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noun, suru verb

English Meaning(s) for 燃焼

noun, suru verb
  1. burning; combustion

Definition and Synonyms for 燃焼

Ignition the process of initiating combustion or catching fire
Synonyms: 燃焼, 発火
Ignition the act of setting something on fire
Synonyms: 点火, 点火, 燃焼
Combust undergo combustion
Synonyms: 燃える, 燃焼, 燃え盛る
Ignite cause to start burning
Synonyms: 点火, 点火, 焚き付ける, 燃やす, 燃焼
Conflagrate start to burn or burst into flames
Synonyms: 点く, 燃焼, 発火
Fire the event of something burning (often destructive)
Synonyms: , , 火事, 火災, 火難, 燃焼
Burning a process in which a substance reacts with oxygen to give heat and light
Synonyms: 燃焼
Ignite subject to fire or great heat
Synonyms: 点火, 点火, 焚き付ける, 燃やす, 燃焼

Meanings for each kanji in 燃焼

burn; blaze; glow Kanji Details »
bake; burning Kanji Details »

Categories 燃焼 is a member of

Turn undergo a transformation or a change of position or action
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Burning the act of burning something
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Combust cause to burn or combust
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Occurrence an event that happens
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Fire the process of combustion of inflammable materials producing heat and light and (often) smoke
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Oxidisation the process of oxidizing
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Sample Sentences for 燃焼

Carbon monoxide is a poisonous substance formed by the incomplete combustion of carbon compounds.
Pollutants like this derive mainly from the combustion of fuel in car engines.
Carbon dioxide is a gas that is produced every time a fuel such as coal, oil, or natural gas is burned.

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