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bon·fire

 (bŏn′fīr′)
n.
A large fire built outdoors, as for signaling or in celebration of an event.

[Middle English bonnefire : bon, bone; see bone + fir, fire; see fire.]

bonfire

(ˈbɒnˌfaɪə)
n
a large outdoor fire
[C15: alteration (through influence of French bon good) of bone-fire; from the use of bones as fuel]

bon•fire

(ˈbɒnˌfaɪər)

n.
a large fire built in the open air, for warmth, entertainment, or as a signal.
[1375–1425; late Middle English bone fire fire with bones for fuel]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.bonfire - a large outdoor fire that is lighted as a signal or in celebrationbonfire - a large outdoor fire that is lighted as a signal or in celebration
fire - the event of something burning (often destructive); "they lost everything in the fire"
Translations
نارٌ في الهَواءِ الطَّلْقِنار مَوْقُودة في الهَوَاءِ الطَّلْق
oheňtáborák
bål
kokkorovio
lomača
örömtűz
bál, brenna
大かがり火
모닥불
laužas
ugunskurs
kres
brasa
กองไฟจุดกลางแจ้ง
şenlik ateşiaçık hava ateşihavayi fişek
lửa đốt rác

bonfire

[ˈbɒnfaɪəʳ] N (for celebration) → hoguera f; (for rubbish) → fogata f

bonfire

[ˈbɒnfaɪər] n
(= celebration) → feu m (de joie)
(for rubbish)feu m (de jardin)Bonfire Night n (British)5 novembre m (commémoration de la tentative manquée de Guy Fawkes de faire sauter le Parlement, en 1605)

bonfire

n (for burning rubbish) → Feuer nt; (as beacon) → Leucht- or Signalfeuer nt; (Guy Fawkes) → Guy-Fawkes-Feuer nt; (for celebration) → Freudenfeuer nt

bonfire

[ˈbɒnˌfaɪəʳ] nfalò m inv

bonfire

(ˈbonfaiə) noun
a large fire in the open air, often built to celebrate something.

bonfire

نار مَوْقُودة في الهَوَاءِ الطَّلْق oheň bål (Lager-)Feuer φωτιά hoguera kokko feu de joie lomača falò 大かがり火 모닥불 vuur in de openlucht bål ognisko fogueira костер brasa กองไฟจุดกลางแจ้ง şenlik ateşi lửa đốt rác 篝火