblazes , the gun fires continuously
In the distance machine guns were blazing.
机关枪在远处不停地射击。
IDM
The department is blazing a trail in the field of laser surgery.
这个部门正在为激光外科学领域开辟一条新路。
blaze a trail
作开路先锋;领先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.
这个部门正在为激光外科学领域开辟一条新路。
n.
1.
[c]
烈火;火灾a very large fire, especially a dangerous one
Five people died in the blaze.
火灾中有五人丧生。
2.
[sing]
火焰strong bright flames in a fire
Dry wood makes a good blaze.
干木柴烧得旺。
3.
[sing]
a ~ of sth
(光或色彩等的)展现a very bright show of lights or colour; an impressive or noticeable show of sth
The gardens are a blaze of colour.
花园里姹紫嫣红。
a blaze of lights in the city centre
市中心通明的灯火
the bright blaze of the sun
太阳的光辉
a blaze of glory
荣耀
They got married in a blaze of publicity.
他们结婚的事受到了传媒的广泛关注。
4.
[sing]
(a) ~ of sth
(感情的)迸发;发泄a sudden show of very strong feeling
a blaze of anger/passion/hate
怒火╱激情╱仇恨的迸发
5.
[c][ususing]
动物面部的白斑a white mark on an animal's face
IDM
What the blazes have you done?
你到底搞的什么名堂?
what/where/who the blazes…?
(informal)
(委婉语,烦恼和惊奇时说,与 hell 同义)used to emphasize that you are annoyed and surprised, to avoid using the wordhell
What the blazes have you done?
你到底搞的什么名堂?
like blazes
(informal)
猛烈地;迅速地very hard; very fast

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