There are 2 translations of blaze in Spanish:

blaze1

Pronunciation: /bleɪz/

n

  • 1 1.1 c (in grate) fuego (m); (bonfire) fogata (f), hoguera (f); (flames) llamaradas (fpl) we soon had a lovely blaze going pronto tuvimos encendido un buen fuego 1.2 c (dangerous fire) [journalese/lenguaje periodístico] incendio (m)
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    • Police suspect arsonists lit about half the blazes and six people have been arrested.
    • Authorities are anxious to douse this blaze and begin dealing with its aftermath.
    • There's already six aircraft that have been battling this blaze for the last few hours.
    1.3 u (burning heat) [literario/literary] ardor (m)
  • 2 (dazzling display) (no pl) the garden was a blaze of color el jardín era un derroche de color the ballroom was a blaze of light el salón de baile estaba resplandeciente in a blaze of glory cubierto de gloria
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    • It is breathtaking, and brings the city into a blaze of colour on a cold winter's night.
    • As my eyes adjusted, to the new world around me, everything was a glare then a blaze of ambers.
    • The lonely front door comes alive in a red and yellow blaze, the reflection of a gas station sign.
  • 3
    (blazes pl)
    (hell) [colloq & euph] he can go to blazes! ¡que se vaya al demonio or al diablo! [familiar/colloquial] how/what/when the o in (blue) blazes … ? ¿cómo/qué/cuándo demonios or diablos … ? [familiar/colloquial] like blazes (very fast) como un bólido [familiar/colloquial] (contradicting) a otro perro con ese hueso [familiar/colloquial] we were going like blazes down the street íbamos como un bólido por la calle [familiar/colloquial] I got home at ten — like blazes you did! llegué a casa a las diez — ya, a otro perro con ese hueso [familiar/colloquial]
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    • How in blue blazes am I to know where this program gets its data from?
    • The only problem is, how in blue blazes do I wait so long for the movie to be showing somewhere near me?
    • How in blue blazes were you supposed to know you'd end up on the wrong side of a Mafia don?
  • 4 (marker) señal (f); [Zool] mancha (f)
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    • Blenheims are chestnut and white, with chestnut ears and a white blaze between the eyes and ears.
    • Many beagles have a white blaze on the face, but a solid tan face is common, too.
    • The white blaze had always been there, from the tip of her nose between her ears and down her back.
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    • The main difference is that the inscriptions on blazes in pine trees in Scandinavia have a longer duration than the inscriptions on the bark of deciduous trees by the Basque herders.
    • He marked it with his blaze and registered it in his database.
    • White, rectangular paint blazes mark the Appalachian Trail from Maine to Georgia.

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There are 2 translations of blaze in Spanish:

blaze2

vi

  • 1.1 [fire] arder; [lights] brillar, resplandecer* the sun blazed down on us el sol nos abrasaba
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    • A fire blazing brightly in the fireplace meant warmth and comfort but at a deeper level also meant survival and the perpetuation of life itself.
    • Fire still blazed fiercely in front of the small family, preventing any form of escape.
    • Also notable are the fire barrels that blaze brightly during the nocturnal hours.
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    • Outside, the sun blazed down from a shimmering sky, as it had for most of the day.
    • Suddenly, a light blazes forth from the center of the symbol on the table, shaped like an eye.
    • The city of Tokyo was blazing with high flashing lights of red, blue, white, and yellow.
    1.2 [eyes] centellear she blazed with anger ardía de indignación 1.3 [gun] escupir balas
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    • Then, in another few seconds, he was joined by the two agents that had come with the Lieutenant Governor, and they blazed away with their riot guns in the same direction.
    • Occasionally, on the outskirts of the isolated impact area, you could hear tanks firing machine guns and blazing their cannons.
    • A tank, guns blazing, fills the downtown of Jenin with a diesel smokescreen to enforce a curfew order.

Phrasal verbs

blaze away

v + adv
disparar sin tregua

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Word of the day prestado
adj
el vestido no es mío, es prestado = it's not my dress, I borrowed it …
Cultural fact of the day

Churro is a typical Spanish food, consisting of a long thin cylinder of dough, deep-fried in olive oil and often dusted with sugar. Churros are usually eaten with a thick hot drinking chocolate, especially for breakfast.