Translation of inflammable in Spanish:

inflammable

inflamable, adj.

Pronunciation /ɪnˈflaməb(ə)l//ɪnˈflæməb(ə)l/

adjective

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    (material/substance) inflamable
    (situation) explosivo
    • I saw a lot of highly inflammable materials stacked together while 30 to 40 gas bottles were moved from the scene.
    • Residents began clapping and chanting in support of the resistance and threw straw and other inflammable materials on the fire.
    • A room in which inflammable gas and oxygen are regularly present, such as, perhaps, a chemical laboratory, is one in which every effort will be made to prevent the occurrence of electric sparks.
    • Pure phosphorus is a non-metallic solid which exists in three forms, one of them highly poisonous and spontaneously inflammable.
    • Bundles of goods containing inflammable material can be seen lying on foot paths blocking already narrow lanes.
    • There was other inflammable material at hand in the 1760s.
    • If you are surrounded by easily available inflammable material, you don't have to worry about fuel economy.
    • Highly inflammable methane gas, pumped out harmlessly when mines were open, is building up in abandoned shafts and posing a potential threat to people living on the surface.
    • These have a greater capacity for overloading circuits which increases the risk of fire. You should also make sure the fuse box does not have inflammable material stored against or near it.
    • A water extinguisher can put out things like burning wood, paper or cardboard, but it does not work well on electrical fires or fires involving inflammable liquids.
    • Clearing the top floor of all inflammable materials, lumber etc., will lessen the danger of fire, and prevent a fire spreading.
    • Some of the worst domestic fire outbreaks have been a result of keeping inflammable liquids in homes.
    • A thorough inspection of the complex 40-hectare site, which contains numerous highly inflammable gas and liquid gas storage and production facilities, would require weeks.
    • The inquest was told that the fire was deliberately started when inflammable liquid was poured through the couple's letterbox and ignited using a wick made out of cotton-like material.
    • The workers were trapped on upper floors after raw and inflammable materials stored on the ground floor caught fire.
    • A rocket is a cylindrical metal object containing inflammable material, which, when ignited, propels the rocket to a significant height or distance.
    • A spokesman said such staircases were meant to be ‘sterile’ areas without inflammable materials.
    • He gave instructions accordingly, but directed that all safety precautions should be taken to prevent inflammable material falling off the wharf into the oil.
    • It burst into flames after its highly inflammable gas ignited.
    • Bundles of goods containing inflammable materials and electricity wires dangerously hanging overhead cause recurrent fire.