スパーク, 煌めき, 火花, ぴかぴか, きらきら
Noun(1) a momentary flash of light(2) merriment expressed by a brightness or gleam or animation of countenance(3) electrical conduction through a gas in an applied electric field(4) a small but noticeable trace of some quality that might become stronger(5) Scottish writer of satirical novels (born in 1918(6) a small fragment of a burning substance thrown out by burning material or by friction
Verb(1) put in motion or move to act(2) emit or produce sparks
(1) Through a series of chance encounters, Allie and Noah meet once more and find the spark of their previous romance is still very much alive.(2) She saw in his eyes a spark of anger and trepidation, as he said nothing.(3) If you get enough methane in a basement, you can spark an explosion.(4) The lyrics don't seem to communicate anything, and there's no vitality, passion, or spark in the musical performance.(5) The delivery giant's founder recalls how he started it, what made it take off, and why it helped spark a revolution in business(6) He was by no means the type of man anyone would expect to spark the sexual revolution of the 1960s, but he did.(7) Finally a spark of anger flared in her mother's eyes.(8) Did I imagine it or was there a gleam of expectation, a spark of hope in his eyes?(9) The real passion, the spark of life, takes place in the kitchen.(10) Sigman also plans to spark growth through aggressive marketing.(11) there was a spark between them at their first meeting(12) It was a memorable concert, but it lacked the energy and spark that I'd heard on his live albums.(13) Many dogs have chewed through dangerous items like extension cords and the like. This of course can injure the dog severely or even spark a fire.(14) I tried to ignore the spark of interest that entered her eyes.(15) What was the initial spark that got you interested in acting?(16) She squeezed lightly and I turned to face her, saw the compassion and grief and the tiny spark of hope burning in those icy blue eyes.
(1) spark plug :: 点火栓
1. flash ::
2. particle ::
3. twinkle ::
4. flicker ::
5. arc ::
6. cause ::
7. sparkle ::
8. touch off ::
Different Formsspark, sparked, sparking, sparkly, sparks, sparky
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