Flare

  • 61flare up — to happen suddenly. Severe thunderstorms flare up there at almost any time during the summer. You may not feel like chopping vegetables when the pain in your hands flares up. Etymology: based on the literal meaning of flare up (= to suddenly burn …

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  • 62flare-up — noun (C) 1 a situation in which someone suddenly becomes angry or violent: Apart from one or two flare ups the match went fairly smoothly. 2 a situation in which someone suddenly has problems because of a disease or illness after not having any… …

    Longman dictionary of contemporary English

  • 63flare — [fleə] noun [C] I 1) a bright light or flame that is used as a signal in the dark 2) a bright flame that burns for a short time II verb [I] flare [fleə] 1) to suddenly burn or shine brightly 2) to suddenly become worse or more violent 3) to… …

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  • 64flare up — verb 1. ignite quickly and suddenly, especially after having died down (Freq. 1) the fire flared up and died down once again • Hypernyms: ↑ignite, ↑light • Hyponyms: ↑kindle, ↑inflame …

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  • 65flare — Eng. Aqueous flare Dispersión de la luz de una lámpara de hendidura cuando el haz se dirige hacia el interior de la cámara anterior como consecuencia de un aumento del contenido de proteínas y de células inflamarorias en el humor acuoso …

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  • 66flare — See flair. See flair, flare …

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  • 67flare up — phr verb Flare up is used with these nouns as the subject: ↑anger, ↑conflict, ↑pain …

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  • 68flare up — Synonyms and related words: access, bake, be angry, be excitable, be in heat, belch, bellow, blaze, blaze of temper, blaze up, bloom, blow a gasket, blow up, blowup, bob up, boil, boil over, break forth, bristle, broil, burn, burst, burst forth,… …

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  • 69flare — fla·re s.m.inv. ES ingl. {{wmetafile0}} 1. TS astron. aumento improvviso di luce | → brillamento solare 2. TS ott. negli strumenti ottici, effetto della riflessione della luce sulla superficie di lenti, specchi e sim., che si manifesta come… …

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  • 70flare up — PHRASAL VERB If a disease or injury flares up, it suddenly returns or becomes painful again. → See also 2), 3), flare up [V P] Students often find that their acne flares up before and during exams …

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  • 71flare up — suddenly become intense, angry, or violent. → flare …

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  • 72flare — v 1. burn unsteadily, blaze, flame; flash, sparkle, scintillate, coruscate, gleam, fulgurate, glitter twinkle, flicker, glisten, Archaic. glister, glimmer, flut ter, shimmer; glow, phosphoresce, incandesce; radiate, illuminate. 2. burst forth,… …

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  • 73flare — n. 1) reddening of the skin that spreads outwards from a focus of infection or irritation in the skin. 2) the red area surrounding an urticarial weal. 3) (aqueous flare) the visible passage of a beam of light through the aqueous humour, which is… …

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  • 74flare — deglas statusas T sritis chemija apibrėžtis Kūgio pavidalo liepsna, skysčio arba dujų srautas. atitikmenys: angl. brush flame; flare rus. факел …

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  • 75flare — deglas statusas T sritis chemija apibrėžtis Įrenginys naftos perdirbimo įmonės nepanaudojamoms dujoms sudeginti. atitikmenys: angl. brush flame; flare rus. факел; факельное пламя …

    Chemijos terminų aiškinamasis žodynas

  • 76flare — išlyginimas statusas T sritis Gynyba apibrėžtis Orlaivio skrydžio trajektorijos keitimas siekiant lėtinti žemėjimą prieš tūpimo tašką. atitikmenys: angl. flare; roundout pranc. arrondi …

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  • 77flare — [1] A flange or a cone shaped end applied to a piece of tubing to provide a means of sealing two similarly angled areas formed in fitting the body and the nut. An enlargement at the end of a piece of flexible tubing by which the tubing is… …

    Dictionary of automotive terms

  • 78flare-up — noun a sudden intense happening an outburst of heavy rain a burst of lightning • Syn: ↑outburst, ↑burst • Derivationally related forms: ↑flare up • Hypernyms: ↑ …

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  • 79flare — The change in the flight path of an aircraft so as to reduce the rate of descent for touchdown …

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  • 80flare-up — noun Date: 1839 1. a sudden outburst or intensification 2. a sudden bursting (as of a smoldering fire) into flame or light 3. a sudden outburst of or increase in the symptoms of a disease or condition …

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