One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
‘Flair’ or ‘flare’?
She had a flair for languages.
Whereas flare means 'burn suddenly' or 'become wider', as in:
The flare of the match lit up his face.
There was a slight flare at the ends of his trouser legs.
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