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burn

1. noun, slang An insult. A: "Nice ears, Dumbo." B: "Ooh, sick burn, dude. Like I don't know my ears stick out!"
2. verb, slang To insult someone. Did you hear what she said? You just got burned, bro.

burned

1. mod. cheated; betrayed. Man, did I get burned in that place!
2. mod. disappointed; humiliated; put down. Ha! You’re burned!
3. and burned up mod. very angry. I’ve never been so burned up at anyone. I am really burned! Totally burned!
See also: burn
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Because all vegetation burned in many areas of the forests last summer, "mammals and birds will be looking for anything to eat," Shearer says.
Since creating dioxins requires chlorine, she argues, "we should move away from chlorine-containing materials"--such as the polyvinyl chloride plastic that Lemieux identified as the likely primary source of the dioxin in the trash he burned.
For instance, though some oil washed over the boom as each fire was due to get under-way, even that burned without leaving behind the characteristic l-mm-thick sheen of oil.
Afterward, not only did an increased amount of water flow into the creek, the burned slopes themselves literally poured down every drainage.
The largest of these, called the A-rock blaze, burned 18,100 acres before fire crews brought it under control on Aug.
It gradually burned through bitterbrush and light woody debris, mimicking the natural understory fires of old and thus protecting a stand of mature ponderosas.
As a result of the recent findings, researchers have boosted their estimates of the amount of biomass burned by fires each year.
A helicopter set us on a razorback ridge to dig a fire line across a slope where the fire had burned down from the mesa top.
Kean of New Jersey pledged 1,000 seedlings to Yellowstone to help reforest its burned lands.