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wildfire

noun /ˈwaɪld·faɪər/
a fire that is burning strongly and out of control in the countryside
野火
Major wildfires have destroyed thousands of acres in Idaho.1284
spread like wildfire If disease or news spreads like wildfire, it quickly affects or becomes known by more and more people
(うわさ、病気などが)またたく間に広がる
Once one child in the school has the infection, it spreads like wildfire.
Translations of “wildfire”
in Korean 도깨비불…
in Arabic نار في فَلاة…
in Portuguese incêndio florestal, fogaréu…
in Catalan incendi…
in Italian incendio…
in Chinese (Traditional) 野火…
in Chinese (Simplified) 野火…
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