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Translation of "fire" - English-Turkish dictionary

fire

noun     /faɪər/
FLAME [U]
A2 heat, light, and flames that are produced when something burns ateş, ısı Fire and flameFire service
catch fire
B1 to start burning tutuşmak, yanmaya başlamak, alev almak The car crashed and caught fire.Starting fires
on fire
B1 burning yanmakta, alev almış, alevler içinde That house is on fire.Burning, burnt and on fire
set fire to sth; set sth on fire
to make something start burning, usually to cause damage ateşe vermek, tutuşturmak, yakmak Enemy troops set fire to the village.Starting fires
EVENT [C]
when something burns in a way that causes damage and cannot be controlled yangın Three people were killed in the fire. It took the firefighters two hours to put the fire out (= stop it burning).Fire and flameFire service
NATURAL HEAT [C]
B1 a pile of wood, coal, etc that is burning to produce heat ateş We sat by the fire. They put up the tents and lit a fire.Fire and flameFire serviceHeaters and burners
an electric/gas fire UK
a piece of equipment that uses electricity/gas to heat a room elektrikli/gazlı ısıtıcı Fire and flameFire serviceHeaters and burners
SHOOTING [U]
the shooting of guns and other weapons atış, ateş etme, ateş The soldiers opened fire (= started shooting).Guns
(Definition of fire noun from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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