- v.（使）燃烧( burn的过去式和过去分词 ); 使用某物为燃料; 烧毁; 烧坏;
I'm sad about my toys getting burned in the fire.
The building housed 1,500 refugees and it burned for hours.
Dan burned to know what the reason could be.
Half of it is burned and half of it is raw.
It burned clean through the seat of my overalls.
Women were burned as witches in the middle ages.
Harold had all the copies collected up and burned.
Six months after Bud died, the house burned down.
Coal fell out of the fire, and burned the carpet.
They always took chances and got burned very badly in past years.
Two lamps burned dimly.
Fires have burned up 180,000 acres of timber.
A wood fire burned in the grate.
The candle had burned right down.
The satellite re-entered the atmosphere and burned up.
Natalie posted introduction about a boy named Patrick, who lost his baseball card collecting when his house burned down.
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The river was so polluted that it actually caught fire and burned.
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The smell really burned the inside of your nose.
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Then nine days later, a fire burned the approached to the ground.
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1. having undergone oxidation;
2. injured by intense heat (as of fire or the sun);
"his cracked, black burned lips"
3. treated by heating to a high temperature but below the melting or fusing point;
4. hardened by subjecting to intense heat;
5. destroyed or badly damaged by fire;
"a row of burned houses"
"a charred bit of burnt wood"
"barricaded the street with burnt-out cars"
6. ruined by overcooking;
"she served us underdone bacon and burnt buscuits"