Meaning of “firetrap” in the English Dictionary

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firetrapnoun [ C ]

us /ˈfɑɪərˌtræp/

a building that would burn easily if a fire started and would be difficult to escape from

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"firetrap" in Business English

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firetrapnoun [ C ]

uk /ˈfaɪətræp/ us

a building or part of a building that would burn easily if a fire started, or that would be difficult to escape from during a fire:

Routine inspections would have revealed that the premises were a potential firetrap.

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