Definition Of burned

verb

(of a fire) flame or glow while consuming a material such as coal or wood.

a fire burned and crackled cheerfully in the grate

(of a person, the skin, or a part of the body) become red and painful through exposure to the sun.

my skin tans easily but sometimes burns

drive very fast.

he burned past us like a maniac

having been burned.

burned wood

produce (a compact disc or DVD) by copying from an original or master copy.

You can purchase and download hardware and software MPEG Encoders to burn a DVD.


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Example Of burned

  • A cheering crowd dragged their burned and mutilated bodies through the streets and hanged two bodies from a bridge over the Euphrates River.

  • And burned lips turn to sandpaper or, worse, can produce blisters.

  • At the site of one ambush there was a festive air as a large group of boys banged away at the burned carcass of an abandoned U.S. vehicle.

  • Caramel usually is more or less burned sugar, so what is burnt caramel like?

  • Cottons are used such as Turkey red and Balkan blue and Mandarin yellow, with a good deal of burned orange and black.


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