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open firenoun [C]

uk   us  
a fire that burns in an open space in a wall of a building, with a chimney to take the smoke away: We roasted chestnuts on the open fire. UK an open fireplace : Both rooms have an open fire.
Translations of “open fire”
in Chinese (Traditional) 壁爐, 壁爐裡的爐火…
in Chinese (Simplified) 壁炉, 壁炉里的炉火…
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