Translation of aflame in Spanish:


en llamas, adj.

Pronunciation /əˈfleɪm/


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    en llamas
    his words set their passions aflame sus palabras encendieron los ánimos
    • her eyes were aflame with jealousy los celos encendían su mirada
    • The obvious appeal of the portrait is the notion that a person's pilot light remains aflame even in the darkest of times.
    • The baobab was aflame, regular fire eating it as quickly as it could.
    • I held onto his arm and he brought me into the kitchen, his lighter still aflame, guiding us safely through the hallway.
    • They did not attempt to confront mobs as they set aflame people and properties, they set up no camps to shelter the bereaved and destitute survivors.
    • A glance over my shoulder confirmed the worst - the entire hedgerow was aflame.
    • Residents reported grenades setting police cars aflame in the heart of the city.
    • Splinters were flung in every direction, some aflame, becoming miniature meteors as they ignited in the dry air.
    • The sniper crossbow fires bolts that set whatever they hit aflame.
    • The passage was lighted with a few lanterns that were magically kept aflame, and it was almost as cold there as it was outside.
    • Then a rain of fire arrows light the ladders as some hit the soldiers setting them aflame.
    • A piece of the roof, set aflame by the uncontrolled inferno, suddenly fell from the roof and on top of Tempest's right leg.
    • She closed her eyes, and opened to see everything aflame.
    • Blue and white-streaked energy erupted in a hemispherical blast, tossing nearby vehicles and setting others aflame.
    • The red carpeting was aflame as well, and tapestries and banners hanging from the high ceiling had also begun to catch flame.
    • He watched as the glass rained down slowly to the ground, emeralds falling from the tower, which was now aflame.
    • The walls were rebuilt with yellow limestone and the towers rebuilt with stones so they couldn't be set aflame anymore.
    • This time I dunked the sugar cube in the absinthe and set it aflame.
    • The names usually refer to the tall flowering spike which in medieval times was dipped in tallow and set aflame as a torch in the evening.
    • If would have been quite hilarious to see the pampered boys' reaction to having his expensive clothing set aflame.
    • Before he could touch the ignition, the newspaper suddenly lit aflame.