\spˈɑːk], \spˈɑːk], \s_p_ˈɑː_k]\
Definitions of SPARK
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n. [Anglo-Saxon, German] A small particle of fire or ignited substance emitted from bodies in combustion ;-a small, shining body or transient light ; - a small part of any thing vivid or active ; - any small portion ; -that which, like a spark, may be kindled into a flame or action : a feeble germ ; an elementary principle;-a brisk, showy, gay man ; - a lover ; a gallant ; a beau.
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