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ignite
ɪg'naɪt
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English Definition
(动) As a verb
  1. Arouse or excite feelings and passions.
  2. Cause to start burning; subject to fire or great heat.
  3. Start to burn or burst into flames.
Hyphenationig•nite
Part of Speech(动) verb, (及物的动) transitive verb
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点燃diǎnránto ignite; to set on fire; aflame
灼热zhuórèburning hot; scorching; worried
使兴奋shǐ xīngfènexciting; to excite
兴奋xīngfènexcited; excitement
引着yǐnzháoto ignite; to kindle
燃起ránqǐto ignite; to light; fig. to spark off (hopes, controversy, flames of revolution)
着火zháohuǒto ignite; to burn
点火diǎnhuǒto ignite; to light a fire; to agitate; to start an engine; ignition; fig. to stir up trouble
燃烧ránshāoto ignite; to combust; to burn; combustion; flaming
jùnto set fire to; to ignite
爆燃bàoránto detonate; to ignite
遇火yùhuǒto catch fire; to ignite
rán(ancient standard form of ) to burn; to ignite; to light
引爆yǐnbàoto cause to burn; to ignite; to detonate; a fuse
ránto burn; to ignite; to light; fig. to spark off (hopes); to start (debate); to raise (hopes)
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