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Set Fire (to something)
Make something start burning
Start to burn.
Fire Breaks Out
The fire starts.
The fire moves and covers a larger area.
Burst Into Flames
Suddenly begin burning strongly.
Go Up In Flames
To destroy by fire.
Fire/Flames die Down
The fire/flames become weak.
Put Out The Fire
Stop the fire burning.
Fires that occur in forests during hot summer months.
Light A Fire
Start a fire for a purpose (e.g. in a fire[lace or garden).
Fire Goes Out
The fire stopped burning.
Lights Go Out
To stop giving light.
Put Cigarette Out
To make something that is burning (e.g. fire or cigarette) stop burning.
Fight Breaks Out
To suddenly start.
Burst Into Tears
To suddenly start crying.
To affect more and more people.
Noise Dies Down
To gradually become less strong.
Very heavy rain.
Very strong winds.
A lot of difficulty.
A lot of damage.
A very noticeable accent.
An action or occasion that creates a feeling of pride.
A big effort.
A person who you recognize and know.
A short statement giving the main points of something.
A very typical example of something.
A lot of disapproval from others.
A state a complete confusion.
A situation in which you were lucky because you just managed to avoid danger or trouble.
A Real Eyesore
A building or object that is very unpleasant to look at.
Take Offence (at something)
Show you are angry or upset about something, or feeling insulted by it.
Make It Clear (that)
Say something to make somebody understand a situation.
Do No Such Thing
Refuse to do the thing you have been asked to do.
Reach (an) Agreement
Successfully arrive at an agreement.
Face The Prospect (of/that...)
Recognize the possibility that something may happen
Settle A Dispute
end an argument between people.
Hold Somebody Responsible (for something)
Think that somebody should be blamed for something.
Take The Blame (for something)
Accept responsibility for something.
Reach The Point (where/when)
Arrive at a time or stage at which something happens.
Stop asking for something, or stop saying you will do something.