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blaze /bleɪz/ noun

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- fire, bonfire, conflagration, flames
- glare, beam, brilliance, flare, flash, gleam, glitter, glow, light, radiance
- burn, fire, flame
- shine, beam, flare, flash, glare, gleam, glow
Related Words: illuminate, illumine, light, radiate, shine, coruscate, fulgurate, scintillate, sparkle, incandesce
English Thesaurus: burn, be on fire, be alight, be ablaze, blaze, ...

[TahlilGaran] English Synonym Dictionary

I. blaze1 /bleɪz/ noun
[Sense 1-6: Language: Old English; Origin: blæse 'torch']
[Sense 7: Date: 1600-1700; Language: German; Origin: blas 'white mark']

a) [countable usually singular] a big dangerous fire – used especially in news reports ⇒ ablaze:
It took almost 100 firemen to bring the blaze under control.
fight/tackle/control a blaze
Helicopters were used to help fight the blaze.
house/factory/barn etc blaze
a huge chemical factory blaze
b) [singular] a fire burning with strong bright flames:
I lit the fire and soon had a cheerful blaze going.

2. LIGHT/COLOUR [singular] very bright light or colour ⇒ ablaze
blaze of
the blaze of light from the security lamps
The garden is a blaze of colour at this time of year.

3. blaze of publicity/glory a lot of public attention or success and praise:
As soon as the trial was over, the blaze of publicity surrounding him vanished.
She played the Canada tournament, then retired, going out in a blaze of glory (=ending her career with a lot of success and praise).

4. [singular] a sudden show of very strong emotion:
A blaze of anger flashed across his face.

5. what the blazes/who the blazes etc old-fashioned spoken used to emphasize a question when you are annoyed:
What the blazes is going on here?

6. like blazes old-fashioned spoken as fast, as much, or as strongly as possible:
We had to run like blazes.

7. [countable usually singular] a white mark, especially one down the front of a horse’s face

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Contemporary English

II. blaze2 verb [intransitive]
[Sense 1-4, 6: Date: 1200-1300; Origin: blaze1(1)]
[Sense 5: Date: 1700-1800; Origin: blaze 'mark showing a path to be followed, made by cutting a piece from a tree' (17-20 centuries); blaze1(7)]

1. FIRE to burn very brightly and strongly ⇒ blazing:
The room was warm, with a fire blazing in the hearth.

2. LIGHT to shine with a very bright light:
A huge truck was advancing towards us, its headlights blazing.
The sun blazed down as we walked along the valley.

3. EYES [usually in progressive] literary if someone’s eyes are blazing, their eyes are shining brightly because they are feeling a very strong emotion, usually anger
blaze with
Linda leapt to her feet, her dark eyes blazing with anger.

4. GUN (also blaze away) if guns blaze, they fire bullets quickly and continuously:
An enemy plane roared overhead, its guns blazing.

5. blaze a trail to develop or do something new and important, or to do something important that no one has done before:
an innovative young company that has blazed a trail for others to follow

6. be blazed across/all over something if something is blazed across a newspaper etc, it is written in a way that everyone will notice:
News of their divorce was blazed across all the tabloids.

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Contemporary English

ADJ. fierce, intense, massive
VERB + BLAZE attend, fight, tackle The fire brigade attended the blaze.
control, bring/get under control | extinguish, put out | fan Strong winds fanned the blaze.
BLAZE + VERB spread, sweep through sth The blaze swept through the whole building.
PREP. in a/the ~ The antiques were destroyed in a blaze last year.

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary


fight a blaze
Nearly 80 firefighters fought the blaze for three hours on Sunday.
tackle a blaze British English (=fight it)
Fire crews were called out to tackle a blaze at a house near York.
control a blaze
It took more than an hour to control the blaze at the hotel.
bring a blaze under control
For more than four hours they battled to bring the blaze under control.
put out/extinguish a blaze
Staff managed to put out the blaze before firemen arrived.
a blaze breaks out (also a blaze starts)
The blaze broke out on the third floor of the building.
a blaze spreads
The blaze quickly spread to a neighbouring house.
a house/factory/car etc blaze (=a burning house/factory/car etc)
Three people were badly hurt in a house blaze.

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

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