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spark1 US English

A small fiery particle thrown off from a fire, alight in ashes, or produced by striking together two hard surfaces such as stone or metal

spark2 US English

A lively young fellow

Spark, Dame Muriel US English

(1918–2006), Scottish novelist. Notable works: The Prime of Miss Jean Brodie (1961), The Mandelbaum Gate (1965), and Symposium (1990)

spark US Thesaurus

a spark of light

spark out US English

Completely unconscious

spark gap US English

A space between electrical terminals across which a transient discharge passes

spark plug US English

A device for firing the explosive mixture in an internal combustion engine

bright spark US English

A clever or witty person

spark chamber US English

An apparatus designed to show ionizing particles

electric spark US English

A luminous discharge caused by the passage of electricity through a gas or vapour; = spark.

quenched spark US English

A spark in a radio transmitter that is extinguished mechanically soon after it begins.

spark out in spark1 US English

Completely unconscious