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fire

noun (FLAMES)
火焰
 
 
/faɪər/ US  /faɪr/
[C or U] (material that is in) the state of burning that produces flames which send out heat and light, and might produce smoke
火;(燃燒著的)燃料,柴火
Animals are usually afraid of fire.
動物通常都怕火。
The fire was started by children playing with matches.
這場火災是由小孩玩火柴引起的。
Forty people helped to put out (= stop) the fire.
40個人幫忙撲滅了大火。
The library was badly damaged in the fire.
圖書館在火災中嚴重受損。
How many historic buildings are damaged by fire each year?
每年有多少座歷史建築毀於大火?
She had to be rescued by her neighbours when her house UK caught/ US caught on fire (= started to burn unintentionally).
她的房子著火時,鄰居合力把她救了出來。
Fire and flameFire service
[C] a small controlled fire that is used for heating or cooking
火堆;爐火
It's very cold in here - should I light a fire?
這裡面真冷,我把爐火點起來好嗎?
We built a fire on the beach.
我們在海灘上生了堆火。
We put up our tents and made a small fire.
我們搭起了帳篷,生了一個小火。
Fire and flameFire service
on fire If something is on fire, it is burning when it should not be
起火,著火
If your home was on fire and you could save only one thing, what would it be?
如果你家著火了,而你只能搶救出一樣東西,你會拿甚麼呢?
Burning, burnt and on fire
[C] UK a gas or electric heater that is used to warm up a room
取暖器
a gas/electric fire
煤氣取暖器/電暖器
If you're cold just put the fire on.
你冷的話就把取暖器打開。
Heaters and burners
(Definition of fire noun (FLAMES) from the Diccionario Cambridge Inglés-Chino (tradicionál) © Cambridge University Press)
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