自2010年至今的四级考试中， 共出现过 次
自2010年至今的六级考试中， 共出现过 次
N-VAR 火焰;烈焰;火舌 A flame is a hot bright stream of burning gas that comes from something that is burning.
The heat from the flames was so intense that roads melted.
...a huge ball of flame.
N-COUNT 谩骂性电子邮件;攻击性电子邮件 A flame is an e-mail message which severely criticizes or attacks someone.
The best way to respond to a flame is to ignore it.
VERB (因愤怒而脸)变红，发红，涨红 If someone's face flames, it suddenly looks red, usually because they are angry.
Her cheeks flamed an angry red...
Christopher's listening face flamed at the contempt.
N-COUNT (激情之)火;(怒)火 You can refer to a feeling of passion or anger as a flame of passion or a flame of anger.
...that burning flame of love.
PHRASE 突然猛烈燃烧起来;突然失火 If something bursts into flames or bursts into flame, it suddenly starts burning strongly.
She managed to scramble out of the vehicle as it burst into flames.
PHRASE 煽动…火焰,激化(通常指不良的情绪) If someone or something fans the flames of a situation or feeling, usually a bad one, they make it more intense or extreme in some way.
He accused the Tories of 'fanning the flames of extremism'.
PHRASE 熊熊燃烧;陷入火海;被大火吞没 If something goes up in flames, it starts to burn strongly and is destroyed.
Fires broke out everywhere, the entire city went up in flames.
PHRASE 起火;失火 Something that is in flames is on fire.