bush firenoun [ C ]uk /ˈbʊʃ ˌfaɪər/ us /ˈbʊʃ ˌfaɪr/
Examples from literature
- That's why wattle always springs up in profusion after there's been a bush fire.
- The saplings had been killed by a bush fire, and a hurricane, which must have swept over the country some years ago, had broken and uprooted the larger trees, which lay all to the west and north-west.
- The sky was covered by a thin haze, occasioned by extensive bush fires.
- There's been a bush fire here at some period during the last twenty years.
- There's not enough timber here to have a real bush fire.