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Traducción de "fire" - Diccionario Inglés-Italiano

fire

noun
 
/faɪər/
A2 heat, light, and flames that are made when something burns
fuoco, incendio
Three people were killed in the fire.
B1 a pile of wood or coal that is burning to produce heat
fuoco
He sat close to the fire to keep warm.
catch fire B1 to start burning
prender fuoco, incendiarsi
Dry grass can catch fire easily.
be on fire B1 to be burning
essere in fiamme
That house is on fire.
set fire to something to make something start burning
appiccare il fuoco a qualcosa
Enemy troops set fire to the village.
open fire (on someone) to start shooting with guns, usually at a group of people
aprire il fuoco (su qualcuno)
Suddenly, the soldiers opened fire on the enemy.
play with fire to act in a way that is very dangerous or risky
scherzare col fuoco
(Definition of fire noun from the Diccionario Cambridge Inglés-Italiano © Cambridge University Press)
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