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Oxford dictionary definition of the word spark:
1a small fiery particle thrown off from a fire, alight in ashes, or produced by striking together two hard surfaces such as stone or metal:
a log fire was sending sparks on to the rug
angry sparks were flashing in her eyes
a small flash of light produced by a sudden disruptive electrical discharge through the air:
there was a spark of light
an electrical discharge that ignites the explosive mixture in an internal-combustion engine.
2a small amount of a quality or intense feeling:
a tiny spark of anger flared within her
a sense of liveliness and excitement:
there was a spark between them at their first meeting
3 (also Sparks) informal used as a nickname for a radio operator or an electrician, especially in the armed forces:
she is the sexiest Spark that ever went to sea
1 [no object] emit sparks of fire or electricity:
the ignition sparks as soon as the gas is turned on
produce sparks at the point where an electric circuit is interrupted.
2 [with object] ignite:
the explosion sparked a fire
provide the stimulus for (an event or process):
the trial sparked a furious row
the severity of the plan sparked off street protests