English → English - flare

Pronunciation
n. wavering flame or light; sudden burst of light; outburst of anger or emotion; bright signal light; outwardly spreading curve
v. burn unsteadily; suddenly burst into flame, ignite; suddenly burst into anger; signal using a bright light; slowly curve outward

English → Spanish - flare

Pronunciation
s. flama, llama, llamarada; cohete de señales, Bengala; expansión gradual; lámpara que emite calor y que es lanzado por las aeronaves para desviar misiles dirigidos
v. dar una llamarada, brillar, destellar

English → French - flare

Pronunciation
n. flamboiement irrégulier; flamme ; feu de signal; fusée éclairante; signalisation; évasement; godet; (pantalon) à pattes d'éléphant; dilatation; évasement
v. flamboyer; embraser; épanouir; s'emporter; se mettre en colère; évaser, s'évaser

English → German - flare

Pronunciation
n. Leuchtsignal, Leuchtfeuer, Leuchtkugel; Wutausbruch; Leuchtbombe (Luftfahrt); Lichtschein
v. flackern; ausbrechen; bilden; erweitern

English → Indonesian - flare

Pronunciation
n. marak, nyala api, lidah api, suar, cerawat, bagian yg melebar
v. menyala, berkobar, mengembang

English → Italian - flare

Pronunciation
s. chiarore, bagliore; razzo; fiammata, vampa; segnale luminoso; esplosione improvvisa di ira o emozione
v. brillare di luce tremula; ardere, divampare; infiammarsi, adirarsi; allargarsi, essere svasato

English → Polish - flare

Pronunciation
n. błysk, żyrandol, klosz, rakieta, wybrzuszenie
v. migotać, rozszerzać się kloszowo ku dołowi

English → Portuguese - flare

Pronunciation
s. fogacho, chama trêmula, labareda; artifício de sinalização; cintilação; explosão de raiva, fúria súbita, arrebatamento ; dilatação, expansão de uma curva para fora
v. chamejar; reluzir; brilhar; emocionar-se; incendiar-se; alargar-se

English → Romanian - flare

Pronunciation
n. flacără tremurătoare, flăcăraie, pâlpâit, pâlpâire, strălucire temporară, sclipire, foc intermitent, rachetă semnalizatoare, semnal luminos, semnal luminos de pericol, acces de mânie {fig.}, faimă
v. arde cu flacăra vie şi tremurătoare, pâlpâi, izbucni, răbufni, străluci, înfuria: se înfuria

English → Russian - flare

Pronunciation
с. неровный свет, сияние, блеск, яркий свет, вспышка
г. гореть ярким пламенем, вспыхивать, ослеплять блеском, рассердиться, прийти в ярость, расширять

English → Turkish - flare

Pronunciation
f. ışımak, ışık saçmak, titrek ışık vermek, alevlenmek, sinirlenmek, küplere binmek, genişlemek (giysi), çan gibi genişlemek, ışıkla işaret vermek
i. titrek ışık, işaret ışığı, deniz feneri, parlama, öfke, çan etek, İspanyol paça

English → Ukrainian - flare

Pronunciation
n. блискання, спалах, ракета
v. виблискувати, палохкотіти

German → English - flare

Pronunciation
v. burn unsteadily; suddenly burst into flame, ignite; suddenly burst into anger; signal using a bright light; slowly curve outward

English → Dutch - flare

Pronunciation
zn. flits; uitbarsting; geleidelijke uitbreiding; warmtelampen (lampen die warmte uitstralen om raketten die gericht zijn op doelen door middel van infrarode straling af te leiden)
ww. branden; vlammen; uitbarsten

English → Greek - flare

Pronunciation
ουσ. αναλαμπή, φωτοβολίδα, λάμψη
ρήμ. φλέγομαι, απαστράπτω, λάμπω

German → Turkish - flare

Pronunciation
titrek parlak isik ya da alev, isaret fisegi, parlak ve titrek bir alevle yanmak, birden alev almak, patlak vermek

English → Arabic - flare

Pronunciation
‏نار، نور، غضب شديد، إنفجار‏
‏توهج، لمع، إنفجر بالغضب، وسع‏

English → Chinese - flare

Pronunciation
(名) 闪光; 闪耀; 点火; 爆破; 信号灯; 逐渐地扩展; 用于制止寻热导弹的路径发热光
(动) 闪光, 闪耀; 使闪耀; 使张开

English → Chinese - flare

Pronunciation
(名) 閃光; 閃耀
(動) 閃光, 閃耀; 使閃耀; 使張開

English → Hindi - flare

Pronunciation
n. चमक, दमक, चौंध, झुलमुलाती हुई चमक
v. हिलती ज्वाला से चमकना, हिलती ज्वारा से जलना, झुलमुलाना, फूलना

English → Japanese - flare

Pronunciation
(動) ゆらゆら燃える; 燃え上がる, 炎上する
(名) 燃焼, 発火; 閃光; 爆発; 信号灯; 段階的な拡大; フレア, 熱を放射し熱探知ミサイルが向 かってくるのを阻止するのに使われるライト

English → Korean - flare

Pronunciation
명. 너울거리는 불길; 확 타오름; 감정이나 분노의 폭발; 화염 신호등; 나팔꽃 모양으로 벌리기
동. 너울거리다; 확타오르다, 확불꽃이 일다; 갑작스레 화가 폭발하다; 화염신호를 이용하다; 천천히 나팔꽃 모양으로 벌리다

English → Vietnamese - flare

Pronunciation
n. sự cháy không đều, ngọn lửa chập chờn, sự phùng ra, lửa báo hiệu, đèn rọi
v. cháy không đều, làm phùng ra

Definition of flare

Pronunciation
Noun
1. A source of brightly burning light or intense heat used to attract attention in an emergency, to illuminate an area, or as a decoy.
The flares steered the traffic away from the accident.
A spent flare had punctured the tire.
The flares attracted the heat-seeking missiles.
2. A widening of an object with an otherwise roughly constant width.
That's a genuine early '70's flare on those pants.
3. The transition from downward flight to level flight just before landing.
The captain executed the flare perfectly, and we lightly touched down.
4. A low fly ball that is hit in the region between the infielders and the outfielders
Jones hits a little flare to left that falls for a single.
5. A type of pyrotechnic that produces a brilliant light or intense heat without an explosion. A colored flare used as a warning on the railroad, a fusee.
6. Lens flare
Verb
7. To blaze brightly.
The blast furnace flared in the night.
8. To burn unsteadily.
The candle flared in a sudden draught.
9. To open outward in shape.
The cat flared its nostrils while sniffing at the air.
The cat's nostrils flared when it sniffed at the air.
The building flared from the third through the seventh floors to occupy the airspace over the entrance plaza.
The sides of a bowl flare.
10. To cause to burn.
11. To shine out with a sudden and unsteady light; to emit a dazzling or painfully bright light.
12. To shine out with gaudy colours; to be offensively bright or showy.
13. To be exposed to too much light.
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Verb Forms

Present participle: flaring
Present: flare (3.person: flares)
Past: flared
Future: will flare
Present conditional: would flare
Present Perfect: have flared (3.person: has flared)
Past Perfect: had flared
Future Perfect: will have flared
Past conditional: would have flared
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