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1 blaze /ˈbleɪz/ noun
plural blazes
1 blaze
/ˈbleɪz/
noun
plural blazes
Learner's definition of BLAZE
[count] somewhat formal : an intense and dangerous fire
[singular] : a very bright area of light or color
[singular] : a sudden appearance or expression of something : outburst
◊ A blaze of glory is a final important event just before someone or something is gone or dies.
blazes [plural] informal + somewhat old-fashioned used to make a statement or question more forceful
compare 3blaze
2 blaze /ˈbleɪz/ verb
blazes; blazed; blazing
2 blaze
/ˈbleɪz/
verb
blazes; blazed; blazing
Learner's definition of BLAZE
[no object]
: to burn very brightly and intensely
: to shine very brightly
: to be extremely bright or colorful like fire
of the eyes : to show anger
: to shoot very quickly and constantly
often + away
: to move very quickly
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3 blaze /ˈbleɪz/ noun
plural blazes
3 blaze
/ˈbleɪz/
noun
plural blazes
Learner's definition of BLAZE
[count]
: a stripe of white fur on the center of an animal's face
: a mark made on a tree to show a trail
compare 1blaze
4 blaze /ˈbleɪz/ verb
blazes; blazed; blazing
4 blaze
/ˈbleɪz/
verb
blazes; blazed; blazing
Learner's definition of BLAZE

blaze a trail

: to show a trail with marks on trees
: to be the first one to do something and to show others how to do it
see also trailblazer
compare 2blaze
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