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A meteor bright enough to cast shadows
A ball of fire
An explosion, which results in a fireball
A class of sailing dinghy with a single trapeze and a symmetrical spinnaker, sailed by a crew of two
{n} a meteor, a grenade
Ball, or globular, lightning
A class of sailing dinghy,with a single trapeze and a symmetrical spinnaker, sailed by a crew of two
A large, splattering meteor that creates a flash brighter than Venus
A really bright meteor
A meteor which is brighter than any planet or star
The luminous sphere of hot gases which forms a few millionths of a second after a nuclear (or atomic) explosion as the result of the absorption by the surrounding medium of the thermal X-rays emitted by the extremely hot (several tens of million degrees) weapon residues The exterior of the fireball in air is initially sharply defined by the luminous shock front and later by the limits of the hot gases themselves (radiation front) See Breakaway, Thermal X-rays
{i} ball of fire; something resembling a ball of fire (i.e. meteor); flaming center of a nuclear explosion; energetic person
A ball filled with powder or other combustibles, intended to be thrown among enemies, and to injure by explosion; also, to set fire to their works and light them up, so that movements may be seen
an especially luminous meteor (sometimes exploding)
A fireball is a ball of fire, for example one at the centre of a nuclear explosion. a ball of fire, especially one caused by an explosion
a highly energetic and indefatigable person
Exceptionally brilliant meteor
the luminous center of a nuclear explosion
An extremely bright meteor Also known as bolides, fireballs can be several times brighter than the full Moon Some can even be accompanied by a sonic boom
A bright meteor with luminosity which equals or exceeds that of the brightest planets
Although occasionally used for any meteor of negative magnitude, this term is usually reserved for much brighter meteors The International Meteor Organisation defines fireballs as being meteors of magnitude -3 or brighter The meteor section of the British Astronomical Association on the other hand has a much stricter definition, requiring the meteor to be magnitude -5 or brighter
a ball of fire (such as the sun or a ball-shaped discharge of lightning)
A charge resembling the ancient war instrument of that name, which was an oval-shaped projectile made of canvas and filled with combustible composition
A luminous meteor, resembling a ball of fire passing rapidly through the air, and sometimes exploding
the luminous center of a nuclear explosion a ball of fire (such as the sun or a ball-shaped discharge of lightning)
A meteor that is much brighter than average and is produced by a meteoroid whose size is approximately at least the same as a pea This is in contrast to the average meteor which is produced by an object the size of a grain of sand
A spectacular meteor, seen for more than an instant in the sky
a bright meteor Several definitions have been used by various authors In the IMO's Fireball Data Center (FIDAC) all meteors of at least -3 0 magnitude are stored as fireballs
A fireball
plural of fireball



    Türkische aussprache



    /ˈfīrˌbôl/ /ˈfaɪrˌbɔːl/


    [ 'fIr-"bol ] (noun.) 1555. fire + ball

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