Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Burn"

The meaning of "Burn" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does [she burns me up] mean?
A: She makes me so angry
Q: What does Sick burn mean?
A: This is a very modern and informal way to comment on how someone made fun of someone else in a funny, creative, or appropriate way.

Sick means something like “good or awesome” while burn refers to the things they said.

Q: What does burn mean?
A: in this context i think it’s used as slang. in slang terms a “burn” is a diss (a comment making fun of someone or disrespecting them) :)
Q: What does solid burn mean?
A: "Solid burn" has definitely changed meanings recently. Nowadays, the phrase is usually used after somebody has insulted another person. Then a third person who had been watching might say "ooh, solid burn" or "nice burn" if they think the insult was very hurtful. It sounds a little bit lame, and isn't used so seriously. However, it congratulates the person who made the insult.

Previously, the term may suggest that you had been burnt by something solid. As in a hot frying pan would burn your skin. However, the term "solid burn" has become very uncommon in this context.
Q: What does she burned me mean?
A: she made me very angry
( to burn up some one: is to make them really or very angry)

Example sentences using "Burn"

Q: Please show me example sentences with I just burned.
A: I just burned a CD. (CDをやいたばかりだ。)
I just burned all my bridges. (背水の陣を布いてしまった)
I just burned my hand. (手をやけどしたばかりだ)
Q: Please show me example sentences with burn.
A: stove is the top of the oven
Q: Please show me example sentences with burn out.
A: dont let the fire burn out.
Q: Please show me example sentences with burn through it.
A: "She loved that book so much that she just burned through it" = She loved the book, so she read it very quickly

"I burned through the homework last night because it was so easy" = The homework was very easy, so I did it very quickly with no problems

"The air is dry, so I burn through lip balms like crazy" = The air is dry, so I use a lot of lip balm

"The housefire burned right through the floor" = The housefire literally burned through the floor
Q: Please show me example sentences with "burn up".
A: Burn up isn't really an expression used daily but here is an expression that is used often with burned up:

"I think you might be sick, you're burning up."

Synonyms of "Burn" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between burn out and break down ?
A: En relación a una persona
Burn out = cansansio extremo
Break down = una crisis nerviosa
En relación a un objecto
Burn out = quemar
Break down = romper
Q: What is the difference between burn down and burn up and burn out ?
A: Burn down: The house burned down. It is used when something tall is burnt down to the ground.

Burn up: The paper burned up. Is used when describing something smaller or an item where the fire can spread upwards, like a tapestry.

Burn out: The fire burned out. It means that the fire has extinguished.
I feel burned out = I feel tired/out of energy
Q: What is the difference between burn up and burn down ?
A: Burn up is used when you're sick, like having a fever. "You're burning up! Take some medicine"

Burn down has to do with fire. "Burn down this building."
Q: What is the difference between burn up and burn down ?
A: Burn and down aren't generally used in a phrase together but burning up is. For example:
1. She was so hot she felt like she was burning up.
2. He burnt up the rubbish in a bin.
3. They burned up the branches on the bonfire.
Hope this helps
Q: What is the difference between "burn up" and "burn down" ?
A: Both mean to destroy with fire. "Burn up" is usually used when talking about fuel that is burned: "The office fire burned up all the paper records from 2002." "Burn down" usually refers to structures such as buildings: "Todd accidentally lit the oil can on fire and burned down his whole shed!"

Translations of "Burn"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? burn it up
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Q: How do you say this in English (US)? burn, burned, burnt
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Q: How do you say this in English (US)? burn
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Q: How do you say this in English (US)? burn down
A: Just like that: Burn down ;)

Other questions about "Burn"

Q: I’m burned out.
I burned out. does this sound natural?
A: Yes to the first one.👍
Q: Please show me how to pronounce burn it stage .
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Q: Sorry to hear about your burn. Is your hands still sore?Take care!! does this sound natural?
A: Change the "is" to "are". Are your hands still sore?
Q: that's a putdown= that's a burn?
A: Yes! ✅ The latter is more vulgar/casual
Q: I'm burn out. does this sound natural?
A: It's better to say "I'm burnt out". You were very close!

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