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def·la·grate

 (dĕf′lə-grāt′)
intr. & tr.v. def·la·grat·ed, def·la·grat·ing, def·la·grates
To burn or cause to burn with great heat and intense light.

[Latin dēflagrāre, dēflagrāt- : dē-, intensive pref.; see de- + flagrāre, to blaze; see bhel- in Indo-European roots.]

def′la·gra′tion n.

deflagrate

(ˈdɛfləˌɡreɪt; ˈdiː-)
vb
to burn or cause to burn with great heat and light
[C18: from Latin dēflagrāre, from de- + flagrāre to burn]
ˌdeflaˈgration n

def•la•grate

(ˈdɛf ləˌgreɪt)

v.t., v.i. -grat•ed, -grat•ing.
to burn, esp. suddenly and violently.
[1720–30; < Latin dēflagrātus, past participle of dēflagrāre to burn down =dē- de- + flagrāre to burn]
def`la•gra′tion, n.

deflagrate


Past participle: deflagrated
Gerund: deflagrating

Imperative
deflagrate
deflagrate
Present
I deflagrate
you deflagrate
he/she/it deflagrates
we deflagrate
you deflagrate
they deflagrate
Preterite
I deflagrated
you deflagrated
he/she/it deflagrated
we deflagrated
you deflagrated
they deflagrated
Present Continuous
I am deflagrating
you are deflagrating
he/she/it is deflagrating
we are deflagrating
you are deflagrating
they are deflagrating
Present Perfect
I have deflagrated
you have deflagrated
he/she/it has deflagrated
we have deflagrated
you have deflagrated
they have deflagrated
Past Continuous
I was deflagrating
you were deflagrating
he/she/it was deflagrating
we were deflagrating
you were deflagrating
they were deflagrating
Past Perfect
I had deflagrated
you had deflagrated
he/she/it had deflagrated
we had deflagrated
you had deflagrated
they had deflagrated
Future
I will deflagrate
you will deflagrate
he/she/it will deflagrate
we will deflagrate
you will deflagrate
they will deflagrate
Future Perfect
I will have deflagrated
you will have deflagrated
he/she/it will have deflagrated
we will have deflagrated
you will have deflagrated
they will have deflagrated
Future Continuous
I will be deflagrating
you will be deflagrating
he/she/it will be deflagrating
we will be deflagrating
you will be deflagrating
they will be deflagrating
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been deflagrating
you have been deflagrating
he/she/it has been deflagrating
we have been deflagrating
you have been deflagrating
they have been deflagrating
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been deflagrating
you will have been deflagrating
he/she/it will have been deflagrating
we will have been deflagrating
you will have been deflagrating
they will have been deflagrating
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been deflagrating
you had been deflagrating
he/she/it had been deflagrating
we had been deflagrating
you had been deflagrating
they had been deflagrating
Conditional
I would deflagrate
you would deflagrate
he/she/it would deflagrate
we would deflagrate
you would deflagrate
they would deflagrate
Past Conditional
I would have deflagrated
you would have deflagrated
he/she/it would have deflagrated
we would have deflagrated
you would have deflagrated
they would have deflagrated
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Verb2.deflagrate - burn with great heat and intense light; "the powder deflagrated"
burn, combust - undergo combustion; "Maple wood burns well"
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