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* In the figurative sense 火药味 is still a noun, but it's hard to find nouns in intelligible English to convey the same meaning.
① smell of gunpowder
② powder keg (fig.)
③ views/articles with fierce militant content
1 smell of gunpowder
2 FIGURATIVE belligerent atmosphere; pugnacious; confrontational
Mr Medvedev’s article and Mr Putin’s comments on 2012 may reflect a tension between the two men and their teams that has brought Russia into a state of inactivity caused by competing forces.
His sermons were full of fire and brimstone.
Clinton had planned to discuss his climate change initiative during his appearance on" Fox News Sunday," but he turned combative after host Chris Wallace asked why he hadn't" put bin Laden and al-Qaeda out of business.
达尔富尔境内和境 外武装运动之间的结盟情况有所变化，仍未参加和平进程的运动发表 了 火药味更 为浓厚的言论(见下文第 18 和 19 段)。
The state of alliances between armed movements within and outside Darfur has shifted, and the movements that remain outside the peace process have adopted more combative rhetoric (see paras. 18 and 19 below).
The unusual confrontational tone in her reply made Ted flinch, as though he had trespassed.
# 火藥味 火药味 [huo3 yao4 wei4] /lit. smell of gunpowder/fig. belligerent/confrontational/combative/
+ 火藥味 火药味 [huo3 yao4 wei4] /smell of gunpowder/(fig.) combative tone/belligerence/