verb (used with object), ignited, igniting.
to set on fire; kindle.
Chemistry. to heat intensely; roast.
verb (used without object), ignited, igniting.
to take fire; begin to burn.
to catch fire or set fire to; burn or cause to burn
(transitive) (chem) to heat strongly
(transitive) to stimulate or provoke: the case has ignited a nationwide debate
noun 1. the act or fact of igniting; state of being ignited. 2. a means or device for igniting. 3. (in an internal-combustion engine) the process that ignites the fuel in the cylinder. noun 1. the act or process of initiating combustion 2. the process of igniting the fuel in an internal-combustion engine 3. the […]
noun 1. a period of the French Revolution, from about March, 1793, to July, 1794, during which many persons were ruthlessly executed by the ruling faction. 2. (lowercase) any period or situation of ruthless administration or oppression. Reign of Terror noun 1. the period of Jacobin rule during the French Revolution, during which thousands of […]
noun 1. Theodor [thee-uh-dawr,, -dohr;; German tey-aw-dawr] /ˈθi əˌdɔr,, -ˌdoʊr;; German ˈteɪ ɔˌdɔr/ (Show IPA), 1888–1969, U.S. psychologist and author, born in Austria.
noun 1. a form of therapy in which the practitioner is believed to channel energy into the patient in order to encourage healing or restore wellbeing noun a type of ancient healing involving gentle massage therapy and deep relaxation; also written Reiki , also called Reiki system , [Reiki therapy], Usui method , Usui system […]