简明英汉词典

blaze
[bleiz]
n.
火焰, 光辉, 情感爆发
vi.
燃烧, 照耀, 激发
vt.
在树皮上刻路标, 公开宣布

美国传统词典[双解]

blaze
blaze 1
AHD:[bl3z]
D.J.[bleiz]
K.K.[blez]
n.(名词)

(1)

A brilliant burst of fire; a flame.
火光:熊熊烈火;火焰

(2)

A destructive fire.
火灾:毁坏性的大火

(3)

A bright or steady light or glare:
强光:明亮持续的光线或闪耀:
the blaze of the desert sun.
沙漠上强烈的阳光炙焰

(4)

A brilliant, striking display:
光彩:辉煌耀眼的展示:
flowers that were a blaze of color.
色彩鲜艳的花朵

(5)

A sudden outburst, as of emotion:
感情迸发:感情等的突然迸发:
a blaze of anger.
勃然大怒

(6)

blazes Used as an intensive:
blazes 用作加强语气词:
Where in blazes are my keys?
我的钥匙到底在哪儿?
v.(动词)
blazedblaz.ingblaz.es
v.intr.(不及物动词)

(1)

To burn with a bright flame.
熊熊燃烧:带有明亮火焰地燃烧

(2)

To shine brightly.
照耀:明亮地闪耀

(3)

To be resplendent:
呈绚丽多彩:
a garden blazing with flowers.
繁花盛开的花园

(4)

To flare up suddenly:
突然发作:
My neighbor's temper blazed.
我的邻居突然大怒

(5)

To shoot rapidly and continuously:
连发射击:快速而持续地发射:
Machine guns blazed.
机枪扫射
v.tr.(及物动词)
To shine or be resplendent with:
闪耀:因…闪光或映照:
eyes that blazed hatred.
眼睛里射出仇恨的光

语源

(1)

Middle English blase
中古英语 blase

(2)

from Old English bl?se * see bhel- 1
源自 古英语 bl?se *参见 bhel- 1

继承用法

blazingly
adv.(副词)

参考词汇

(1)

blazeflameflareflashglareincandescenceglow

(2)

These nouns denote bright light, especially when it is a visible sign of combustion.
这些名词意指强烈的光,尤指燃烧时的可见信号。

(3)

Blaze stresses intensity of burning and implies brilliance of illumination:
Blaze 强调燃烧强度并暗示发光的光辉:
We warmed our hands near the blaze of the campfire.
我们在篝火的火焰旁暖手。

(4)

Flame pertains to a jet or tongue of fire:
Flame 指火的一喷或一道火舌:
The paper burned with a yellow and blue flame and then disintegrated.
纸被一道黄蓝色的火苗吞噬,然后化成了灰。

(5)

Flare applies to a dazzling but unsteady burst of light:
Flare 指耀眼但不稳定的光:
Flares of brilliant red shot up from the smokestack.
大烟囱里冒出来的阵阵耀眼的红光。

(6)

Flash denotes a sudden momentary burst:
Flash 意指突发瞬间的爆发:
The flash of strobe lights and the insistent beat of the music made the disco a favorite gathering place for young people.
频闪灯的亮光和音乐不断的敲击声使迪斯科舞厅成为年青人喜爱的聚集地。

(7)

Glare emphasizes intensely and often intolerably bright light:
Glare 强调强烈、让人难以忍受的强光:
The glare of the oncoming headlights temporarily blinded me.
迎面车灯刺眼的光照得我瞬间什么也看不见。

(8)

Incandescence suggests the brilliance of something white-hot:
Incandescence 指白热的亮光:
“When heated to incandescence in the furnace of stars, each element marks the spectrum of light it emits with a characteristic set of lines” (Malcolm W. Browne).
“当在众多星状物组成的熔炉中被加热到白热程度时,每一个元素都以其特有的一组谱线显示出它所放出的光谱” (马尔科姆W.布朗) 。

(9)

Glow stresses light in the absence of visible flame; it particularly suggests steadiness of radiation without intense brilliance:
Glow 强调一种无焰光,它尤其暗示无强光下的辐射的稳定性:
When the electric stove is turned on, the burners give off a red glow.
电炉一点燃,炉心就发出炽热的红光。

基本词义

blaze
blaze 2
AHD:[bl3z]
D.J.[bleiz]
K.K.[blez]
n.(名词)

(1)

A white or light-colored spot on the face of an animal, such as a horse.
白斑:动物脸上,如马脸上白色或浅色的斑

(2)

A mark cut or painted on a tree to indicate a trail.
在树上砍或涂以指示道路的痕迹
v.tr.(及物动词)
blazedblaz.ingblaz.es

(1)

To mark (a tree) with or as if with blazes.
在或似在(树上)刻痕

(2)

To indicate (a trail) by marking trees with blazes.
在树上刻痕指示(道路)

语源
[Of Germanic origin]
[源于德语的]

基本词义

blaze
blaze 3
AHD:[bl3z]
D.J.[bleiz]
K.K.[blez]
v.tr.(及物动词)
blazedblaz.ingblaz.es
To make known publicly; proclaim:
传播;宣布:
Headlines blazed the news.
标题宣布了新闻

语源

(1)

Middle English blasen
中古英语 blasen

(2)

from Middle Dutch bl3n [to blow up, swell] * see bhl?-
源自 中古荷兰语 bl3n [放大,肿胀] *参见 bhl?-

现代英汉词典

blaze 1
[bleIz]
n.

(1)

火焰;烈火;火灾
The roadside grass became a blaze.
路边的草引起了一场大火。
It took the firemen nearly two hours to put the blaze out.
消防队员花了近两个小时才把大火扑灭。

(2)

光辉;明亮
The flowers made a blaze of red.
花(开得)一片艳红。
On New Year's eve, every main street was a blaze of light.
除夕之夜,各条大街一片灯火辉煌。

(3)

突然发怒
In a blaze of anger he shouted at them.
他勃然大怒,对他们大吼。

(4)

(pl)邪恶的地方
Go to blazes!
该死!
What the blazes!
该死!

词性变化

blaze
vi.
blazed, blazing

(1)

燃烧

(2)

照耀;发光
Lights were blazing and men were running here and there: they had just discovered that a prisoner had escaped.
灯光强烈耀眼,人们跑来跑去 - 他们刚刚发现有个战俘逃掉了。
Her eyes blazed with anger. (喻)
她眼里闪着怒火。

常用词组

blaze away

(1)

(常与at连用)

(2)

迅速开枪;不断射击

(3)

奋力工作
The advertising corporation has blazed a trail in new methods of advertising by using internet. (喻)
广告公司利用国际信息网为新的广告方法开拓了新路。

基本词义

blaze 2
[bleIz]
n.

(1)

白斑

(2)

(为标明方向在树上砍的)白茬标记

词性变化

blaze
vt.
在树上砍出白茬(标明方向)

现代英汉综合大辞典

blaze
[bleiz]
vt.

(1)

刻记号在树皮上指示(道路等)

(2)

领导, 开拓
blaze a trail [path, way]
(在森林, 荒野中)在树皮上刻上标志指示道路; 闯出新路, 开辟路径

词性变化

blaze
[bleiz]
n.

(1)

(牛、马等)脸上的白斑

(2)

树皮上的刻痕

英文相关词典

blaze
fire    flame    flare    marking    notch    

[七国语言]英汉化学大词典

blaze
火焰

美国传统词典

blaze
blaze 1
AHD:[bl3z]
D.J.[bleiz]
K.K.[blez]
n.

(1)

A brilliant burst of fire; a flame.

(2)

A destructive fire.

(3)

A bright or steady light or glare:
the blaze of the desert sun.

(4)

A brilliant, striking display:
flowers that were a blaze of color.

(5)

A sudden outburst, as of emotion:
a blaze of anger.

(6)

blazes Used as an intensive:
Where in blazes are my keys?
v.
blazed, blaz.ing, blaz.es
v.intr.

(1)

To burn with a bright flame.

(2)

To shine brightly.

(3)

To be resplendent:
a garden blazing with flowers.

(4)

To flare up suddenly:
My neighbor's temper blazed.

(5)

To shoot rapidly and continuously:
Machine guns blazed.
v.tr.
To shine or be resplendent with:
eyes that blazed hatred.

语源

(1)

Middle English blase

(2)

from Old English bl?se * see bhel- 1

继承用法

blazingly
adv.

参考词汇

(1)

blaze, flame, flare, flash, glare, incandescence, glow

(2)

These nouns denote bright light, especially when it is a visible sign of combustion.

(3)

Blaze stresses intensity of burning and implies brilliance of illumination:
We warmed our hands near the blaze of the campfire.

(4)

Flame pertains to a jet or tongue of fire:
The paper burned with a yellow and blue flame and then disintegrated.

(5)

Flare applies to a dazzling but unsteady burst of light:
Flares of brilliant red shot up from the smokestack.

(6)

Flash denotes a sudden momentary burst:
The flash of strobe lights and the insistent beat of the music made the disco a favorite gathering place for young people.

(7)

Glare emphasizes intensely and often intolerably bright light:
The glare of the oncoming headlights temporarily blinded me.

(8)

Incandescence suggests the brilliance of something white-hot:
“When heated to incandescence in the furnace of stars, each element marks the spectrum of light it emits with a characteristic set of lines” (Malcolm W. Browne).

(9)

Glow stresses light in the absence of visible flame; it particularly suggests steadiness of radiation without intense brilliance:
When the electric stove is turned on, the burners give off a red glow.

基本词义

blaze
blaze 2
AHD:[bl3z]
D.J.[bleiz]
K.K.[blez]
n.

(1)

A white or light-colored spot on the face of an animal, such as a horse.

(2)

A mark cut or painted on a tree to indicate a trail.
v.tr.
blazed, blaz.ing, blaz.es

(1)

To mark (a tree) with or as if with blazes.

(2)

To indicate (a trail) by marking trees with blazes.

语源
[Of Germanic origin]

基本词义

blaze
blaze 3
AHD:[bl3z]
D.J.[bleiz]
K.K.[blez]
v.tr.
blazed, blaz.ing, blaz.es
To make known publicly; proclaim:
Headlines blazed the news.

语源

(1)

Middle English blasen

(2)

from Middle Dutch bl3n [to blow up, swell] * see bhl?-

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blaze
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blaze
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blaze
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blaze
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blaze
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blaze
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blaze
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blaze
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blaze
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blaze
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