burnverb

  • ja焼く、燃やす
  • ento destroy, damage, injure, or kill by fire or heat

Examples

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Wait, you burned the bag?
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The bag?
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I thought you returned the bag.
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You're burning his clothes?
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Very dramatic.
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He's lucky he's not in the fire.
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He takes out a can of lighter fluid.
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I know why he burned the books.
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Why?
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Because he wrote them.
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You can torture us, and bomb us, and burn our districts to the ground.
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But do you see that?
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Fire is catching.
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And if we burn, you burn with us.
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- Okay, the 2 fishes over here, yeah? - Yes.
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Watch this, I'm gonna burn it.
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- Okay. Ooh, wow. - Oh!
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And then you burn it.
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As soon as I turned it on, I definitely feel the heat right away on my face.
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I'm trying not to look at it too closely
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'cause I don't wanna burn my eyes out.