Complete Definition of "incendiary"

English

Pronunciation
(RP): Ä­nsĕn'dĭərē, /ɪnˈsɛndɪəri/, /<tt>In"[email protected]</tt>/
(US): ĭnsĕn´dĭĕ'rē, /ɪnˈsɛndɪˌɛri/, /<tt>In"sEndI%Eri</tt>/

Adjective
en-adj-more

  1. Capable of causing fire.
  2. Inflammatory, emotionally charged.

#:Politics is an incendiary topic; it tends to cause fights to break out.

Translations
Capable of causing fire

Chinese: 放火的
French: incendiaire
Italian: incendiario
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<!--DefB-->Inflammatory, emotionally charged

Chinese:
:Simplified: 煽动的
:Traditional: 煽動的
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Noun
en-noun|incendiaries

  1. Something capable of causing fire, particularly a weapon.

#:The military used incendiaries to destroy the building, fortunately the fire didn't spread.

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