burning englannista suomeksi
(present participle of)
So hot as to seem to burn (something).
(quote-book)| chapter=5|title=The Lonely Pyramid| passage=The desert storm was riding in its strength; the travellers lay beneath the mastery of the fell simoom. Whirling wreaths and columns of burning wind, rushed around and over them.
Feeling very hot.
Feeling great passion.
Consuming; intense; inflaming; exciting; vehement; powerful.
(RQ:Dryden Spanish Frya)
- like a young hound upon a burning scent
Being keenly discussed.
''a burning question; a burning issue''
The act by which something burns or is burned.
1850, ''The Edinburgh Review, Or Critical Journal'' (volume 91, page 93)
- The propriety of the dissolution, too, was speedily seen in the improved state of the public peace: for twelve years we hear little of Orange riots, and nothing of such burnings and wreckings as those of Maghera, Maghery, and Annahagh.
purposefully remove certain number of coins in circulation, by sending it to a public address where the private keys cannot be obtained (called burn address, eater address or black hole), usually should be available on the blockchain for anyone to review such a transaction. It’s a one-way address with no ability to reverse the transaction or withdraw the coins. For all practical purposes, the asset no longer exists (it has been “burned”). The act of burning effectively removes tokens from the available supply.