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to be in flames exp.
arder {or} estar en llamas

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llevarse
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estar de moda
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estar de patrona
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estar en el taller
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tener dudas
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estar en completo desorden
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estar (en) jaque
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flame, flambé, flares, fame

"to be in flames": examples and translations in context
All of Los Angeles seems to be in flames. Todo Los ángeles parece arder.
Here... this one seems to be covered in flames. Aquí - este parece estar cubierta en llamas.
Children often play with foam cushions for example and are exposed to clouds of fine dusts which are likely to be rich in flame-retardants. Por ejemplo, los niños suelen jugar con almohadones de espuma y están expuestos a nubes de polvo fino que probablemente tengan un gran contenido de pirorretardantes.
Nobody wants to be near a man in flames. Y vos cool, ojo, que nadie quiere estar cerca de un hombre en llamas.
It used to be a flame-thrower in my dreams Solía ser un lanzallamas en mis sueños.
a little more wood for my heart to be tempered in its flames un poco más de leña para que mi corazún se temple al fuego.
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