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Фразеологизмы со словами: burn

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burn a hole in one's pocket
money burns a hole in one's pocket
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To make you want to buy something; be likely to be quickly spent.
Money burns a hole in Linda's pocket.
The silver dollar that Don got for his birthday was burning a hole in his pocket, and Don hurried to a dime store.
burn down
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To burn to the ground; be totally gutted by fire.
The old frame house burned down before the firefighters could get to it.
There was a large amount of wax on the table where the candles had burned down.
The fire spread so quickly that the firefighters could not prevent the whole block of buildings from burning down.
burn one's bridges
burn one's boats
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To make a decision that you cannot change; remove or destroy all the ways you can get back out of a place you have got into on purpose; leave yourself no way to escape a position.
Bob was a good wrestler but a poor boxer. He burned his boats by letting Mickey choose how they would fight.
When Dorothy became a nun, she burned her bridges behind her.
burn one's fingers
get one's fingers burned
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To get in trouble doing something and fear to do it again; learn caution through an unpleasant experience.
Попасть однажды в трудную ситуацию, и боятся снова попасть в такое-же положение.
He had burned his fingers in the stock market once, and didn't want to try again.
Some people can't be told; they have to burn their fingers to learn.
My father burned his fingers in the stock market and he does not want to invest money there again.
Мой отец обжег руки на рынке ценных бумаг и не хочет больше вкладывать туда деньги.
He got his fingers so badly burnt in the last elections that he decided to withdraw from politics.
Он так обжегся на предыдущих выборах, что решил уйти из политики.
burn out
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To destroy by fire or by overheating.
Mr. Jones burned out the clutch on his car.
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To destroy someone's house or business by fire so that they have to move out.
Three racists burned out the Black family's home.
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To go out of order; cease to function because of long use or overheating.
The light bulb in the bathroom burned out, and Father put in a new one.
The electric motor was too powerful, and it burned out a fuse.
This light bulb has burned out. Could you get another one?
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To break, tire, or wear out by using up all the power, energy, or strength of.
Bill burned himself out in the first part of the race and could not finish.
The farmer burned out his field by planting the same crop every year for many years.
Studying all day for my final exams has really burned me out.
burn-out
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A point of physical or emotional exhaustion.
There are so many refugees all over the world that charitable organizations as well as individuals are suffering from donor burn-out.
burn rubber
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To start up a car or a motorcycle from dead stop so fast that the tires leave a mark on the road.
The neighborhood drag racers burned a lot of rubber - look at the marks on the road!
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To leave in a hurry.
I guess I am going to have to burn rubber.
burnt child dreads the fire
once bitten, twice shy
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A person who has suffered from doing something has learned to avoid doing it again. A proverb.
Once Mary had got lost when her mother took her downtown. But a burnt child dreads the fire, so now Mary stays close to her mother when they are downtown.