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tempers flared

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  • flare — [[t]fle͟ə(r)[/t]] flares, flaring, flared 1) N COUNT A flare is a small device that produces a bright flame. Flares are used as signals, for example on ships. ...a ship which had fired a distress flare. 2) VERB If a fire flares, the flames… …   English dictionary

  • temper — I UK [ˈtempə(r)] / US [ˈtempər] noun Word forms temper : singular temper plural tempers ** 1) [countable/uncountable] a tendency to get angry very quickly That temper of yours is going to get you into trouble. She should never have married a man… …   English dictionary

  • flare — flare1 [fleə US fler] v 1.) also flare up to suddenly begin to burn, or to burn more brightly for a short time ▪ The fire flared up again. 2.) [i]also flare up if strong feelings flare or flare up, people suddenly become angry, violent etc ▪… …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • flare */ — I UK [fleə(r)] / US [fler] noun Word forms flare : singular flare plural flares 1) a) [countable] a bright flame that burns for a short time b) a bright light or flame that burns steadily and is used as a signal in the dark 2) [singular] a shape… …   English dictionary

  • flare — 01. The fishing boat was in trouble in the storm, so the captain set off a [flare] to call for help. 02. He was obviously very angry; his face was red, his nostrils were [flaring] and his eyes glared at me. 03. After the accident, the driver lit… …   Grammatical examples in English

  • temper — tem|per1 [ tempər ] noun ** 1. ) count or uncount a tendency to get angry very quickly: That temper of yours is going to get you into trouble. She should never have married a man with such a violent temper. have a short temper (=become angry very …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • flare — /flair/, v., flared, flaring, n. v.i. 1. to burn with an unsteady, swaying flame, as a torch or candle in the wind. 2. to blaze with a sudden burst of flame (often fol. by up): The fire flared up as the paper caught. 3. to start up or burst out… …   Universalium

  • flare — flare1 [ fler ] noun * 1. ) count a bright flame that burns for a short time a ) a bright light or flame that burns steadily and is used as a signal in the dark 2. ) singular a shape that becomes wider at one end: a skirt with a slight flare a )… …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • NASCAR lore — has developed since the sport s founding in 1947. It includes NASCAR s colorful history of races along with the men and machines that have competed in them. Largely through the efforts of sportswriters and television, some events have become… …   Wikipedia

  • temper — {{Roman}}I.{{/Roman}} noun 1 tendency to become angry easily ADJECTIVE ▪ bad, explosive, fierce, fiery, hot, nasty, terrible, violent, volatile …   Collocations dictionary

  • flare up — verb 1. ignite quickly and suddenly, especially after having died down (Freq. 1) the fire flared up and died down once again • Hypernyms: ↑ignite, ↑light • Hyponyms: ↑kindle, ↑inflame …   Useful english dictionary


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