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blaze

  
      n  
   (=fire)   incendie    m     
→ a blaze which swept through a tower block        
→ The family died in the blaze.        
   (=flames)   [+fire]   flammes    fpl     
[+sun]  
flamboiement    m  
     (in hearth)    flambée    f     
→ to stir sleeping embers into a cheerful blaze        
   to be a blaze of colour      être un flamboiement de couleurs  
→ The flower beds were a blaze of colour.        
   in a blaze of publicity      sous le feu des médias  
→ He was arrested in a blaze of publicity.        
to do sth in a blaze of glory      [end, retire]   faire qch plein gloire, faire qch auréolé (e)   de gloire  
→ He left office in a blaze of glory.        
      vi  
   [fire]   flamber  
→ The fire was still blazing, lighting up the sky.        
   [eyes]     (with anger)    lancer des éclairs (de colère)  
→ She turned and faced him, her eyes blazing.        
   to blaze with colour      [garden]   resplendir  
→ The gardens blazed with colour.        
   [gun]   tirer  
→ Guns were blazing.        
→ The armoured infantry-carriers followed, guns blazing.        
      vt  
to blaze a trail      (=show the way)   montrer la voie  
→ These surgeons have blazed the trail in the treatment of bomb victims.        
Translation English - French Collins Dictionary  
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blazer, blade, blame, blare

Collaborative Dictionary     English-French
n.
flamme
n.
(fire) incendie ; brasier
v.
(fire) flamber
v.
taper
vt.
frayer une voie
exp.
montrer la voie
exp.
resplendir
exp.
sous le feu des médias
exp.
être un flamboiement de couleurs
exp.
faire qch plein gloire
exp.
partir auréolé de gloire
exp.
faire qch auréolé de gloire
adj.
en flammes
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'blaze' also found in translations in French-English dictionary
n.
blaze
[Zool.] A wide white stripe down the centre of a horse's face
n.
blaze
v.
blaze
v.
blaze
n.
flaming ; blaze
[Comp.]
n.
blaze of the sunset
exp.
to end in a blaze of glory
vi.
1. (feu, incendie) blaze ; blaze up 2. (maison) burn down ; go up in flames 3. (+bois) burn
n.
1. blaze ; inferno 2. [Fig.] inferno
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