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to ignite / to combust / to burn / combustion / flaming
  *燃* | 燃* | *燃
to burn / to ignite / to light / fig. to spark off (hopes) / to start (debate) / to raise (hopes)
to ignite / to set on fire / aflame
fuel gas (coal gas, natural gas, methane etc)
fuel cell
internal combustion engine
spontaneous combustion
to cause to explode / to fire / to set off
to ignite / to light / fig. to spark off (hopes, controversy, flames of revolution)
to detonate / to ignite
to light / to set off (firecrackers etc)
ignition point (temperature) / combustion point
lit. the fire burns one's eyebrows (idiom); fig. desperate situation / extreme emergency
flammable articles
coal burning boiler
gas turbine
lit. ashes burn once more (idiom); fig. sb lost returns to have influence / sth malevolent returns to haunt one
internal combustion (engine)
clathrate hydrates
flammable substance
fuel element
nuclear fuel
gas supply
Molotov cocktail
flammable / flammability
fuel cycle
fire bomb / incendiary device
deflagrating spoon / combustion spoon
fuel consumption
incendiary agent
nuclear fuel reprocessing
fossil fuel
to set off fire crackers
gas fired power station
fossil fuels / oil and coal
fuel oil
coal fuel
renewable fuel
Dipamkara Buddha, the former Buddha before Shakyamuni Buddha and the bringer of lights
oil tank (of ship)
spent fuel
to burn one's eyebrows / fig. desperately serious situation
burning with no flame / fire beneath the surface / hidden combustion
phlogiston theory
burning beanstalks to cook the beans (idiom); to cause internecine strife
fuel fabrication
fire resistant
fuel pellets
to burn incense
spent fuel rods
nuclear fuel burnup
alternative fuel
mixed-oxide fuel (MOX)
fuel pins
fuel rods
fuel oil

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