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From the English dictionary:

blazer etymology From blaze + er. pronunciation
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noun: {{en-noun}}
  1. A semi-formal, casual jacket.
  2. A person or thing that blazes (marks or cuts a route).
  3. Anything that blazes or glows, as with heat or flame.
  4. The dish used when cooking directly over the flame of a chafing-dish lamp, or the coals of a brazier.
  5. (slang, US) One who smokes cannabis; a stoner.
  6. (archaic) One who spreads news, or blazes matters abroad.
    • Spenser Blazers of crime.
  7. (slang, UK) An older member of a sporting club, often with old-fashioned or conservative views.

From the Polish dictionary:

telefon na kartę pronunciation
  • /tɛˈlɛ.fɔn na kar.tɛ/
noun: {{pl-noun}}
  1. (idiom, informal) pay-as-you-go mobile phone
  2. (now rare) cardphone

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