13480848-n 'the process of combustion of inflammable materials producing heat and light and (often) smoke';
Arabic نار , لهب
Bulgarian огън
Catalan foc , flama
Chinese (simplified) 火舌 , , 燃烧 , 焚烧 , 火焰
Danish ild
Greek φωτιά
English flame15 () , fire7 ( ) , flaming ()
Basque su , sugar , gar
Farsi زبانه آتش , الو , شورعشق
Finnish tuli
French incendie , propagateur , feu , flamme
Galician lume , chama , lapa
Hebrew אֵשׁ
Croatian plamen , vatra
Indonesian kebakaran , api
Icelandic logi , eldur
Italian fiamma , fuoco
Japanese , , , ファイア
Lithuanian ugnis , liepsna , degimas
Dutch vlam , laai , vuur
Nynorsk eld
Bokmål ild
Polish płomienie , ogień
Portuguese labareda , fogo , chama , flama
Romanian foc
Slovak plameň , horenie
Slovene ogenj
Spanish fuego , llama
Swedish eld
Thai การลุกเป็นไฟ , การลุกไหม้
Malaysian api , kebakaran , nyala api
Definitions
Italian
il fenomeno legato alla combustione; il fenomeno visivo legato alla combustione
Japanese
熱や発光、(時には)煙を出しながら可燃性の物質が燃える過程 ― は我々の先祖が最初に発見したものの1つだった
Romanian
Ardere violentă cu flacără și cu dezvoltare de căldură
Greek
η ταυτόχρονη παραγωγή θερμότητας και φωτός με την καύση εύφλεκτου υλικού, η οποία συνοδεύεται συνήθως και από φλόγα
English
the process of combustion of inflammable materials producing heat and light and (often) smoke ― fire was one of our ancestors' first discoveries
Relations
Hyponym: blaze flare ignition
Hypernym: combustion
Semantic Field: processn
External Links

SUMO: = Combustion

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