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flame
[fleɪm]
noun
1. llama (f) ; llamarada (f) (informática)
  • to go up in flames ser pasto de las llamas
  • to burst into flames incendiarse
  • he's an old flame of mine (familiar) es un antiguo amor
intransitive verb
2. llamear (fire)
3. lanzar llamaradas (informática)
transitive verb
4. lanzar llamaradas a (informática)
flame [fleɪm]
noun
1 llama (f)
to be in flames arder or estar en llamas; to burst into flames [+car, plane] estallar en llamas; to commit sth to the flames echar algo al fuego; to fan the flames avivar el fuego; he watched the house go up in flames miraba cómo la casa era pasto de las llamas
2 (lover)
old flame antiguo amor (m)
she's one of his old flames
intransitive verb
1 (also flame up) [+fire] llamear; [+passion] encenderse; [+person] acalorarse
2 [+eyes] brillar; [+sky] llamear; enrojecerse
The whole western sky flamed as the sun went down
her cheeks flamed with embarrassment se puso colorada de vergüenza
transitive verb
(Internet) insultar a través de la Red; abuchear en la Red
In cyberspace, as Internet users are discovering, such self-aggrandising politicians are impotent - they are simply flamed, ignored, or laughed out of existence One contributor, who had valiantly sent transcripts from Voice of America radio news bulletins to the group, was roundly `flamed" (Netspeak for slagged off) for propagating worthless liberal propaganda
modifier
flame retardant (n)
fire retardant See culture box in entry fire.
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