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fireworksplural noun

 us   /ˈfɑɪərˌwɜrks/
smallcontainersfilled with ​explosivechemicals that make a ​loudnoise when they ​explode and sometimes ​producebright, ​coloredpatterns Fireworks can also ​mean the ​pattern of ​colorfulexplosions in the ​airplanned as a show: What ​time do the fireworks ​start?
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