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firenoun

uk /faɪər/ us /faɪr/

fire noun (FLAMES)

A2 [ C or U ] (material that is in) the state of burning that produces flames that send out heat and light, and might produce smoke

火;(燃烧着的)燃料,柴火
Animals are usually afraid of fire. 动物通常都怕火。
The fire was started by children playing with matches. 这场火灾是由小孩们玩火柴引起的。
40 people helped to put out (= stop) the fire. 40个人帮忙扑灭了大火。
The library was badly damaged in the fire. 图书馆在火灾中严重受损。
How many historic buildings are damaged by fire each year? 每年有多少座历史建筑毁于大火?
She had to be rescued when her house caught (US caught on) fire (= started to burn). 她房子着火时,邻居们把她救了出来。

B1 [ C ] a small controlled fire that is used for heating or cooking

火堆;炉火
It's very cold in here - should I light a fire? 这里面真冷,我把炉火点起来好吗?
We built a fire on the beach. 我们在海滩上生了堆火。
We put up our tents and made a small fire. 我们搭起了帐篷,点起了一小堆火。
on fire

B1 If something is on fire, it is burning when it should not be.

起火,着火
If your home was on fire and you could save only one thing, what would it be? 如果你家着了火,而你只能抢救出一样东西,你会拿什么呢?

[ C ] UK a gas or electric heater that is used to warm up a room

取暖器
a gas/electric fire 煤气取暖器/电暖器
If you're cold just put the fire on. 你冷的话就把取暖器打开。

Más ejemplos

  • Both buildings were badly affected by the fire.
  • My cat likes dozing in front of the fire.
  • The fire was thought to have been caused by a gas explosion.
  • The dry weather has increased the risk of brush fires.
  • The flames grew larger as the fire spread.

fire noun (SHOOT)

C2 [ U ] the shooting of guns or other weapons

射击;炮火,火力
The police opened fire on (= started shooting at) the protesters. 警察向抗议者开了火。
The command was given to cease fire (= stop shooting). 下达了停止射击的命令。
The city came under fire from anti-government forces last night. 这座城市昨晚遭到了反政府武装炮火的攻击。

fire noun (EMOTION)

[ U ] strong emotion

极度兴奋;极为激动;狂热
The fire in her speech inspired everyone. 她演讲中饱含的激情鼓舞了每一个人。
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fireverb

uk /faɪər/ us /faɪr/

fire verb (SHOOT)

B2 [ I or T ] to cause a weapon to shoot bullets, arrows, or missiles

开火,开(枪);放(箭);发射(导弹)
He fired his gun into the air. 他朝天鸣枪。
Someone started firing at us. 有人开始向我们射击。
Without warning he started firing into the crowd. 在没有任何警示的情况下他开始朝人群开枪。
I just prayed that he would stop firing. 我只有在心里企盼着他会停止射击。
The ambassador denied that any missiles had been fired across the border. 大使否认向境外发射了任何导弹。

[ T or I ] to direct a series of questions or criticisms at someone

连珠炮似地提出(问题);猛烈地发出(抨击)
The journalists were firing questions at me for two whole hours. 整整两个小时,记者们连珠炮似地向我发问。
"I'd like to ask you some questions about your childhood." "Fire away!" (= You can start asking them now.) “可以的话,我想问你几个关于你童年的问题。” “你问吧!”

Más ejemplos

  • The soldiers were ordered to fire only as a last resort.
  • The initial cloud of tear gas had hardly cleared before shots were fired.
  • He fired six shots at the target, but his aim was terrible, and he missed all of them.
  • The rebels were firing anti-tank rockets.
  • The soldiers have been ordered to desist from firing their guns.

fire verb (REMOVE FROM A JOB)

B2 [ T ] to remove someone from their job, either because they have done something wrong or badly, or as a way of saving the cost of employing them

解雇,开除
She was fired after she was caught stealing from her employer. 她因偷雇主的东西时当场被抓而遭解雇。
He was fired from his $165,000 job for poor performance. 他因为表现不佳丢掉了他薪资165 000美元的工作。
She has just been fired as editor of the newspaper. 她刚刚被炒,丢掉了这家报纸主编的职位。
The company is reducing its workforce by firing 500 employees. 该公司将裁员500人以减少雇员人数。

Más ejemplos

  • He started feeling paranoid and was convinced his boss was going to fire him.
  • They have the power to hire and fire managers.
  • They fired him when they found out he had a criminal record.
  • He's lucky that he wasn't fired.
  • After years of loyal service, his boss gave him the shaft by firing him just before he would have qualified for a pension.

fire verb (EXCITE)

C2 [ T ] to cause a strong emotion in someone

使充满激情,激发
I had a brilliant English teacher who fired me with enthusiasm for literature at an early age. 我有过一位出色的英语老师,在我很小的时候就激起了我对文学的热情。
Talk of treasure and lost cities had fired their imaginations. 这些关于宝藏和失落的城市的传闻让他们浮想联翩。

fire verb (HEAT)

[ T ] to heat objects made of clay in a kiln (= a special oven) so that they become hard

(在窑内)烧制(陶器等)

(Traducción de "fire" del Diccionario Cambridge inglés-chino (simplificado) © Cambridge University Press)