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Definitions of BURN in various dictionaries:
- noun - pain that feels hot as if it were on fire
- noun - a browning of the skin resulting from exposure to the rays of the sun
- noun - an injury caused by exposure to heat or chemicals or radiation
- noun - a place or area that has been burned (especially on a person's body)
- noun - damage inflicted by fire
- verb - destroy by fire
- verb - shine intensely, as if with heat
- verb - undergo combustion
- verb - cause a sharp or stinging pain or discomfort
- verb - cause to burn or combust
- verb - feel strong emotion, especially anger or passion
- verb - cause to undergo combustion
- verb - burn at the stake
- verb - spend (significant amounts of money)
- verb - feel hot or painful
- verb - burn, sear, or freeze (tissue) using a hot iron or electric current or a caustic agent
- verb - get a sunburn by overexposure to the sun
- verb - create by duplicating data
- verb - use up (energy)
- verb - burn with heat, fire, or radiation
- To cause to undergo combustion.
- To destroy with fire: burned the trash; burn a house down.
- To consume (fuel or energy, for example): burned all the wood that winter.
- To cause to undergo nuclear fission or fusion.
- To damage or injure by fire, heat, radiation, electricity, or a caustic agent: burned the toast; burned my skin with the acid.
- To execute or kill with fire: burning heretics at the stake.
- To execute by electrocution.
- To make or produce by fire or heat: burn a hole in the rug.
- To dispel; dissipate: The sun burned off the fog.
- To use as a fuel: a furnace that burns coal.
- To metabolize (glucose, for example) in the body.
- To impart a sensation of intense heat to: The chili burned my mouth.
- To irritate or inflame, as by chafing or sunburn.
- To let (oneself or a part of one’s body) become sunburned.
- To brand (an animal).
- To harden or impart a finish to by subjecting to intense heat; fire: burn clay pots in a kiln.
- To make angry: That remark really burns me.
- To defeat in a contest, especially by a narrow margin.
- To inflict harm or hardship on; hurt: “Huge loan losses have burned banks in recent years” (Christian Science Monitor).
- To swindle or deceive; cheat: We really got burned on the used car we bought.
- To undergo combustion.
- To admit of burning: Wood burns easily.
- To consume fuel: a rocket stage designed to burn for three minutes before being jettisoned.
- To undergo nuclear fission or fusion.
- To emit heat or light by or as if by fire: campfires burning in the dark; the sun burning brightly in the sky.
- To become dissipated or to be dispelled by or as if by heat: The fog burned off as the sun came up.
- To give off light; shine: a light burning over the door.
- To be destroyed, injured, damaged, or changed by or as if by fire: a house that burned to the ground; eggs that burned and stuck to the pan.
- To be very hot; bake: a desert burning under the midday sun.
- To feel or look hot: a child burning with fever.
- To impart a sensation of heat: a liniment that burns when first applied.
- To become irritated or painful, as by chafing or inflammation: eyes burning from the smoke.
- To become sunburned or windburned.
- To be or become angry: an insult that really made me burn.
- To be very eager: was burning with ambition.
- To penetrate by or as if by intense heat or flames: enemy ground radar burning through the fighters’ electronic jammers; a look that burned into them.
- To be vividly or painfully present: shame burning in my heart.
- To suffer punishment or death by or as if by fire: souls burning in hell.
- To be electrocuted.
- An injury produced by fire, heat, radiation, electricity, or a caustic agent.
- A burned place or area: a cigarette burn in the tablecloth.
- The process or result of burning: The fire settled down to a steady burn.
- A stinging sensation: the burn of alcohol on an open wound.
- A sunburn or windburn.
- A firing of a rocket.
- A swindle.
- To stop burning from lack of fuel.
- To wear out or make or become inoperative as a result of heat or friction: The short circuit burned out the fuse.
- To cause (a property owner or a resident) to have to evacuate the premises because of fire: The shopkeeper was burned out by arsonists.
- To make or become exhausted, especially as a result of long-term stress: “Hours are long, stress is high, and many recruits drop out or burn out” (Robert J.
- To make angry: Their rudeness really burns me up.
- These verbs mean to injure or alter by means of intense heat or flames.
- A small stream; a brook.
- verb - to destroy by fire
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