Flare

  • 81flare-up — noun a) A sudden outbreak, outburst or eruption (originally of flame, but now used more generally of any violent activity) b) A sudden intensification in activity …

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  • 82flare up — verb a) To burn brightly again. b) To become more intense suddenly …

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  • 83flare up at — verb To suddenly display anger at …

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  • 84Flare — Паразитная освещённость; Несовпадение кромок листов при подборке …

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  • 85Flare — bloom, blossom; e.g. corn flares, wile flares, etc.: Wet cheque ettha flares? Gloria sarnthay. I gom airtat Sairf Nils …

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  • 86flare — Australian Slang bloom, blossom; e.g. corn flares, wile flares, etc.: Wet cheque ettha flares? Gloria sarnthay. I gom airtat Sairf Nils …

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  • 87flare — I (New American Roget s College Thesaurus) v. blaze [up], burst into flame; shine, glow; spread out, swell, splay. n. torch, flambeau, signal [light]; curvature, swelling; out burst. See light, expansion. II (Roget s IV) n. Syn. glare, brief… …

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  • 88flare-up — I (Roget s 3 Superthesaurus) n. outbreak, outburst, explosion, rise, blowup, disruption, convulsion, epidemic, uprising, spurt, gush. II (Roget s Thesaurus II) noun 1. The visible signs of combustion: blaze1, conflagration, fire, flame. See HOT.… …

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  • 89flare\ up — v 1. To burn brightly for a short time especially after having died down. The fire flared up again and then died. 2. To become suddenly angry. The mayor flared up at the reporter s remark. The mother flared up at her children. 3. To begin again… …

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  • 90flare — flair …

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  • 91flare — fler /fleÉ™ n. wavering flame or light; sudden burst of light; outburst of anger or emotion; bright signal light; outwardly spreading curve v. burn unsteadily; suddenly burst into flame, ignite; suddenly burst into anger; signal using a bright… …

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  • 92flare up — v. explode; be enthusiastic …

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  • 93flare-up — n. sudden outburst of anger; sudden intensification; sudden bursting into flame; excitement, enthusiasm …

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  • 94Flare up —    Voir Tueur de filles …

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  • 95flare — feral …

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  • 96flare up — become suddenly angry, begin again suddenly The fighting flared up again after the United Nations soldiers left the town …

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  • 97Flare —   A tall stack equipped with burners used as a safety device at wellheads, refining facilities, gas processing plants, and chemical plants. Flares are used for the combustion and disposal of combustible gases. The gases are piped to a remote,… …

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  • 98flare-up — noun a sudden outburst of violence, hostility, etc …

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  • 99flare up — Fly into a passion, get angry, fire up, lose one s temper, boil over with rage …

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  • 100flare — I. v. n. 1. Waver, flicker, flutter, stream broadly sideways, blaze unsteadily. 2. Glare, dazzle, shine forth suddenly, flame, blaze. 3. Widen, widen out, spread outward, flue, splay. II. n. Glare, unsteady light …

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