Translation of ember in Spanish:


brasa, n.

Pronunciation /ˈɛmbər/ /ˈɛmbə/

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    brasa feminine
    ascua feminine
    the dying embers el rescoldo
    • Hunter returned to his place by Missy's side in front of the glowing embers of the dying fire laid in the black iron stove.
    • A piece of wood dropped on the dying embers in the fire soon burst into flame.
    • The dying embers of the fire flickered and he squinted to get a feel of his surroundings.
    • Seconds later he saw the eyes again, the orbs reflecting off the dying embers of their fire.
    • Croft was sprawled, half in the armchair, half on the floor, staring at the dying embers of the fire.
    • Very often, the coals or wood embers that are used in fire walking also have a low heat capacity.
    • He saw her stirring the embers of the dying campfire and tiptoed stealthily up behind her.
    • The walls were stained with the tar of tobacco, and the burning embers of a long-lit fire were the only light the room provided.
    • The glowing embers of the wood danced into the night sky, yet conveyed no warmth.
    • An uneasy peace was negotiated during the dying embers of Bonetti's reign.
    • You can learn to sense this instinct and fan the glowing embers into a roaring blaze.
    • The room was quite dark, for the dying embers on the hearth provided only a faint radiance.
    • Mac lifted the rest of the chunks of eel meat from their perches over the dying embers.
    • You are advised to think twice about trying to fan the embers of a dying love affair.
    • He stared into the fire to avoid her gaze, to focus his thoughts within the flames and the glowing embers.
    • The fire was down to embers with a small pile of wood next to it indicating that everyone had left early.
    • Still the burning embers of the creative urge propelled her to serious writing.
    • We huddled closely around its glowing embers as they struggled to keep at bay the piercing chill of the Andean night.
    • Firefighters were still at the scene on Saturday morning dampening down the burning embers.
    • He thrust it in among the glowing embers again and sat down on a box.