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flame
alev

Rüzgarla körüklendiği için, alevler her yöne yayıldı. - Fanned by the strong wind, the flames spread in all directions.

Koru yakıldı, alevler yükseldi, ve kısa sürede bayan Askew ve arkadaş şehitleriyle ilgili geriye kalan bütün şey dökülen bir küller yığınıydı. - The wood was kindled, the flames arose, and a mouldering heap of ashes was soon all that remained of Mrs Askew and her fellow martyrs.

flickering of flames
alevlerin titremesi
Flame
(isim) Şule
flame
aşk

O kendini aşk ateşinin kollarına bıraktı. - She gave herself to flames of love.

flame
{f} alevlen

Bazı alevlenmeyi geciktiriciler kanser ve hormonal bozulmalara neden olabilir. - Some flame retardants can cause cancer and hormonal disruptions.

flame
alevlenmek
flame
{i} göz ağrısı
burst into flames
tutuşmak
flame
alazlanmak
flame
yanmak
flame
büyük sevgi
flame
tutuşmak
flame
(Tıp) flam

Nicolas Flamel kurşunu altına dönüştürmeyi hayal etti. - Nicolas Flamel dreamed of turning lead into gold.

flame
alevlendirmek
go up in flames
tamamıyla yanmak
go up in flames
(deyim) alev alev yanmak
to be in flames
harlamak
burst into flames
ateş almak
fan the flames
kışkırtmak
flame
ateş

Ekmek kamp ateşinin açık alevi üzerinde pişirilmekten yakılmıştı. - The bread was scorched from being cooked on the open flame of the camp fire.

O kendini aşk ateşinin kollarına bıraktı. - She gave herself to flames of love.

flame
parlamak
flame
alev alev yanmak
go up in flames
tutuşup yanmak
in flames
Alevler içinde

His house was in flames within minutes.

Televizyonda annemizin bürosunu alevler içinde gördük. - On TV we saw Mummy's office in flames.

Ev alevler içindeydi. - The house was in flames.

third person singular form of flame
alev üçüncü tekil şahıs formunda
add fuel to the flames
{k} yangına körükle gitmek
fan the flames
kışkırtmak, körüklemek
flame
dili sevgili
flame
yanmaz
flame
{i} alev kırmızısı
flame
{f} kızarmak
flame
{i} hiddet
flame
{f} kıpkırmızı olmak
flame
flametree
flame
(Tekstil) alev, yalaz
flame
{i} k.dili. sevgili
flame
flame thrower yanar benzin saçan bir silâh
flame
flame ateş rengi
flame
alev almak
flame
{i} sevgili
flame
yalın
flame
Belli Bir konuda kapasiteyi aşmış elektronik posta ya da usenet mesajlarına verilen ad. Bkz . ( E-Mail- Usenet )
flame
flame test alev testi
flame
ateş geçmez
flame
{i} parlaklık
flame
alaz
flame
şiddet
flame
yalaza
flame
parla

Kütükler parlak şekilde alev alev yandı. - The logs flamed brightly.

flame
flameproof ateş almaz
go up in flames/smoke
tamamıyla yanmak
having flames
alazlı
pour oil on the flames
yangına körükle gitmek
pour oil on the flames
ortalığı kızıştırmak
shoot down in flames
(deyim) ağır biçimde eleştirmek
İngilizce - İngilizce
third person singular form of flame
Insulting and possibly abusive comments made about a posters lack of netiquette, posting style, typographical errors etc
Insulting, enraged Internet messages The equivalent of school yard brawls in cyberspace Unfortunately, a good school yard brawl would be preferable because at least then the only people who suffer are the dummies who fight On the Internet, everyone suffers as resources are squandered on ridiculous, infantile behavior
online insults
Fibre Large Area Multi Element Spectrography
Flames are used primarily as a decorative device to show scenes coming out of books or labels Another decorative use for flames is with the sacred heart imagery where flames come out of the crown, which rests on the heart The only common use of flames in a literal sense is in scenes set in the Greek underworld of Hades
plural of flame
Insulting, enraged Internet messages The equivalent of schoolyard brawls in cyberspace Unfortunately, a good schoolyard brawl would be preferable because at least then the only people who suffer are the dummies who fight On the Internet, everyone suffers as resources are squandered on ridiculous, infantile behavior As a representative of a business organization, you won't be using flames, of course
Insulting, enraged Internet messages - the equivalent of schoolyard brawls in cyberspace - that are found most often in newsgroups
flames out
Third-person singular simple present indicative form of flame out
flame
Intentionally insulting criticism or remark meant to incite anger
flame
To produce flames
flame
a brilliant reddish orange-gold colour, like that of a flame

flame colour:.

flame
A romantic partner or lover in usually short-lived but passionate affair
old flames
plural form of old flame
flame
{v} to shine or burn as fire, to blaze
flame
{n} light given by fire, a blaze, heat, passion, love
go up in flames
To be utterly destroyed
add fuel to the flames
worsen a problem, exacerbate a problem, "fan the fire
added fuel to the flames
made the situation more out of control, made things worse
adding fuel to the flames
making a bad situation worse, making a problem greater
burst into flames
ignited, caught on fire quickly
doze the flames
put out a fire by throwing water on it
flame
of a brilliant reddish orange-gold colour, like that of a flame
flame
Girlfriend, lover in usually short-lived but passionate affair
flame
To burst forth like flame; to break out in violence of passion; to be kindled with zeal or ardor
flame
Originally, "flame" meant to carry forth in a passionate manner in the spirit of honorable debate Flames most often involved the use of flowery language and flaming well was an art form More recently flame has come to refer to any kind of derogatory comment no matter how witless or crude See also: Flame War
flame
shine with a sudden light; "The night sky flared with the massive bombardment"
flame
Something that is in flames is on fire
flame
An angry newsgroup article or e-mail that viciously attacks someone or something Usually written in the heat of the moment Often starts a flamewar Also, the act of sending or posting a flame A person who flames is a "flamer "
flame
Originally, flame meant to carry forth in a passionate manner in the spirit of honorable descent They most often involved the use of flowery language and flaming well was an art form More recently flame has come to refer to any kind of derogatory comment no matter how wittless or crude See Also: Flame War
flame
the process of combustion of inflammable materials producing heat and light and (often) smoke; "fire was one of our ancestors' first discoveries"
flame
The visible part of fire
flame
Insulting criticism or remark meant to incite anger
flame
A stream of burning vapor or gas, emitting light and heat; darting or streaming fire; a blaze; a fire
flame
A flame is an e-mail message which severely criticizes or attacks someone. The best way to respond to a flame is to ignore it. Flame is also a verb. Ever been flamed? see also flaming, old flame
flame
To burn with a flame or blaze; to burn as gas emitted from bodies in combustion; to blaze
flame
criticize harshly, on the e-mail
flame
A flame is a hot bright stream of burning gas that comes from something that is burning. The heat from the flames was so intense that roads melted. a huge ball of flame
flame
Originally, flame meant to carry forth in a passionate manner in the spirit of honorable debate "Flames" most often involved the use of flowery language and "flaming" well was an art form More recently flame has come to refer to any kind of derogatory comment no matter how witless or crude See Also: Flame War
flame
To post a destructively critical or abusive message, especially to provoke dissent or controversy
flame
A deliberately insulting e-mail message or post to a USENET newsgroup, usually containing personal attack on the writer of an earlier post
flame
A person beloved; a sweetheart
flame
A flame is usually a message that is extremely critical, and often irrational, of someone or something Sometimes flames are intentionally trying to start a flame war--a series of many messages with people essentially yelling at each other Such deliberately provocative messages are often called trolls (the same term is used for those who post them) Flame wars are extremely common, and if you've been active on Usenet for any time at all you've probably been involved in one Anyone who expresses any strong opinions is generally considered fair game by flamers, so don't take it personally--consider it a compliment that you are, at least, making an impression
flame
If something bursts into flames or bursts into flame, it suddenly starts burning strongly. She managed to scramble out of the vehicle as it burst into flames
flame
refers to any kind of derogatory comment no matter how witless or crude Internet flaming often occurs on mailing lists, newsgroups, or E-mail notes, where one user is communicating with another user or with a group of people
flame
Ardor of affection; the passion of love
flame
Originally, flame meant to carry forth in a passionate manner in the spirit of honorable descent Flames most often involved the use of flowery language, clever insults, and witty repartee Flaming well was an art form More recently flame has come to refer to any kind of derogatory comment no matter how witless or crude See Also: Flame War
flame
To kindle; to inflame; to excite
flame
If something goes up in flames, it starts to burn strongly and is destroyed. Fires broke out everywhere, the entire city went up in flames
flame
Originally, flame meant to carry forth in a passionate manner in the spirit of honorable debate Flames most often involved the use of flowery language and flaming well was an art form More recently flame has come to refer to any kind of derogatory comment no matter how witless or crude See Also: Flame War
flame
A negative response to an e-mail message or newsgroup posting If you post an article that the audience deems inappropriate, expect to get "flamed "
flame
Originally, to "flame" meant to debate in a passionate manner, often involving the use of flowery language More recently, flame has come to refer to any kind of derogatory or inflammatory comment, no matter how witless or crude See Also: Flame War, Netiquette
flame
If someone or something fans the flames of a situation or feeling, usually a bad one, they make it more intense or extreme in some way. He accused the Tories of `fanning the flames of extremism'
flame
criticize harshly, on the e-mail be in flames or aflame; "The sky seemed to flame in the Hawaiian sunset
flame
be in flames or aflame; "The sky seemed to flame in the Hawaiian sunset"
flame
{f} (Internet) rant or write unceasingly and fanatically on a relatively dull subject with an obviously absurd attitude or with animosity toward a particular person or group of people on Usenet; write insulting words about a person
flame
Any kind of derogatory or ludicrous comment sent to USENET group readers Originally, flame meant to carry forth, in a passionate manner, the spirit of honorable debate Flames often included flowery language, and flaming was considered an art form (Recommendation: Don't reply to flames, just extinguish them by deletion )
flame
Originally, flame meant to speak in a passionate manner in the spirit of honorable debate Flames most often involved the use of flowery language and flaming was an art form It has come to mean any kind of derogatory comment, no matter how witless, adolescent or crude See also: Flame War
flame
{f} burn; catch fire; shine, flash, send out a bright light; burst into anger, express strong emotions; send threatening and offensive email on the Internet (Computers)
flame
Burning zeal or passion; elevated and noble enthusiasm; glowing imagination; passionate excitement or anger
flame
A negative response to an email message or newsgroup posting If you post an article or send an email to an audience that deems your message inappropriate, expect to get flamed The most common recipients of flames are users who post commercial messages in public forums, those who post adult material in non-adult areas of the Internet, and users who post or send make racial or gender-biased comments The worst sort of flame is known as a mail-bomb, which occurs when the user being flamed open his or her email and receives a flood of letters with unusually long file attachments that make his or her computer crash
flame
{i} tongue of fire, glowing part of a fire; fire, blaze; brilliance, glow; passion, ardor; lover (Slang)
flame
Originally, flame meant to carry forth in a passionate manner in the spirit of honourable debate Flames most often involved the use of flowery language and flaming well was an art form More recently flame has come to refer to any kind of derogatory comment no matter how witless or crude See Also: Flame War
in flames
burning up, on fire
pouring oil on the flames
aggravate a situation, make a situation worse
sea of flames
a lot of fire, large blaze
shoot down in flames
make fall in a burst of fire; win an argument
went up in flames
was ablaze, was on fire, was burned, was lit, blazed
flames

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    fleymz

    Telaffuz

    /ˈflāmz/ /ˈfleɪmz/

    Etimoloji

    [ 'flAm ] (noun.) 14th century. Middle English flaume, flaumbe, from Middle French flamme and flambe, from Old French, from flamble, from Latin flammula, diminutive of flamma flame; akin to Latin flagrare to burn; more at BLACK.

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    ... in the district of concentra several no streets were spared by the flames ...
    ... and an atmosphere full of oxygen to fan the flames. ...

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