Sinónimos de burn en inglés:

burn


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1‘the house was burning’

SINÓNIMOS
be on fire, be alight, be ablaze, blaze, go up, go up in smoke, be in flames, be aflame
smoulder, glow, flare, flash, flicker
literario be afire
arcaico be ardent

2‘he burned all the letters’

SINÓNIMOS
set fire to, set on fire, set alight, set light to, light, set burning, ignite, touch off, put a match to, kindle, incinerate, reduce to ashes, destroy by fire
coloquial torch
arcaico fire, inflame

3‘I forgot to turn off the iron and nearly burned his shirt’

SINÓNIMOS
scorch, singe, sear, char, blacken, discolour, brand
scald
técnico cauterize, calcine
marginal torrefy

4‘her face burned with humiliation’

SINÓNIMOS
be hot, be warm, feel hot, be feverish, be fevered, be on fire
blush, redden, be red, go red, go pink, turn red, turn crimson, turn scarlet, flush, colour, crimson

5‘her lip burned where her teeth had pierced it’

SINÓNIMOS
smart, sting, tingle, prick, prickle, be irritated, be sore, hurt, be painful, throb, ache

6‘Martha was burning with curiosity’

SINÓNIMOS
be consumed by, be consumed with, be eaten up by, be eaten up with, be obsessed by, be obsessed with, be tormented by, be tormented with, be bedevilled by

7‘he was burning with fury’

SINÓNIMOS
seethe, boil, fume, smoulder, simmer, be boiling over, be beside oneself
coloquial be livid, be wild, jump up and down, foam at the mouth, froth at the mouth

8‘Meredith burned to know what the secret was’

SINÓNIMOS
yearn, long, have a longing, ache, be aching, itch, be itching, desire, be consumed with the desire, want, want badly, be unable to wait, be eager, be desperate, hanker, have a hankering, wish, crave, lust, pant, hunger, be hungry, be greedy, thirst, be thirsty
coloquial have a yen, yen, be dying
arcaico be athirst, be desirous

9‘people differ considerably in the energy they burn up’

SINÓNIMOS
use up, consume, expend, get through, go through, dissipate, eat up, exhaust
ANTÓNIMOS

conserve


Phrases

    burn oneself out

    ‘don't burn yourself out or you won't even feel up to making that once-weekly trip’


    SINÓNIMOS
    work too hard, work like a horse, work like a slave, work like a Trojan, run oneself into the ground, work oneself into the ground, wear oneself to a shadow, work one's fingers to the bone, drive oneself into the ground, sweat, sweat blood, work day and night, burn the candle at both ends, burn the midnight oil, overtax oneself, overtax one's strength, kill oneself, do too much, overdo it, strain oneself, overburden oneself, overload oneself, drive oneself too hard, push oneself too hard
    coloquial knock oneself out, work one's tail off
    malsonante sweat one's balls off, work one's balls off
    ANTÓNIMOS

    be idle