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fire in Bengali বাংলা

fire in Dogri डोगरी

fire in Gujarati ગુજરાતી

fire in Kannada ಕನ್ನಡ

fire in Konkani कोंकणी

fire in Maithili মৈথিলী

fire in Malayalam മലയാളം

fire in Nepali नेपाली

fire in Punjabi ਪੰਜਾਬੀ

fire in Santali

fire in Sindhi سنڌي

fire in Tamil தமிழ்

fire in Urdu اُردُو

fire in English

  • fire expr. between two fires, attacked from both sides.
    Ex. He was about to find himself placed between two fires--viz. the Mahdi and the reinforced garrison of Metammeh (London Times).

  • fire expr. catch fire,
    a. to begin to burn.
    Ex. Air and water ... never catch fire (Henry Hunter).
    b. to arouse enthusiasm; gain widespread or enthusiastic support.
    Ex. The ideas of the revolutionaries caught fire in the colonies.

  • fire expr. fire away,
    a. to proceed to fire guns as ordered.
    Ex. ""Fire away!"" shouted the captain from the bridge.
    b. to use up (ammunition) by shooting.
    Ex. There is a tendency in the soldiers ... to fire away their ammunition in

  • fire expr. fire off,
    a. to discharge (guns).
    Ex. to fire off the port battery.
    b. to launch (a rocket or space vehicle).
    Ex. Sputnik I, the first artificial satellite, was fired off on October 4, 1957.
    c. to send in haste and

  • fire expr. fire up,
    a. to start a fire in a furnace, boiler, etc..
    Ex. In the depth of winter ... it is quite enough to fire up twice in the twenty-four hours (Sabine Baring-Gould).
    b. to become angry; lose one's temper.
    Ex. If I wer

  • fire expr. go through fire and water, to endure many troubles or dangers.
    Ex. The loyal soldiers were ready to go through fire and water for their king.

  • fire expr. hang fire,
    a. to be slow in going off.
    Ex. The bomb hung fire long enough for those nearby to escape.
    b. to be slow in acting; be delayed.
    Ex. He ... was sure the jury would not hang fire in giving him a verdict (Sporting

  • fire expr. lay a fire, to arrange the fuel for a fire ready to be lit.
    Ex. He laid a fire in the fireplace, ready to light in the morning.

  • fire expr. miss fire,
    a. to fail to fire or go off; misfire.
    Ex. May my pistols miss fire (John Gay).
    b. to go wrong; fail to do what was attempted.
    Ex. All his schemes seem to miss fire. He got up half way about three times, and mis

  • fire expr. on fire,
    a. burning.
    Ex. To the North I saw the town on fire (Shelley).
    b. full of a feeling or spirit like fire; excited; enthusiastic; eager.
    Ex. They were all on fire to fall on [the enemy] (Daniel Defoe).

  • fire expr. open fire, to begin shooting or throwing.
    Ex. The boys with the water pistols opened fire as soon as the girls rounded the corner.

  • fire expr. play with fire, to meddle with something dangerous.
    Ex. There is no sort of use in playing with fire, even for fun (Rudyard Kipling).

  • fire expr. set fire to, to cause to burn.
    Ex. The Indians set fire to the ranch.

  • fire expr. set on fire,
    a. to cause to burn.
    Ex. Water poured on lime sets it on fire (Stephen Charnock).
    b. to fill with a feeling or spirit like fire.
    Ex. Enough was carried beyond the sea to set on fire the minds of all (Edward Fr

  • fire expr. take fire, to begin to burn.
    Ex. The soot took fire (Tobias Smollett).

  • fire expr. under fire,
    a. exposed to shooting from the enemy's guns.
    Ex. Soldiers are under fire in a battle.
    b. attacked; blamed.
    Ex. The prime minister was under fire in Parliament for his handling of the budget.

  • fire fire, noun, verb, fired,firing.

  • fire noun 1. flame, heat, and light caused by something burning.
    (SYN) blaze, combustion, conflagration.
    2. something burning.
    3. destruction by burning.
    Ex. A cigarette thrown into the woods in dry weather may start a fire.

  • fire v.i. 1. to begin to burn; burst into flame.
    Ex. Gunpowder will readily fire with a spark (Oliver Goldsmith).
    2. to grow hot, red, or glowing.
    Ex. watching ... the dawn as it fir'd (Andrew Lang).
    3. to become inflamed with anger

  • fire v.t. 1. to cause to burn; set on fire.
    Ex. The Scottish foe has fired his tent (Scott).
    2. to supply with fuel; tend the fire of.
    Ex. to fire a furnace or a boiler.
    3. to dry with heat, especially to bake (as pottery or bricks)

fire in Sanskrit


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