burning

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İngilizce - Türkçe
yanan

Tom yanan arabadan Mary'yi çıkardı. - Tom pulled Mary out of the burning car.

Tom yanan bir binadan bir çocuğu kurtarmaya çalışırken öldü. - Tom died trying to save a child from a burning building.

yakıcı
mühim
yanarak
yakarak

Zayıflamanın tek yolu yediğinden daha fazla kalori yakarak bir kalori açığı oluşturmaktır. - The only way to lose weight is to create a caloric deficit by burning more calories than you eat.

büyük
(Tekstil) pişirme
yakan
{f} yak

Geçmişe bakıldığında, çöplerimizi evlerimize çok yakın yakmamamız gerektiği apaçık ortadadır. - In retrospect, it may seem obvious that we shouldn't have been burning our trash so close to our house.

Savaşçı evi yakıyor mu? - Is the warrior burning the house?

çözüm bekleyen
kızgın
önemli
ivedi
acil
{s} şiddetli, hararetli, büyük: She has a burning desire to become rich and famous. Zengin ve ünlü olmak için yanıp
{s} ateşli
fokus burning question hararetli sorun
fırınlama
büyük ayıp
{f} yan: prep.yana
(Tekstil) 1. yanma 2. yakma
yanan/acil/yakıcı
{f} yak: prep.yakarak
{s} hararetli
üzerinde çok münakaşa edilen
{s} şiddetli

Yangın şiddetli bir şekilde yanıyor. - The fire is burning furiously.

burning point yanma noktası
burning glass pertavsız
yanıcı
(isim) Suzan
yanis
alevlenmiş
yakma

Geçmişe bakıldığında, çöplerimizi evlerimize çok yakın yakmamamız gerektiği apaçık ortadadır. - In retrospect, it may seem obvious that we shouldn't have been burning our trash so close to our house.

Çöpleri eve çok yakın yakmak iyi bir fikir değildi. - Burning the trash so close to the house wasn't a good idea.

burn
yakmak

Amerika Birleşik Devletlerinde Amerikan bayrağını yakmak bir suç mu? - Is it a crime to burn the American flag in the United States?

Bir ormanı yakmak için bir kıvılcım yeterli olur. - A spark would be enough to burn a forest.

burn
yanmak
burning oil
gazyağı
burning smell
yanık kokusu
burning train
(Askeri) tutuşturma serisi
burning glass
pertavsız
burning glass
büyüteç
burning point
yanma çekidi
burning question
acil çözüm bekleyen sorun
burning zone lining
pişirme bölgesi örgüsü
burning behaviour
yanma davranışı
burning brightly
parlak yanan
burning bush
yanan bush
burning calories
kalori yakmak
burning coal
yanan kömür
burning heat
yakıcı işi
burning issue
yakıcı sorunu
burning one's bridges
(= burn öne's boats) Biri ile ilişkilerini bitirmek, kesmek
burning out
dışarı yanma
burning ratio
yanma oranı
burning voltage
yanma gerilimi
burning behavior
yanma özelliği
burning behaviour
yanma karakteri
burning coal
kömür yakılması
burning cost
(Sigorta) hasar maliyeti
burning down of villages
köy yakma
burning forest
yanan orman
burning glass
yakma camı
burning in horizontal position
yatay durumda yanma
burning inhibitor
(Havacılık) yanma sınırlayıcısı
burning off
yakarak boya sökme
burning period
pişme süresi
burning point
yanma noktası
burning quality
yanma kalitesi
burning question
(deyim) en önemli derhal ele alınması gereken sorun;çok tartısılan sorun
burning rate modifier
(Havacılık) yanma hızı düzenleyicisi
burning test
(Tekstil) yakma testi
burning test
(Tekstil) yakma deneyi
burning the nets
(Spor) arka arkaya sayı yapmak
burning train
(Askeri) TUTUŞTURMA SERİSİ: Bak. "igniter train"
burning with anger
öfkeden kuduran
burn
{i} yanık

Lütfen ateşi yanık bırakın. - Please keep the fire burning.

Birçok yolcu, üçüncü derece yanıklardan muzdaripti. - Many passengers suffered third degree burns.

burn
{f} tutuşmak
burn
yanık yeri
burn
küçük akarsu
burn
ırmak
burn
güneş yanığı
edge burning
etek yangını
smell of burning
yanık kokmak
your ears must have been burning
(deyim) kulaklarını çınlattık
keep the home fires burning
çekip çevirmek
start burning
yanmaya başla
burn
{i} kiremitte pişirme
burn
{i} yanma izi
burn
(Askeri) YAKMA, İFŞA: 1. Gizli bir şahsın statüsünü kasıtlı, olarak ifşa etme. 2. Talimatlarda belirtildiği gibi genellikle bir nezaretçi tarafından gizlilik dereceli malzemenin meşru imhası ve yakılması
burn
dikel
burn
(Bilgisayar) CD gibi bir yazılabilir optik disk üzerine bilgi kaydetmek
burning of
yakılık
flag burning
bayrak yakma
free burning coal
uzun alevli kömür, uzun yalazli kömür
go burning so.'s finger
böylece yanma git. 'parmak s
incineration, burning to ashes
yakma, kül yanan
screen burning
ekran yanması
His ears are burning
(deyim) kulakları çınlıyor
burn
{f} yanıp kül olmak
burn
{i} çay

Demliği brülöre koy, yoksa çay soğuyacak. - Put the teapot on the burner, otherwise the tea will be cold.

burn
{f} yanıp tutuşmak
burn
fazla pişerek yanmak
burn
{f} öfkelendirmek
burn
{f} ışık saçmak
burn
{f} kiremitte pişirmek
burn
burn the candle at both ends kuvvetini fazla israf etmek
burn
elektrikle idam etmek
burn
(Tekstil) 1. yanmak 2. yakmak
burn
yanıyor gibi olmak
burn
parıldamak
burn
{f} süratle gitmek
burn
pişirme iskoç ça
burn
{i} dere [İsk.]
burn
alev alev olmak
burn
{f} alev almak
burn
{f} kızdırmak
burn
başını yakmak
burn
dere

Derede hiç balık yok. - There is no fish in the burn.

Yangın, onu tamamen iyileşmesi aylar süren üçüncü derece yanık ile bıraktı. - The fire left her with a third-degree burn which took months to fully heal.

burn
pişirmek
burningly
acil olarak
delayed burning fabric
(Askeri) yanması geciktirilmiş kumaş
hydrogen burning
(Kimya) hidrojen yanması
i hope his ears are burning
kulakları çınlasın
ion burning
iyon yakmasi
lime burning
kireci yakma
open burning
açık yanma
open burning
açık yakma
İngilizce - İngilizce
A fire

The burnings continued all day.

Feeling very hot

burning skin.

So hot as to seem to burn (something)

the burning sun.

Present participle of burn
Feeling great passion

her burning heart.

{n} a consuming by fire, fire, heat
Photographic term referring to the addition of exposure to selected areas of a print Computer term referring to the placing of files on a CD-R or CD-RW disk
characterized by intense emotion; "ardent love"; "an ardent lover"; "a burning enthusiasm"; "a fervent desire to change society"; "a fervent admirer"; "fiery oratory"; "an impassioned appeal"; "a torrid love affair"
term for writing data to a cd
of immediate import; "burning issues of the day"
- Selectively darkening part of a photo with an image editing program
A chemical change that is irreversible New materials are always made in this process Things cannot burn without oxygen
- Selectively darkening part of a photo with an image-editing program
execution by electricity
consuming fuel; used in combination; "coal-burning (or wood-burning) stoves"
pain that feels hot as if it were on fire
Typically an exothermic oxidation/reduction reaction For fireworks the oxidant is usually a solid oxygen-rich ionic salt such as Potassium Nitrate
The information here indicates the number we use when we code for the class and weight of burning visible on a piece of bone The code is represented by a number
recording data from various sources onto a compact disc or a CD-Rom, for playback on a computer or CD player
execution by fire
execution by fire consuming fuel; used in combination; "coal-burning (or wood-burning) stoves"
This term refers not to the process of rendering toast inedible, but instead, is usually used in reference to the act of writing information (data, music, etc ) to a Compact Disc
intensely hot; "a burning fever"; "the burning sand"
{s} scorching; blazing
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the act of burning something; "the burning of leaves was prohibited by a town ordinance" execution by fire consuming fuel; used in combination; "coal-burning (or wood-burning) stoves" producing or having a painfully hot sensation; "begged for water to soothe his burning throat
producing or having a painfully hot sensation; "begged for water to soothe his burning throat"
You use burning to describe something that is extremely hot. the burning desert of Central Asia. Burning is also an adverb. He touched the boy's forehead. It was burning hot. = scorching
an exothermic oxidation/reduction reaction Fireworks typically use oxygen-rich salts such as perchlorates, chlorates, or nitrates that serve to rapidly oxidize fuels such as metals, gums, sulfur, or charcoal
That burns; being on fire; excessively hot; fiery
lighted up by or as by fire or flame; "forests set ablaze (or afire) by lightning"; "even the car's tires were aflame"; "a night aflare with fireworks"; "candles alight on the tables"; "blazing logs in the fireplace"; "a burning cigarette"; "a flaming crackling fire"; "houses on fire"
the act of burning something; "the burning of leaves was prohibited by a town ordinance"
a process in which a substance reacts with oxygen to give heat and light
(1) Permanently damaging a metal or alloy by heating to cause either incipient melting or intergranular oxidation See also over-heating (2) In grinding, getting the work hot enough to cause discoloration or to change the microstructure by tempering or hardening
A burning issue or question is a very important or urgent one that people feel very strongly about. The burning question in this year's debate over the federal budget is: whose taxes should be raised?
{i} scorching; flaming; combustion, fire
This occurs generally when routing at too slow a feed rate, taking too deep a cut, or when the non-cutting part of the tool is rubbing the workpiece It can also indicate that a router cutter may need resharpening
If you have a burning interest in something or a burning desire to do something, you are extremely interested in it or want to do it very much. I had a burning ambition to become a journalist She had a burning desire to wreak revenge. = passionate
Consuming; intense; inflaming; exciting; vehement; powerful; as, burning zeal
The act of consuming by fire or heat, or of subjecting to the effect of fire or heat; the state of being on fire or excessively heated
producing or having a painfully hot sensation; "begged for water to soothe his burning throat
blazing
burning bar
A thermal lance
burning down
Present participle of burn down
burning-ghat
A flat area near the top of a river ghat where Hindus burn their dead; a funeral pyre

Now, whether I have done thee a wrong in keeping thee from the burning-ghât, do thou and the crows settle together.

burning-glass
A magnifying lens, as used to focus sunlight on to an object
Burning Man
{i} annual festival held in the Nevada desert for eight days (from the last Monday of August and ending on the United States Labor Day in September) that involves a ritual of burning a big sculpture of a man made out of wood on the 6th day
burning ambition
very strong desire, very powerful aspiration
burning bush
(Old Testament) the bush that burned without being consumed and from which God spoke to Moses
burning bush
bush described in the Book of Exodus which burned with fire but was not consumed
burning coal
ember, smoldering remains of a fire
burning ember
small piece of burning material, burning ash
burning enthusiasm
fervent zeal, intense eagerness, passionate excitement
burning glass
lens of glass which causes combustion by focusing the sun's rays
burning incense
incense which has been lit to produce a fragrant odor
burning issue
pressing issue, subject which requires an immediate solution
burning of incense
burning of fragrant gums and spices
burning of the Reichstag
burning of the German parliament building on February 2nd 1933
burning question
pressing issue, subject which requires an immediate solution
burning shame
profound humiliation, great embarrassment
burning sun
powerful sunshine, very hot sunshine, strong rays from the sun
burning times
The period when Witches (and those accused of being Witches) were being burned at the stake in most of Europe
burning times
a term used by some Witches for the period of persecution in the Middle Ages and later It is in fact a misnomer in some places, as Witches were only burned in Scotland, and on the continent of Europe In England and the U S , they were hanged
burning times
(1 ) A term used by some Witches for the period of persecution during the Middle Ages and later It is in fact a misnomer in some places, as Witches were only burned in Scotland, and on the continent of Europe In England and the United States, they were hanged
burning times
This is a word used to describe the execution of the witches during their persecution from the Middle Ages onwards Most executions were in fact by hanging, not burning While it is claimed that thousands and even millions were killed, a small fraction were actually witches Many were herectics or Christians accused of witchcraft by those who disliked them
burning times
Reference to the period during the Middle Ages when many people were executed by the church or by public officials for practicing witchcraft Some estimates suggest as many as nine million were killed while other estimates are far more conservative Also, it is unlikely that they were all witches in that this became a favored means for officials to get rid of personal enemies or any unwanted person in the community While burning was the method of execution in Scotland and some parts of Europe, in other areas the convicted "witches" were hanged
burning times
This term refers to a sad period in our history where approximately 200,000 men, women and children (mainly women) were brutally raped, tortured and slaughtered for refusing to denounce their Pagan faith in favour of Christianity It is from this time that the term "warlock" arose, with the word literally meaning "oath breaker" and applied to those of the Pagan faith who betrayed their peers to save their own lives The modern equivalent of a massacre of this size would involve 9 million people However, the term is somewhat misleading, as witches were only actually burned in Scotland and on the continent of Europe; in England and America they were hanged
burning up
fire; blazing up; smoldering, flaming; going up in flames
burning(a)
intensely hot; "a burning fever"; "the burning sand"
burning(a)
of immediate import; "burning issues of the day
are your ears burning
Said of somebody who was not present but was the topic of discussion

Are your ears burning? We were just talking about you.

book burning
The destruction, removal, or recalling of books, motion pictures, electronic games, the taking of television programs off the air, or the shutting down of Web sites as a form of censorship, especially motivated by religious or political objections to the material
book-burning
The practice of destroying books by fire because of moral, religious or political objections to the material they contain
burn
To feel hot, e.g. due to embarrassment

Her cheeks burned with shame.

burn
To sunburn

She forgot to put on sunscreen and burned.

burn
To insult or defeat

I just burned you again.

burn
A physical injury caused by heat or cold or electricity or radiation or caustic chemicals

She had second-degree burns from falling in the bonfire.

burn
To overheat so as to make unusable

He burned the toast.

burn
To cause to be consumed by fire

He burned his manuscript in the fireplace.

burn
In pontoon, to swap a pair of cards for another pair. Also to deal a dead card
burn
To be consumed by fire, or at least in flames

He watched the house burn.

burn
To waste (time)

We have an hour to burn.

burn
To injure (a person or animal) with heat or caustic chemicals

She burned the child with an iron, and was put in jail for ten years.

burn
To betray

The informant burned him.

burn
To accidentally touch a moving stone
burn
A stream
burn
tobacco

As the prison week ended and the less careful inmates began to run out of burn they went through a peculair begging ritual that I, never one to husband resources either, was quick to learn.

burn
The act of burning something

They’re doing a controlled burn of the fields.

burn
To write data to a permanent storage medium like a compact disc or a ROM chip

We’ll burn this program onto an E-PROM one hour before the demo begins.

burn
To become overheated so as to make unusable

The grill was too hot and the steak was burned.

carbon burning
the nucleosynthesis process, in stars of greater than 8 solar mass that have exhausted their helium supply, in which carbon is converted to neon, sodium, magnesium and other elements
ears are burning
Being the topic of discussion in another place; or sensing that this is happening

His ears are burning.

flag-burning
the act of burning a flag, especially the flag of a nation as an act of protest at that nation's activities
helium burning
the nucleosynthesis process, in stars where temperatures exceed 108K, in which helium is converted to carbon and subsequently to oxygen, neon and magnesium
hydrogen burning
the nucleosynthesis process, in stars of less than 1.2 solar mass, in which hydrogen is converted to helium, deuterium and some lithium
keep the home fires burning
To maintain daily routine and provide the necessities of life in a home or community
oxygen burning
the nucleosynthesis process, subsequent to carbon burning, in which neon disintegrates to oxygen which subsequently fuses to form silicon, phosphorus sulfur and other elements of atomic number up to 40
silicon burning
the nucleosynthesis process, in stars where temperatures exceed 3x109K, in which silicon undergoes photodisintegration to form fragments which in turn produce elements up to those of atomic number 60, peaking at iron
burn
{f} be on fire, be in flames; combust; singe; scorch; scald; be singed
burn
{v} to consume by fire, to be hot or in a passion, to scorch, be inflamed, or on fire, to rage
burn
If there is a fire or a flame somewhere, you say that there is a fire or flame burning there. Fires were burning out of control in the center of the city There was a fire burning in the large fireplace
burn
{n} a hurt or wound caused by fire
back burning
Controlled or prescribed burning, also known as hazard reduction burning or swailing is a technique sometimes used in forest management, farming, prairie restoration or greenhouse gas abatement. Fire is a natural part of both forest and grassland ecology and controlled fire can be a tool for foresters. Hazard reduction or controlled burning is conducted during the cooler months to reduce fuel buildup and decrease the likelihood of serious hotter fires. Controlled burning stimulates the germination of some desirable forest trees, thus renewing the forest. Some cones, such as sequoia and serotinous require heat from fire to open cones to disperse seeds
controlled burning
Controlled or prescribed burning, also known as hazard reduction burning or swailing is a technique sometimes used in forest management, farming, prairie restoration or greenhouse gas abatement. Fire is a natural part of both forest and grassland ecology and controlled fire can be a tool for foresters. Hazard reduction or controlled burning is conducted during the cooler months to reduce fuel buildup and decrease the likelihood of serious hotter fires. Controlled burning stimulates the germination of some desirable forest trees, thus renewing the forest. Some cones, such as sequoia and serotinous require heat from fire to open cones to disperse seeds
flag burning
See: flag desecration
hazard reduction burning
Controlled or prescribed burning, also known as hazard reduction burning or swailing is a technique sometimes used in forest management, farming, prairie restoration or greenhouse gas abatement. Fire is a natural part of both forest and grassland ecology and controlled fire can be a tool for foresters. Hazard reduction or controlled burning is conducted during the cooler months to reduce fuel buildup and decrease the likelihood of serious hotter fires. Controlled burning stimulates the germination of some desirable forest trees, thus renewing the forest. Some cones, such as sequoia and serotinous require heat from fire to open cones to disperse seeds
prescribed burning
Controlled or prescribed burning, also known as hazard reduction burning or swailing is a technique sometimes used in forest management, farming, prairie restoration or greenhouse gas abatement. Fire is a natural part of both forest and grassland ecology and controlled fire can be a tool for foresters. Hazard reduction or controlled burning is conducted during the cooler months to reduce fuel buildup and decrease the likelihood of serious hotter fires. Controlled burning stimulates the germination of some desirable forest trees, thus renewing the forest. Some cones, such as sequoia and serotinous require heat from fire to open cones to disperse seeds
BURN
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Mississippi Burning
1988 film about the murder of three civil rights activists during the 1960s (starring Gene Hackman and Willem Dafoe)
a brand from the burning
survivor, fugitive
adverb burning 2
burning hot very hot
book burning
burning of literature in hatred or as a form of censorship
burn
A term used in plate making to describe the amount of plate exposure time
burn
(1)Area over which fire has recently run; (2)A management technique
burn
If someone is burnt or burnt to death, they are killed by fire. Women were burned as witches in the middle ages At least 80 people were burnt to death when their bus caught fire
burn
To combine energetically, with evolution of heat; as, copper burns in chlorine
burn
If something is burning, it is on fire. When I arrived one of the vehicles was still burning That boy was rescued from a burning house. + burning burn·ing When we arrived in our village there was a terrible smell of burning
burn
Card Prior to dealing, the dealer will discard the card on top of the pack, this is to ensure that no player can recognise the next card to be dealt Button A small round button shape, sometimes marked D, which is used to show who the nominal dealer is Call A call is when you bet enough to match what your opponents have bet since the last time it was your turn
burn
An intense non-physical sting, as left by an effective insult
burn
Slang for making (burning) a CD-ROM copy of data, whether it is music, software, or other data
burn
"Burn" is music industry slang for writing data onto a CD
burn
A disease in vegetables
burn
a burned place or area
burn
use up (energy); "burn off calories through vigorous exercise"
burn
To suffer from, or be scorched by, an excess of heat
burn
If you are burning with an emotion or are burning to do something, you feel that emotion or the desire to do that thing very strongly. The young boy was burning with a fierce ambition Dan burned to know what the reason could be
burn
A small stream
burn
To make or produce, as an effect or result, by the application of fire or heat; as, to burn a hole; to burn charcoal; to burn letters into a block
burn
An area over which fire recently has run
burn
To apply a cautery to; to cauterize
burn
get a sunburn by overexposure to the sun
burn
In certain games, to approach near to a concealed object which is sought
burn
damage inflicted by burning
burn
To expose a blueline proof or printing plate
burn
If you burn something that you are cooking or if it burns, you spoil it by using too much heat or cooking it for too long. I burnt the toast Watch them carefully as they finish cooking because they can burn easily. + burnt burnt the smell of burnt toast
burn
burn at the stake; "Witches were burned in Salem"
burn
A PhotoShop tool that is used to darken an area of an image
burn
If you burn part of your body, burn yourself, or are burnt, you are injured by fire or by something very hot. Take care not to burn your fingers If you are badly burnt, seek medical attention. Burn is also a noun. She suffered appalling burns to her back
burn
Êa common term to describe the exposure of a plate to bright light when it is being made
burn
To cause to combine with oxygen or other active agent, with evolution of heat; to consume; to oxidize; as, a man burns a certain amount of carbon at each respiration; to burn iron in oxygen
burn
create by duplicating data; "cut a disk"; "burn a CD"
burn
Physical sensation in the muscles following strenuous exercise, caused by build-up of lactic acid
burn
The past tense and past participle is burned in American English, and burned or burnt in British English
burn
burn, sear, or freeze (tissue) using a hot iron or electric current or a caustic agent; "The surgeon cauterized the wart"
burn
shine intensely, as if with heat; "The coals were glowing in the dark"; "The candles were burning"
burn
A hurt, injury, or effect caused by fire or excessive or intense heat
burn
a common term to describe the exposure of a plate to bright light when it is being made
burn
In order to reduce the chances of players getting advance information about cards to come, in many games the top card on the deck is discarded at certain pre-determined points in the dealing process (e g , in hold'em, before the flop, turn, and river) These cards are the burn cards In general, any time a card is discarded from the top of the deck it's called a burn card
burn
to burn the candle at both ends: see candle to get your fingers burned: see finger to burn something to the ground: see ground to burn the midnight oil: see midnight to have money to burn: see money. A small stream; a brook. Damage caused to the body by contact with flames, hot substances, some chemicals, radiation (including sunlight), or electricity. Burns are classified by depth of skin damage and by percentage of skin damaged. First-degree burns injure only the epidermis (top layer), with redness, pain, and minimal edema. In a second-degree burn, damage extends into the dermis (inner layer), with redness and blisters. Third-degree burns destroy the entire thickness of the skin. There is no pain, because the skin's pain receptors are destroyed. Burns deeper than the skin can release toxic materials into the bloodstream and may require amputation. Secondary shock follows severe burns, caused by loss of fluid both in the destroyed tissue and in leaks from the damaged area. Treatment depends on severity; first-degree burns need only first aid; third-degree burns require long-term hospitalization. Depending on the type, extent, and site of the burn, it may be left exposed, covered with a bandage, or excised to remove dead tissue in preparation for skin grafts. Complications of burns include respiratory problems, infection, ulcers in the stomach or duodenum, and, especially in brown skin, thick scarring. Seizures and hypertension after burns occur almost entirely in children. Survivors usually require plastic surgery, long-term physical therapy, and psychotherapy. Burns George Burns Kenneth Lauren Burns Robert Jesse Louis Burns Murphy Isaac Burns Woodward Robert Burns Burnt Njáll
burn
The operation or result of burning or baking, as in brickmaking; as, they have a good burn
burn
undergo combustion; "Maple wood burns well"
burn
A physical injury caused by heat or caustic chemicals
burn
spend (significant amounts of money); "He has money to burn"
burn
The process of writing information to CD-ROM
burn
In physical poker rooms, the top card of the deck is discarded prior to each round of dealing The intent is to minimize the risk of cheating by knowing the next card There is no possibility of this happening in our poker room, therefore we do not burn cards
burn
To injure by fire or heat; to change destructively some property or properties of, by undue exposure to fire or heat; to scorch; to scald; to blister; to singe; to char; to sear; as, to burn steel in forging; to burn one's face in the sun; the sun burns the grass
burn
If you burn or get burned in the sun, the sun makes your skin become red and sore. Build up your tan slowly and don't allow your skin to burn Summer sun can burn fair skin in minutes
burn
an injury cause by exposure to heat or chemicals or radiation
burn
cause to burn or combust; "The sun burned off the fog"; "We combust coal and other fossil fuels"
burn
To burn a CD-ROM means to write or copy data onto it. You can use this software to burn custom compilations of your favorite tunes. see also burning
burn
If your face is burning, it is red because you are embarrassed or upset. Liz's face was burning
burn
To have a condition, quality, appearance, sensation, or emotion, as if on fire or excessively heated; to act or rage with destructive violence; to be in a state of lively emotion or strong desire; as, the face burns; to burn with fever
burn
To perfect or improve by fire or heat; to submit to the action of fire or heat for some economic purpose; to destroy or change some property or properties of, by exposure to fire or heat in due degree for obtaining a desired residuum, product, or effect; to bake; as, to burn clay in making bricks or pottery; to burn wood so as to produce charcoal; to burn limestone for the lime
burn
Record data on a compact disc, by dragging files (as with a floppy disc) or using music software to create an audio CD A burned CD may contain any type of computer file, but in the context of digital music a "burned CD" usually means either an audio CD or an MP3 CD
burn
To consume with fire; to reduce to ashes by the action of heat or fire; frequently intensified by up: as, to burn up wood
burn
{i} singe, scalding; flaming, combustion; bourn, brook, small stream (Scottish, English)
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damage inflicted by burning a burned place or area an injury cause by exposure to heat or chemicals or radiation pain that feels hot as if it were on fire burn with heat, fire, or radiation; "The iron burnt a hole in my dress"
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destroy by fire; "They burned the house and his diaries"
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To expose the clear area of a negative creating an image on light-sensitive material
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pain that feels hot as if it were on fire
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Exposing the photosensitive media to light, as in burning a plate in offset printing or making a dylux
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To consume, injure, or change the condition of, as if by action of fire or heat; to affect as fire or heat does; as, to burn the mouth with pepper
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shine intensely, as if with heat; "The coals were glowing in the dark"; "The candles were burning
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cause to undergo combustion; "burn garbage"; "The car burns only Diesel oil"
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feel strong emotion, especially anger or passion; "She was burning with anger"; "He was burning to try out his new skies"
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In printing, to expose a plate or blueline to light In photography, to add exposure to a specific area of a photo
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To be of fire; to flame
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Cards that are burned go to the ash heap Counters that are burned are returned to the blood bank
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To discard the top card from the deck, face down This is done between each betting round before putting out the next community card(s) It is security against any player recognizing or glimpsing the next card to be used on the board
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cause a sharp or stinging pain or discomfort; "The sun burned his face"
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If a part of your body burns or if something burns it, it has a painful, hot or stinging feeling. My eyes burn from staring at the needle His face was burning with cold. delicious Indian recipes which won't burn your throat
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When a CD-ROM is copied onto another one, or created afresh, we speak of the files being 'burned' onto it
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To record information onto a writable optical medium such as a CD-R
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To write data or files onto a recordable CD using a hardware device called a CD Burner Generally, you create either an audio or a data disc when you burn a CD If you create an audio disc, you will be able to play that CD in any standard audio CD player A data disc contains computer files and can only be read on computers If you want to create an audio CD you must use software such as our RipEditBurn - simply copying wave ( wav) audio files onto a CD will produce a data CD, not an audio CD On this site, "burn" refers to recording audio CDs that will be playable in your stereo
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burn with heat, fire, or radiation; "The iron burnt a hole in my dress"
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See Brand, n
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In platemaking, common term used for plate exposure
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A common term used for a plate exposure
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a browning of the skin resulting from exposure to the rays of the sun
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feel hot or painful; "My eyes are burning"
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Exposing photo-sensitive media to light, as in, burning a plate in offset printing
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If a light is burning, it is shining. The building was darkened except for a single light burning in a third-story window
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If you burn a fuel or if it burns, it is used to produce heat, light, or energy. The power stations burn coal from the Ruhr region Manufacturers are working with new fuels to find one that burns more cleanly than petrol
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If you burn something, you destroy or damage it with fire. Protesters set cars on fire and burned a building Coal fell out of the fire, and burned the carpet. + burning burn·ing The French government has criticized the burning of a US flag outside the American Embassy
free burning
(of an electric arc) continuous; "heat transfer to the anode in free burning arcs
wood-burning stove
A wood-burning stove is the same as a wood stove
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