Ignite

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Ignite

• (v. i.) To take fire; to begin to burn. • (v. t.) To kindle or set on fire; as, to ignite paper or wood. • (v. t.) To subject to the action of intense heat; to heat strongly; -- often said of incombustible or infusible substances; as, to ignite iron or platinum.
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ignite

light verb cause to start burning; subject to fire or great heat; `Great heat can ignite almost any dry matter`; `Light a cigarette`
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Ignite

[event] Ignite is the name for a particular type of event that is held throughout the world—organized by volunteers—at which participants speak about their ideas and personal or professional passions according to a specific format. The event holds the motto, `Enlighten us, but make it quick!” Anyone can throw an Ignite event. The pres...
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Ignite

[game engine] The Ignite game engine (styled as IGNITE) is a collection of video game technologies built by Electronic Arts and designed to make video game sports `alive`. The technology was announced at Microsoft`s Xbox One reveal event in May 2013 alongside four upcoming EA Sports franchise games for Xbox One and PlayStation 4 using the t...
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Ignite

[microprocessor] IGNITE (formerly ShBoom and PSC 1000) is a stack-based RISC microprocessor architecture. The architecture was originally developed by Nanotronics, which was later acquired by Patriot Scientific Corporation. The IGNITE microprocessor is one of the very few commercially produced microprocessors that use a stack-based computat...
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Ignite

[youth program] Ignite is a program for gifted and talented young people in South Australia, created in 1997 and formerly known as SHIP (Students with High Intellectual Potential). It is administered by the South Australian Department of Education and Children`s Services. ==How the program works== At the beginning of the school year in Sout...
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Ignite

Ig·nite' intransitive verb To take fire; to begin to burn.
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Ignite

Ig·nite' transitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Ignited ; present participle & verbal noun Igniting .] [ Latin ignitus , past participle of ignire to ignite, from ignis fire. See Igneous .] 1....
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ignite

cause to start burning
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ignite

ignite 1. To cause to burn. 2. To set fire to. 3. To subject to great heat, especially to make luminous by heat. 4. To arouse or kindle the passions of ; excite.
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ignite

start to burn or burst into flames
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ignite

To heat a gaseous mixture to the temperature at which combustion takes place. Related category • FUELS
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Ignite

To heat a gaseous mixture to the temperature at which combustion takes place.
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Ignite

To heat a gaseous mixture to the temperature at which combustion takes place.
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ignite

[v] - start to burn or burst into flames 2. [v] - cause to start burning
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