There are 2 translations of blaze in Spanish:

blaze1

Pronunciation: /bleɪz/

noun/nombre

  • 2 (dazzling display) (no plural/sin plural) 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 plural)
    (hell) [colloquial/familiar] [euphemistic/eufemístico] he can go to blazes! ¡que se vaya al demonio or al diablo! [colloquial/familiar] how/what/when the o in (blue) blazes … ? ¿cómo/qué/cuándo demonios or diablos … ? [colloquial/familiar] like blazes (very fast) como un bólido [colloquial/familiar] (contradicting) a otro perro con ese hueso [colloquial/familiar] we were going like blazes down the street íbamos como un bólido por la calle [colloquial/familiar] I got home at ten — like blazes you did! llegué a casa a las diez — ya, a otro perro con ese hueso [colloquial/familiar]
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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?

intransitive verb/verbo intransitivo

Phrasal verbs

blaze away

verb + adverb/verbo + adverbio
disparar sin tregua

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There are 2 translations of blaze in Spanish:

blaze2

Pronunciation: /bleɪz/

noun/nombre

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