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Pronunciation of Flame: Learn how to pronounce Flame in English correctly

Learn how to say Flame correctly in English with this tutorial pronunciation video.

Oxford dictionary definition of the word flame:

1a hot glowing body of ignited gas that is generated by something on fire:
the car was engulfed in flames
[mass noun]:
a sheet of flame blocked my escape
a thing compared to a flame’s ability to burn fiercely or be extinguished:
the flame of hope flickered and died
there’s nothing like a holiday to rekindle the flames of passion
[mass noun] a brilliant orange-red colour like that of flames:
[in combination]:
a flame-red Alfa Romeo
2 Computing, informal a vitriolic or abusive message posted on the Internet or sent by email, typically in quick response to another message:
send out an unsolicited email and you could possibly receive thousands of flames
1 [no object] burn and give off flames:
a great fire flamed in an open fireplace
hope flamed in her
[with object] set (something) alight:
warm the whisky slightly, pour over the lobster, and flame it
shine or glow like a flame:
her thick hair flamed against the light
(of a person’s face) suddenly become red with intense emotion, especially anger or embarrassment:
Jess’s cheeks flamed
2 [with object] Computing, informal direct a vitriolic or abusive message at (someone) on the Internet or via email:
your opinions and mine are probably different, but please don’t flame me

burst into flame (or flames)
suddenly begin to burn fiercely:
the car crashed into a tree and burst into flames
go up in flames
be destroyed by fire:
last night two factories went up in flames
old flame
informal a former lover.
Phrasal Verbs

flame out
(of a jet engine) lose power through the extinction of the flame in the combustion chamber.
informal, chiefly North American fail badly or conspicuously:
he and the rest of the team flamed out in the last three minutes