Word: fire

Category: fire

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Related words: fire

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Synonyms: fire

companion, friend, colleague, associate, partner, coworker, workmate, pal, crony, mate, chum, buddy, dawg, peeps, familiar, fellow, brother

Translations: fire

spanish
cocer, lumbre, incendiarse, fuego, incendio, ...


german
erregen, hervorrufen, hinauswerfen, entlassen, leidenschaften, ...

french
libérer, flamme, incendiaire, rôtir, chasser, ...

italian
fuoco, tiro, sparare, fiamma, incendio

portuguese
atirar, labareda, fogo, zelo, abeto, ...

dutch
paffen, vuur, ontzetten, ambitie, ijver, ...

russian
вспылить, сушить, выпалить, стрелять, пожар, ...

norwegian
ild, flamme, brann, fyr, bål

swedish
låga, brand, eld, flamma, brasa, ...

finnish
palo, irtisanoa, roihu, hehku, sytyttää, ...

danish
flamme, skyde, afskedige, fyre, ild, ...

czech
plamen, ohniště, oheň, odpálit, spálit, ...

polish
rozgorączkować, ognistość, palba, roznamiętniać, palić, ...

turkish
atmak, ateş, alev, yangın

greek
φωτιά, πυρκαγιά, πυροβολώ, απολύω

ukrainian
вогник, обпалювати, багаття, вогонь, стріляти

albanian
zjarri, zjarr

bulgarian
огън, стрелям

belarusian
агонь, цягнуць, полымя

estonian
põletama, tulekahju, tulistama

croatian
pucanje, vatrogasci, požar, plamen

icelandic
bál, brenna, eldur, bruni

latin
ignis

lithuanian
liepsna, ugnis, šauti, šaudyti, gaisras

latvian
uguns, liesma, ugunsgrēks, ugunskurs, šaut, ...

macedonian
оган

romanian
foc, concedia

slovenian
požár, ogenj, požární

slovak
topení

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The meaning and "use of": fire

noun
  • combustion or burning, in which substances combine chemically with oxygen from the air and typically give out bright light, heat, and smoke.
  • the shooting of projectiles from weapons, especially bullets from guns.

verb
  • discharge a gun or other weapon in order to explosively propel (a bullet or projectile).
  • dismiss (an employee) from a job.
  • supply (a furnace, engine, boiler, or power station) with fuel.
  • stimulate or excite (the imagination or an emotion).
  • bake or dry (pottery, bricks, etc.) in a kiln.
  • start (an engine or other device).

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