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İngilizce - Türkçe
{i} yangın felâketi
büyük yangın

Küçücük bir kıvılcım büyük bir yangın olabilir. - A tiny spark may become a great conflagration.

(isim) yangın felâketi
İngilizce - İngilizce
large-scale military conflict (between nations, or schools of thought, etc.)

This was well brought out in the skillfully conducted campaigns by the various governments in appealing to the masses with their characteristic suggestible subconsciousness, stirring to the very depths the reflex consciousness of gregarious man by all sorts of direct and indirect suggestions of fear of attacks and patriotic reactions of self-defence against such attacks until the evil genie of self-preservation and fear became loose, resulting in a sweeping conflagration of a war of nations with all the horror of diseases, mutilation, and extermination of millions of human lives, over seventeen and a half millions, according to latest accounts, having perished in this world-massacre of the human race.

A large fire extending to many objects, or over a large space; a general burning

It took sixty firefighters to put out the conflagration.

a great fire, as of many buildings, a forest, or the like
{i} large fire which causes great destruction
A fire
A large, uncontrollable fire covering a considerable area and crossing natural fire barriers such as streets; usually involves buildings in more than one block and causes a large fire loss Forest fires can also be considered conflagrations
(N) -a destructive fire, usually an extensive one
when a fire burns a large area, sometimes an entire town
a very intense and uncontrolled fire
A fire extending to many objects, or over a large space; a general burning
A conflagration is a fire that burns over a large area and destroys property. = blaze
fire, especially a large, disastrous fire
A conflagration
plural of conflagration



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    /ˌkänfləˈgrāsʜən/ /ˌkɑːnfləˈɡreɪʃən/


    [ "kän-fl&-'grA-sh& ] (noun.) circa 1656. From Latin cōnflagrātiō (“burning, conflagration”).


    ... and but for his wisdom, the Cuban Missile Crisis could have ended in conflagration. ...
    ... If nuclear proliferation has the consequences that some fear, some kind of nuclear conflagration ...