flaming

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İngilizce - Türkçe
{s} ateşli
{s} yanan
{i} alevlenme
tutuşmuş
kızgın
çok süslü
{f} alevlen
alevlenerek
{s} süslü püslü
parla/alevlen
{s} alev almış
{s} şiddetli
kahrolası/parlak
{s} allah'ın belâsı
{s} kahrolası
{s} parlak
alevlenmiş
alevli
yalazlı
flame
alev

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.

Ev alevler içindeydi. - The house was in flames.

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
flame
(Tıp) flam

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

flame
yanmak
flame
tutuşmak
flame
alevlendirmek
flame
alazlanmak
flame
büyük sevgi
flame
ateş

Küçük bir kıvılcım sık sık büyük bir alevi ateşler. - A small spark often ignites a big flame.

Araba devrildi ve ateş aldı. - The car turned over and burst into flames.

flame
parlamak
flame
alev alev yanmak
flame
hiddet
flame
kıpkırmızı olmak
flame
parlaklık
flame
kızarmak
flame
alaz
flame
yalaza
flame
{i} alev kırmızısı
flame
sevgili
flame
yalın
flame
alev almak
flame
flame ateş rengi
flame
flame test alev testi
flame
parla

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

flame
yanmaz
flame
şiddet
flame
dili sevgili
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Belli Bir konuda kapasiteyi aşmış elektronik posta ya da usenet mesajlarına verilen ad. Bkz . ( E-Mail- Usenet )
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ateş geçmez
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flametree
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flame thrower yanar benzin saçan bir silâh
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flameproof ateş almaz
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(Tekstil) alev, yalaz
flame
{i} k.dili. sevgili
İngilizce - İngilizce
Extremely, visibly. Typically of a homosexual male

To call him a flaming homosexual would be an understatement, but I think he acts that way just to see people react.

On fire with visible flames

The flaming debris kept the firefighter well back, and the sparks threatened the neighborhood.

Damned, bloody

I wasted three hours in that flaming traffic jam!.

Present participle of flame
{a} buring, hot, inflaming, fine
This is when people send insulting, abrasive, or threatening remarks
sending an e-mail message that is rude and critical
the act of questioning someone’s thoughts, beliefs, and parentage just because you don’t agree with them Often associated with news groups It is frowned upon
extremely, visibly or overly-visibly
{s} burning, fiery; glorious; shining; passionate, intense; gay, homosexual (Derogatory Slang)
Of the color of flame; high-colored; brilliant; dazzling
On the Internet, flaming is giving someone a verbal lashing in public Often this is on a Usenet newsgroup but it could be on a Web forum or perhaps even as e-mail with copies to a distribution list
A "flame," or "to flame" refers to the unfortunate occasion when one writer verbally attacks another in a public forum, such as a bulletin board Also see Netiquette
Severe criticism or condemnation of a user via e-mail
Present participle of to flame
the distribution of an online communication that offends someone because of the use of obscene, derogatory, or inappropriate language
Emitting flames; afire; blazing; consuming; illuminating
resembling flame in brilliance or color; "maple trees ablaze in autumn"; "flaming autumn leaves"
A slang term used to describe the sending of inflammatory messages through e-mail
Sending inflammatory, hostile or derogatory email
Flaming is used to describe something that is burning and producing a lot of flames. The plane, which was full of fuel, scattered flaming fragments over a large area. = blazing
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"
Torrent of abusive messages when Internet etiquette, or "netiquette," is violated -- often by newbies
the process of combustion of inflammable materials producing heat and light and (often) smoke; "fire was one of our ancestors' first discoveries"
rude, angry, or hostile e-mail messages sent as a reply, usually in response to a misinterpretation of a message
An asocial CMC behaviour whose the sole purpose of communication is to provoke a negative emotional response in another member of the online community Flaming is particularly troublesome in public CMC
The act of sending a confrontational or abusive message via email or chat
See: Flame
To verbally attack someone online in a chat with harsh, unnecessary words
The act of sending flame e-mail
emphasis A flaming row or a flaming temper, for example, is a very angry row or a very bad temper. She has had a flaming row with her lover
The action of sending abusive e-mails over the internet, often on mailing lists
Flaming is the equivalent to sending a nasty letter over the Internet One example of flaming is if you received unwanted or unsolicited junk e-mail and you responded with a curt, pointed response Your response would be considered flaming Typically people flame in response to being spammed (hit with unsolicited advertisements sent to numerous people) To use Internet lingo, people who spam will probably get flamed
posting of a flame message
very intense; "a fiery temper"; "flaming passions"
to send nasty e-mail or to post a nasty comment in a discussion group or newsgroup
An email message that contains angry, and possibly insulting or vulgar, content These are typically reactionary based upon some external event
Ardent; passionate; burning with zeal; irrepressibly earnest; as, a flaming proclomation or harangue
flaming is reacting to someone's newsgroup posting or e-mail in a hostile manner by publicly chastising the person or bombarding the person with nasty e-mail; flaming may occur to users who ask stupid questions or who engage in behavior that violates what is considered proper online netiquette
Something that is flaming red or orange is bright red or orange in colour. He has flaming red hair
The act of calling into question someone's thoughts, beliefs, and parentage simply because you don't agree with them 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 Don't do it
(used of persons) informal intensifiers; "what a bally (or blinking) nuisance"; "a bloody fool"; "a crashing bore"; "you flaming idiot"
Writing crude messages to provoke responses, especially in e-mail, listserv, and chat room messages
The act of calling into question someone's thoughts, beliefs, and parentage simply because you don't agree with them Don't do it
Posting or sending a deliberately confrontational message via newsgroup, e-mail, etc , usually in response to a previous message
flaming Nora
expression of surprise, contempt, outrage, disgust, boredom, frustration
flaming out
Present participle of flame out
flaming queen
A homosexual, and often cross-dressing, man acting in an ostentatious and flaunting manner akin to a diva

Outside the cell, Jose carried himself like a true gentleman, yet behind his cell door with Candy, he'd frolicked about like a flaming queen; Jose traipsed around in homemade thongs, cropped T-shirts, cut-off shorts and shower slippers.

flaming queens
plural form of flaming queen
flaming sword
A widely cultivated bromeliad (Vriesea splendens) native to French Guiana, having long, unbranched inflorescences with red imbricated bracts and yellow flowers
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A romantic partner or lover in usually short-lived but passionate affair
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Intentionally insulting criticism or remark meant to incite anger
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To produce flames
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a brilliant reddish orange-gold colour, like that of a flame

flame colour:.

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{n} light given by fire, a blaze, heat, passion, love
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{v} to shine or burn as fire, to blaze
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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
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of a brilliant reddish orange-gold colour, like that of a flame
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Ardor of affection; the passion of love
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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
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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 "
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shine with a sudden light; "The night sky flared with the massive bombardment"
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Something that is in flames is on fire
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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 "
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The visible part of fire
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Girlfriend, lover in usually short-lived but passionate affair
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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
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Insulting criticism or remark meant to incite anger
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the process of combustion of inflammable materials producing heat and light and (often) smoke; "fire was one of our ancestors' first discoveries"
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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
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To burn with a flame or blaze; to burn as gas emitted from bodies in combustion; to blaze
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criticize harshly, on the e-mail
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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
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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
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To post a destructively critical or abusive message, especially to provoke dissent or controversy
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{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
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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
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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
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To burst forth like flame; to break out in violence of passion; to be kindled with zeal or ardor
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A deliberately insulting e-mail message or post to a USENET newsgroup, usually containing personal attack on the writer of an earlier post
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A stream of burning vapor or gas, emitting light and heat; darting or streaming fire; a blaze; a fire
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A person beloved; a sweetheart
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{i} tongue of fire, glowing part of a fire; fire, blaze; brilliance, glow; passion, ardor; lover (Slang)
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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
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Burning zeal or passion; elevated and noble enthusiasm; glowing imagination; passionate excitement or anger
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{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)
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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 )
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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
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be in flames or aflame; "The sky seemed to flame in the Hawaiian sunset"
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criticize harshly, on the e-mail be in flames or aflame; "The sky seemed to flame in the Hawaiian sunset
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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'
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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
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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
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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
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To kindle; to inflame; to excite
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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
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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
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