flare en Inglés

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n. wavering flame or light; sudden burst of light; outburst of anger or emotion; bright signal light; outwardly spreading curve
v. burn unsteadily; suddenly burst into flame, ignite; suddenly burst into anger; signal using a bright light; slowly curve outward

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A few moments afterwards the footlights flared up and the curtain rose on the third act.
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About half-past eight I passed by an absurd little theatre, with great flaring gas-jets and gaudy play-bills.
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Shrill flaring gas-jets, dulled and distorted in the fly-blown mirrors that faced them, were ranged round the walls.
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“No one but a buffoon can talk like that!” cried the girl, flaring up.
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Above this gross perfection of form came the Mongoloid nose, narrow forehead, and flaring pig’s eyes.
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A swarm of ideas flared up in Lyamshin's crafty mind like a shower of fireworks.
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A touch of the firing stud and a brief flare of intense light dissolved the bush.
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All the horrors and betrayals of all the creatures throughout time flared to life in tiny segments of revelation.
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As the lightning bolt flared a poster on Vickie's wall tore diagonally as if slashed by a phantom knife.
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As if in answer, light flared within another launch bay, signalling more attack craft firing up for imminent launch.
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Sinónimos

1. shine: glare, flash, blaze, glow
2. pyrotechnic device: torch, beacon



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