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fire escapenoun [C]

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a set of ​metalstairs, ​especially on the ​outside of a ​building, that ​allowspeople to ​escape from a ​burningbuilding

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fire escapenoun [C]

 /ˈfɑɪər ɪˌskeɪp/
a set of ​metalstairs on the ​outside of a ​building that ​allowspeople to ​leave a ​burningbuilding
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fire escapenoun [C]

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WORKPLACE a set of metal stairs, especially on the outside of a ​building, that ​allowspeople to ​escape if there is a ​fire: After the ​fire, the building's ​ownerinstalled a ​fireescape, with a ​ladder to the roof and another to the street.
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