例句1. the house was burning
例句2. he burned all the letters
例句3. I forgot to turn off the iron and nearly burned his dress shirt
例句4. her face burned with humiliation
例句5. her lip burned where her teeth had pierced it
例句6. Martha was burning with curiosity
To burn unsteadily or fitfully.
“The pincher,” was his thought; “too miserly to burn two cents′ worth of gas and save his boarders′ necks.”
`Very well, young man,′ returned Mr Fogg, coolly; `it will burn-at your expense.′
Burn clay into bricks
Burn this rubbish on the fire.
THE night-light continued to burn on the chimney-piece, exhausting the last drops of oil which floated on the surface of the water
The transmitter is wired for up-scale thermocouple burn-out protection
The tea is very hot; don′t burn your mouth.
Story has it that when the allied fleet of Liu Bei and Sun Quan was all set to launch the assault in the Battle of Chi′Bi, it had got everything ready for the burn-them-down tactic but had to wait for the southeasterly wind to rise
The transition into the catabolic or open wound phase of burn injury is often not clearly demarcated
My lord, I wipe the slate as far as the witchcraft goes. None the less, we must burn the woman
The gang decided to burn their opponents out(of the house)
During burn-out or closing down of engine operation, these same steps must be taken in reverse order
When you smoke cigarette you′re likely to burn yourself to death;with chewing tobacco the worst thing you can do is drown a midget.
Let′s leave the fire to burn down and go into our tents.
Appropriate immunization against tetanus must be given to all patients with full thickness burn injury
It would be an extreme procedure for the most extreme cases primarily for cancer patients and seriously disfigured burn victims
A second-degree burn involves all of the epidermis and much of the corium
Burn a person in effigy.
Otherwise, metabolism slows, which reduces how many calories you burn
fluoride injury often is characterized by tip burn of leaves
She watched the paper curl and frizzle and burn ; and presently they were ashes
burn-out printing, burnt-out printing
Burn-out Black Chromium & Fog Chromium Double Color(pen)
laboring muscles burn oxygen rapidly and pour out waste carbon dioxide
`these are the rogues who were going to burn our young lady.′
andy concentrates on each and every step. His feet, ankles and knees throb. Shoulders shudder under the 25-kilo weight of the rucksack. The nylon straps burn red lines across his collarbone
On 5 November British children burn effigies of Guy Fawkes
‘I just sat there, having a _burn_ , dressed to go home.’
2.A firing of a rocket engine in flight.
‘Ninety minutes after the launch a second _burn_ will send the spacecraft on its way to Mars.’
‘The mission would fail if any of the four engine _burns_ needed to reach the Moon and get into lunar orbit underperformed.’
3.A hot, painful sensation in the muscles experienced as a result of sustained vigorous exercise.
‘You know that painful _burn_ in your muscles when you’re exercising intensely, that’s because of a build-up of lactic acid, right?’
‘When there is a _burn_ in my muscles, I just keep going and going and going.’
4.A mark left on something as a result of being burned.
‘the carpet was covered in cigarette _burns_ ’
‘Queen size it may be, but from the mattress you can see it carried many stains that the last owners were trying to bleach off, and cigarette _burns_ .’
5.A particularly cutting insult.
‘he’s been on the receiving end of his fair share of sick _burns_ ’
‘‘No, it’s not ready, probably because I work twice as many accounts as you do.’ ( _Burn_ !)’
6.A small stream.
‘The only significant natural damaging action, in the current climate, is erosion by topographically canalised rain water, mostly confined to becks and _burns_ .’
‘Several small _burns_ rushing towards the river are easily crossed, and the vegetation is symbolic of marshy land, with bog myrtle plentiful.’
7.An act of clearing of vegetation by burning.
‘A recent 500 ha hazard reduction _burn_ in the area did not stop the fire jumping Warragamba Dam and destroying businesses and homes in the township.’
‘As we have learnt from other countries such as Canada, America, and Australia, a timely _burn_ is highly appropriate as long as the area is not burnt every few years.’
8.An area of land cleared by burning vegetation.
‘There can be too much of a good thing, however - _burn_ areas with heavier snow packs are susceptible to avalanche.’
‘Harsh, high-elevation _burn_ areas provide excellent seedbeds for this species.’
9.An injury caused by exposure to heat or flame.
‘he was treated in hospital for _burns_ to his hands’
‘He was rushed to hospital where he was treated for _burns_ to his head.’
10.An injury caused by friction.
‘they found rope _burns_ around her waist’
‘Razor _burn_ and prickly underarm hair make the list of most women’s annoying beauty battles.’
11.Consumption of a type of fuel as an energy source.
‘natural gas produces the cleanest _burn_ of the lot’
‘The airline captain records a fuel _burn_ of 9 gph per engine on his Geronimo, seemingly irrespective of altitude.’
1.(of a candle or other source of light) be alight.
‘a light was _burning_ in the hall’
‘Long before electric light came to the Irish countryside it was a heart-warming sight to see the candles _burning_ in the windows on Christmas Eve.’
2.(of a fire) flame or glow while consuming a material such as coal or wood.
‘a fire burned and crackled cheerfully in the grate’
‘There was a bonfire _burning_ in the fire pit and camp chairs set up.’
3.(of the body of a person or animal) convert (calories) to energy.
‘exercise does help to _burn_ up calories’
‘Does this mean I only need to _burn_ fifty-four calories a day (in exercise) to prevent heart disease?’
4.(of the skin) become red and painful through exposure to the sun.
‘my skin tans easily but sometimes _burns_ ’
‘He also commented on the lack of moisturiser as his skin burned, peeled and then peeled again in the blazing sun.’
5.Be entirely possessed by (a desire or an emotion)
‘Martha was _burning_ with curiosity’
‘The shop was on his way to work, and as he walked the same route every day, by the second day that he noticed the vest in the window, he was _burning_ with desire.’
6.Be in flames.
‘by nightfall, the whole city was _burning_ ’
‘The city was on the edge of a giant ocean and yet the city burned forever.’
7.Be or cause to be damaged, injured, or spoiled by heat or fire.
‘I burned myself on the stove’
‘the toast’s _burning_ ’
8.Be or cause to be destroyed by fire.
‘he watched his restaurant _burn_ to the ground’
‘he burned all the letters’
9.Drive very fast.
‘a despatch rider _burning_ up the highways’
‘We burned up the highways and dirt roads all over Erath County.’
10.Feel hot or sore, typically as a result of illness or injury.
‘her forehead was _burning_ and her throat ached’
‘My eyes and throat begin to _burn_ as I scramble beneath my cot, feeling for my gas mask with shaking hands.’
11.Insult (someone) in a particularly cutting way.
‘Mark _burns_ him by saying he hasn’t even heard of the guy’s agency’
12.Produce (a CD or DVD) by copying from an original or master copy.
‘Add a little dose of file sharing and bittorrent and kids _burning_ customised DVDs of the juiciest content and hey presto.’
‘So, as before, you should stick with a maximum 4x write speed if you are _burning_ a DVD for archiving purposes.’
13.Use (a type of fuel) as a source of heat or energy.
‘a diesel engine converted to _burn_ natural gas’
‘The traditional bonfires burned wood and straw.’
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