Definición de bonfire en inglés:

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bonfire

Pronunciación: /ˈbɒnfʌɪə/

sustantivo

A large open-air fire used for burning rubbish or as part of a celebration: the smell of burning leaves from a garden bonfire figurative yet again, events had made a bonfire of her plans
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • She added that the annual Halloween celebrations will see bonfires on the area, only making things worse than they already are.
  • A warning has gone out to people thinking of having bonfires in their gardens after a fire went out of control.
  • We ask people to be aware of the litter laws and not dump any type of rubbish for the bonfires on the greens.

Origen

Late Middle English: from bone + fire. The term originally denoted a large open-air fire on which bones were burnt (sometimes as part of a celebration), also one for burning heretics or proscribed literature. Dr Johnson accepted the mistaken idea that the word came from French bon 'good'.

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