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Meanings of "fire" in Spanish English Dictionary : 151 result(s)

İngilizce İspanyolca
Common
fire quema [f]
fire descargar [v]
fire correr [v]
fire enardecer [v]
fire encender [v]
fire lanzar [v]
fire calentamiento [m]
fire fuego [m]
General
fire llama [f]
fire lumbre [f]
fire quemazón [f] PR
fire disparar [v]
fire dispararse [v]
fire efectuar [v]
fire alimentar [v]
fire cocer [v]
fire espetar [v]
fire tirar [v]
fire exaltar [v]
fire asestar [v]
fire dar de baja [v]
fire descerrajar [v]
fire bombear [v] CO VE
fire despedir [v]
fire antifuego [adj]
fire incendio [m]
fire candela [f]
fire echar [v]
fire quemar [v]
fire calor [m]
fire rogo [m]
fire hoguera [f]
fire estufa [f]
fire (blaze)incendio [f]
fire tatema [f] MX
fire tatemada [f] MX
fire carburar [v]
fire defenestrar [v]
fire licenciar [v]
fire batear [v] MX SV
fire descontinuar (inglés to discontinue) [v] DO
fire fajar [v] PR
fire destutanar [v] DO
fire doblar [v] MX
fire empiyamar [v] CU
fire olivar [v] AR
fire rajar [v] BO PY AR UY
fire tumbar [v] HN EC BO
fire sonarse [v] HN
fire volar [v] GT HN NI CR DO PE BO AR UY
fire siniestro [m]
fire horno [m]
fire tiro [m]
fire disparo [m]
fire quemazón [m] PR
fire materia combustible [f]
fire combustión [f]
fire inspiración poética [f]
fire viveza [f]
fire pasión [f]
fire rabia [f]
fire desgracia [f]
fire persecución [f]
fire candela cuba [f]
fire tortura [f]
fire avivar el fuego [v]
fire excitar [v]
fire animar [v]
fire enojarse [v]
fire enfadarse [v]
fire ardor [m]
fire infortunio [m]
Colloquial
fire dar la boleta [v]
fire deschachar [v] LAM
fire galletear [v] SCN
fire mochar [v] ANS
fire pegar candela a [v]
fire prender candela a [v]
fire echar a la calle [v]
fire tronar [v] HN NI CU BO
fire juego [m] HN SV
Idioms
fire volarle la gallina [v] HN NI
fire mandar a chapalearse [v] HN SV
fire mandar a la china [v] GT
fire mandar a la droga [v] GT HN SV NI CU
fire mandar a la droga [v] GT SV
fire mandar a la punta [v] GT
fire mandar a la punta del chorizo [v] GT
fire mandar a la punta del cuerno [v] GT
fire mandar cortado [v] CL
fire echar por el desvío [v] CL
fire pasar el peine [v] HN NI
fire volar plomo [v] GT HN CR
Slang
fire bolear [v]
fire botar [v]
Business
fire incendiar [v]
fire despedir [v]
Safety
fire lumbre [f]
fire incendio [m]
Insurance
fire incendio rayo y explosión
Law
fire expulsar [v]
fire pegar [v]
fire despedir [v]
fire dejar cesante
Engineering
fire chispa [f]
fire activar [v]
fire encender [v]
fire dar corriente [v]
fire disparar [v]
fire calentamiento [m]
fire disparo [m]
fire fuego [m]
fire tiro [m]
fire fuego [m]
fire incendio [m]
fire comportamiento del fuego
fire baliza luminosa
Physics
fire lumbre [f]
fire incendio [m]
Food Engineering
fire hornear [v]
fire encender [v]
Geology
fire incendio [m]
Veterinary
fire cauterizar [v]
Construction
fire lumbre [f]
fire fuego [m]
fire incendio [m]
Dam Terms
fire detonar [v]
Technical
fire activar [v]
fire dar fuego [v]
fire caldear [v]
fire cebarse [v]
fire abrasar [v]
fire inflamarse [v]
fire incendiar [v]
fire cañonear [v]
fire dar corriente [v]
fire inflamar [v]
fire tronar MX
Maritime
fire luces [f/pl]
Mining
fire hacer saltar [v]
Petrol
fire fuego [m]
Mineralogy
fire encenderse [v]
Energy
fire fuego [m]
Military
fire descarga [f]
fire abrir fuego [v]
fire disparar [v]
fire ¡fuego! [interj]
Ceramic
fire encender [v]
Arts
fire valentía [f]
Gas
fire lumbre [f]
fire incendio [m]

Meanings of "fire" with other terms in English Spanish Dictionary : 500 result(s)

İngilizce İspanyolca
Common
fire from a job despedir [v]
set fire to incendiar [v]
fire extinguisher matafuegos [m]
fire (forest/building) incendio [m]
release fire fuego [m]
fire extinguisher matafuego [m]
General
fire-raiser incendiaria [f]
fire engine autobomba [f]
fire station bomba [f]
fire brigade bomba [f]
fire engine motobomba [f]
fire at abalear [v] EC PE CO VE CAR PY
catch fire incendiarse [v]
set on fire inflamar [v]
catch fire inflamarse [v]
catch fire prenderse [v]
put out the fire apagar el fuego [v]
play with fire jugar con fuego [v]
light the fire encender el fuego [v]
open fire romper el fuego [v]
fire-resistant ignífugo [adj]
fire-resistant incombustible [adj]
fire-resistant ininflamable [adj]
fire-raiser incendiario [m]
fire-break cortafuego [m]
fire-resistant ignífuga [adj/f]
set on fire prender fuego [v]
fire extinguisher extinguidor [m]
fire stop cortafuegos [m]
wire fire-screen alambrera [f]
pointing fire-arms asestadura [f]
fire-engine aguatocha [f]
flash of fire centella [f]
flake of fire chispa [f]
fire-shovel badil [f]
fire-pan chofeta [f]
fire-pan chufeta [f]
back-fire made to prevent the spread of a forest fire contracandela [f] CU
chamber (fire-arm/mine) cámara [f]
fire-pan copa [f]
charge (fire-arms/mines) carga [f]
fire-engine bomba [f]
sound made by a chestnut bursting in the fire castañetada [f]
butt-end of fire-arms culata [f]
bursh fire brusca [f]
brushwood-fire chamada [f]
brushwood-fire chámara [f]
piece of forest where the wood has been scorched by fire chamicera [f]
large fire hoguera [f]
poking the fire hurgonada [f]
setting on fire ignición [f]
fire-wood leña [f]
pointing of fire-arms puntería [f]
mark/hurt by fire quemadura [f]
fire-worship pirolatría [f]
fire-fly luciérnaga [f]
fire-marble lumaquela [f]
great fire lumbrada [f]
blaze of fire llamarada [f]
fire shovel pala [f]
fire-shovel paleta [f]
little fire-shovel paletilla [f]
second charge of fire-arms recarga [f]
charge of fire-arms munición [f]
fire-grate of a furnace saballera [f]
fire-sprite salamandra [f]
salute (fire-arms) salva [f]
fire-cracker trabuca [f]
great fire lumbrerada [f]
brushwood-fire chamarasca [f]
appear (a fire) amagar [v] EC
set on fire abrasar [v]
fire a cannon asestar [v]
fire shrapnel ametrallar [v]
ram or force the charge into fire-arms atacar [v]
stir up (fire) alegrar [v]
stir the fire with a poker atizar [v]
cover from flank fire desenfilar [v]
emit fire desfogar [v]
fire upon the enemy's batteries contrabatir [v]
carry a ball of a definite size (fire-arms) calzar [v]
uncock fire-arms desmontar [v]
load (fire-arms/battery) cargar [v]
unload a fire-arm descargar [v]
unprime fire-arms descebar [v]
set on fire conflagrar [v]
prime a fire-arm cebar [v]
feed a fire, furnace/lamp cebar [v]
poke the fire escarbar [v]
fire a gun repeatedly escopetear [v]
fire with passion enardecer [v]
fire off encajar [v]
hold someone under aim with a fire-arm encañonar [v]
level fire-arms encarar [v]
take cover from the enemy's fire espaldonarse [v]
jam (fire-arms) encasquillarse [v]
set fire to encender [v]
take fire encenderse [v]
poke the fire hurgonear [v]
habituate to the discharge of fire-arms foguear [v]
cook meat over a slow fire estovar [v]
set on fire incendiar [v]
catch (fire) pegar [v]
dress meat with a slow fire rehogar [v]
extinguish (a fire) matar [v]
take fire prender [v]
discharge (fire-arms) tirar [v]
stir up a fire tizonear [v]
fire a salute saludar [v]
cook meat over a slow fire rehogar [v]
discharge (fire-arms) descargar [v]
like fire (poetry) ardiente [adj]
fire-trimming atizador [adj]
live (as fire) vivo [adj]
fire-irons asnico [m] rur. rare
fire beacon ángaro [m] disused
fire-poker atizadero [m]
fire-poker atizador [m]
fire-engine apagaincendios [m] rare
fire-extinguisher apagaincendios [m] rare
flying of a spark from the fire and damage it causes chispazo [m]
blow with a fire-shovel badilazo [m]
fire lane cortafuego [m]
recoil of fire-arms/crossbow desabrimiento [m]
fire-shovel used for cooking by shepherds cubrepán [m]
small fire-pan braserillo [m]
fire pan brasero [m]
blow with the butt-end of a fire-arm culatazo [m]
watch fire fuego [m]
beacon-fire fuego [m]
fire-place fuego [m]
firing of fire-arms fuego [m]
small fire fueguecillo [m]
fire-extinguisher extintor [m]
ejector (a fire-arm) eyector [m]
steel for striking fire with a flint eslabón [m]
fire-place hogar [m]
fire-rake hurgón [m]
fire-poker hurgonero [m]
fire-worshipper ignícola [m]
small fire foguezuelo [m]
fire-screen guardahúmo [m]
sugar-cane fire-water guaro [m] CAM
hair-spring of a watch or fire-arms pelo [m]
fire-engine matafuego [m]
provision of fire wood leñame [m]
subterraneous fire pirofilacio [m]
fire-worshipper pirólatra [m] disused
fire work-maker polvorista [m]
fire-arms rayo [m]
fire-cracker triquitraque [m]
cross-fire tiroteo [m]
fire poker tizonero [m]
report of fire-arms trueno [m]
st. elmo's fire santelmo [m]
report of fire-arms traquido [m]
small fire fueguezuelo [m]
back-fire made to prevent the spread of a forest fire contrafuego [m]
fire-break cortafuegos [m]
fire lane cortafuegos [m]
small fire fueguecito [m]
cross-fire fuego cruzado [m]
red marks on legs caused by fire cabras [f/pl]
marks on the legs, produced by continual proximity to the fire cabrillas [f/pl]
fire-trimming atizadora [adj/f]
live (as fire) viva [adj/f]
warning fire almenara (árabe) [f]
stoke a fire with a fan abanar [v] AL CI
fire up acalorar [v]
set fire to alquitranar [v] disused
fire on ametrallar [v]
blow from a fire poker aguzonazo [m]
fire rake allegador [m]
set fire to alquitranado [m]
fire into the air disparar al aire [loc/v]
on fire en fuego [adv]
fire grate rejilla [f]
device which is used to make fire cerilla [f]
fast-burning fire llama [f]
fast-burning fire llamarada [f]
light produced by fire lumbre [f]
vigil fire luminaria [f]
signal fire almenara [f]
cooking stones/supports in triangular configuration over wood fire topia  [f] VE
stone fire pit binde [f] CO:N
an iron rod with a simple symbol or mark, heated in a fire and used to brand livestock calimba [f] CU disused
an iron rod with a simple symbol or mark, heated in a fire and used to brand livestock carimba [f] CU AR
fire engine bomba de incendios [f] CL
fire truck bomba [f] MX PA
fire truck bomba de incendios [f] CL
person who collects dried grass to start a fire acahualera [f] MX rare rur.
perforated vessel for fire flies cucuyera [f] CU DO
indigenous boat made from a single tree trunk that is hollowed out using an ax and fire curiara [f] CO:E VE
yellow fire chili pepper charapilla [f] PE
fire poker china [f] CO
place/construction suitable for lighting a fire and barbecuing (usually open air) churrasquera [f] BO AR UY
fire cracker cañita voladora [f] AR UY
big fire candela [f] PR VE
children's game in which players occupy different places around a child in the center looking to take the place of one of the others pretending to ask for fire while they exchange positions candelita [f] VE
primer (fire arm or explosive) ceba [f] AR:Nw
fire-break guardarraya [f] MX:Se GT
fire lane guardarraya [f] MX:Se GT
rock lined fire pit conchana [f] AR:Nw
stick with fire hardened tip for digging earth coa [f] CU DO disused
person who tends to a fire in a rock lined fire pit conchanera [f] AR:Nw
suppression fire contracandela [f] CU PR
fire in a rock lined fire pit conchana [f] AR:Nw
ceramic fire pit concha [f] BO
fire place hornilla [f] PR
fire poker kistuña [f] BO:W
fire stoker kistuña [f] BO:W
control and seizure of fire arms by an authority despistolización [f] MX GT HN SV police
machine-gun fire parada [f] GT
fire iron quistuña [f] BO
fire bellows pucuna [f] PE:S BO
fire fan pucuna [f] BO:E
fire sprinkler system red húmeda [f] CL
fire sprinkler system red seca [f] CL
fire road ronda [f] GT HN SV NI PA
clearing weeds ahead of fire season roza [f] HN CR VE rur.
fire line ronda [f] GT HN SV NI PA
fire break ronda [f] GT HN SV NI PA
machine to dry and toast yerba mate leaves in cylinders heated by fire sapecadora [f] AR:Ne
stone placed to form a fire tuchpa [f] PE:E rur.
three stones to hold utensils, where a fire is lit tulipa [f] EC rur.
three stones to hold utensils, where a fire is lit tulpa [f] CO:Sw VE EC:N PE rur.
fire blower sopladera [f] CO:C
set fire to inflamar [v]
discharge (fire) despedir [v]
cook with a low fire rehogar [v]
stir the fire encandilar [v]
fire at abalear [v]
fire a salute to saludar [v]
(fire) to break out desatarse (un incendio) [v]
(fire) to start empezar (un incendio) [v]
(fire) die down extinguirse (el fuego) [v]
(fire) to start iniciarse (un incendio) [v]
(fire) to break out producirse (un incendio) [v]
set fire prender fuego [v]
set fire pegar fuego [v]
set oneself on fire autocremarse [v]
fire up enfervorizar [v]
shoot/fire with a machine gun ametrallar [v]
extinguish (fire) apagar [v]
start a fire encender [v]
fire up encender [v]
fire up arrancar [v]
fire up prender [v]
fire a weapon detonar [v]
fire a weapon apretar el gatillo [v]
fire a shot disparar [v]
fire a shot tirar [v]
catch fire prender [v]
open fire on someone abrir fuego contra alguien [v]
fire away abrir fuego [v]
fire an employee despedir a una empleada [v]
fire an employee despedir a un empleado [v]
fire at point-blank range disparar a quemarropa [v]
set fire to something prender fuego a algo [v]
set something on fire pegar fuego a algo [v]
set fire to something pegar fuego a algo [v]
set something on fire prender fuego a algo [v]
set fire to something incendiar algo [v]
set something on fire incendiar algo [v]
catch on fire prenderse fuego [v]
catch fire prenderse fuego [v]
fire someone echar a alguien [v]
fire someone despedir a alguien [v]
spit fire echar fuego por la boca [v]
sit by the fire sentarse junto al fuego [v]
put wood on the fire echar leña al fuego [v]
open fire empezar a disparar [v]
open fire abrir fuego [v]
extinguish a fire sofocar un incendio [v]
open fire on abrir fuego a [v]
light the fire encender la lumbre [v]
set something on fire prenderle fuego a algo [v]
set fire to something prenderle fuego a algo [v]
cause a fire provocar un incendio [v]
cause a fire causar un incendio [v]
fire someone echarle [v]
extinguish the fire apagar el fuego [v]
extinguish the fire extinguir el [v]
put out a fire apagar un fuego [v]
put out a fire apagar un incendio [v]
extinguish a fire apagar un incendio [v]
extinguish a fire apagar un fuego [v]
put out a fire extinguir el incendio [v]
extinguish a fire extinguir el incendio [v]
extinguish a fire extinguir el fuego [v]
put out a fire extinguir el fuego [v]
stoke the fire atizar el fuego [v]
stoke the fire avivar el fuego [v]
build a fire prender fuego [v]
build a fire hacer fuego [v]
open fire disparar [v]
fire a shot hacer un disparo [v]
fire a shot disparar un tiro [v]
fire a shot pegar un tiro [v]
extinguish the fire sofocar el fuego [v]
quench the fire sofocar el fuego [v]
call the fire department llamar a los bomberos [v]
stoke the fire with a makeshift fan abanar [v] DO VE UY
fire into the air hacer disparos al aire [v]
fire a bullet disparar una bala [v]
light the fire encender la chimenea [v]
bring a fire under control controlar un incendio [v]
bring a fire under control tener un incendio bajo control [v]
fan a fire (with an improvised fan) abanar [v] DO VE UY
set fire to something atizar [v] BO
approach the fire the wood that remains intact atizonar [v] DO PR rur.
stoke the fire atizonar [v] DO PR rur.
stoke the fire of stoves or fireplaces with a blower aventar [v] EC
call in a fire reportar un incendio [v]
fire (someone) barrer [v] HN SV NI PY
fire someone from a job botar [v] MX GT HN SV NI PA CU DO PR CO VE EC PE BO CL AR
soften banana leaves lightly on the fire amartiguar [v] PR
fire somebody from his/her job bailarse [v] HN SV
fire someone from their job desbancar [v] GT
fire someone from their job/position desgañotar [v] HN NI
fire someone from their job desbarrancar [v] NI
fire a worker/employee desgomar [v] DO
fire someone from their job desburrumbar [v] NI
fire someone from their job descabezar [v] HN NI BO PY
fire someone from their job deschambar [v] HN
fire someone from their job descharchar (inglés discharge) [v] GT HN SV NI PA
fire someone from their job deschorchar [v] HN:N SV
fire or dismiss someone without previous warning from a job or position challar [v] CL
fire or lay off an employee cesantear [v] HN SV NI CU DO PR VE PY AR
lay someone off: fire someone chicharronear [v] NI
pull the trigger to fire a gun gatillar [v] BO CL PY AR UY
pull the trigger to fire a gun gatillar [v] BO PY AR UY
fire a weapon gatillar [v] PY UY
fire a shot at someone cohetear [v] HN SV
fire someone from their job corcholear [v] NI
fire someone from their job cortar [v] CL rare
fire someone from their job cortar [v] HN
fire a gun jalar [v] HN
take measures against the use of fire arms despistolizar [v] MX GT SV police
fire a mortar morterear [v] HN NI CU BO
fire a saltpeter miner palomear [v] CL:N disused
fire a gun percutar [v] CL
fire a gun percutar [v] HN PA delinq.
fire a dud pistonear [v] VE
fire someone raspar [v] VE BO
fire someone quebrar [v] HN
clear weeds ahead of fire season rondar [v] HN SV NI rur.
fire someone sacudirse [v] HN
dry and roast yerba mate leaves near a fire sapecar [v] AR:Ne
dry and roast yerba mate leaves near a fire sapecar [v] PY rur.
fire someone reventar [v] HN
lightly cook over fire suasar [v] HN NI
chase and fire at venadear [v] MX GT HN SV NI
fire-scarred chamuscado [adj]
fire-retarding ignífugo [adj]
fire scarred chamuscado [adj]
who collects dried grass to start a fire acahualero [adj] MX rare rur.
fire someone descharchalar [adj] NI
who enjoys warming themselves by a rock lined fire pit conchanero [adj] AR:Nw
loaded and ready to fire montado [adj] HN
cracked in the fire vencido [adj] HN
ready, aim, fire listos [interj]
ready, aim, fire apunten [interj]
ready, aim, fire fuego [interj]
fire fighting contraincendio [m]
fire-water aguardiente [m]
fire monitor vigilante [m]
fire extinguisher extintor de incendios [m]
fire-beetle piróforo [m]
fire beetle carbunco [m] CR
someone that is obsessed with fire pirómano [m]
crime of setting a fire incendio provocado [m]
crime of setting a fire incendio premeditado [m]
back fire contrafuego [m]
device which is used to make fire fósforo [m]
device which is used to make fire cerillo [m]
device which is used to make fire misto [m]
device which warns people of a possible fire alarma anti-incendio [m]
fire alarm (device) alarma anti-incendio [m]
fire department cuerpo de bomberos [m]
fire engine coche de bomberos [m]
fire extinguisher extintor [m]
tool which is used to start a fire incendiario [m]
tool which is used to start a fire encendedor [m]
fire station parque de bomberos [m]
greek fire fuego griego [m]
forest fire incendio forestal [m]
friendly fire fuego amigo [m]
fast-burning fire fogonazo [m]
fire extinguisher (américa latina) extinguidor [m]
fire extinguisher apagafuegos [m]
utensil similar to a fan used to stoke the fire in stoves/fireplaces (made of straw, bulrush or other similar material) aventador [m] EC
utensil similar to a fan used to stoke the fire in stoves/fireplaces (made of straw, bulrush or other similar material) aventador [m] MX rur.
fan made from palm tree buds (used to fan a wood fire) báquitú [m] BO
person who removes the honey from the fire and signals when it is ready to be made into sugar loaf (sugar industry) bandero [m] HN
big fire gran fuego [m]
an iron rod with a simple symbol or mark, heated in a fire and used to brand livestock calimbo [m] PR BO:E,S
dry and high grass of fallow used to light the fire achagual [m] MX
dry and high grass of fallow used to light the fire achagual [m] MX
dry and high grass of fallow used to light the fire acahual [m] MX
small fire extinguisher bomberito [m] UY
fire arm bufoso [m] CL AR UY
person who collects dried grass to start a fire acahualero [m] MX rare rur.
wooden frame for building the fire bull (loaded with fireworks and carried around town during festivals) cacaste [m] HN SV NI
wooden frame for building the fire bull (loaded with fireworks and carried around town during festivals) cacastle [m] MX GT
drum-fire tambor para asar [m]
group of fire flies fluttering in one place cucuyero [m] PR
god in the yoruba religion that represents thunder, justice, virility, dance, and fire in santeria ceremonies changó [m] NI DO PR
place/construction suitable for lighting a fire and barbecuing (usually open air) churrasquero [m] BO AR UY
fire screen chispero [m] UY
flame that arises from a fire and goes out quickly fogaje [m] EC rare
fire extinguisher estinguidor (inglés extinguisher) [m] US MX PR BO PY
fire extinguisher extinguidor (inglés extinguisher) [m] US MX GT HN SV NI CR PA CU PR CO VE EC PE BO CL PY AR UY
place where the fire it lit for cooking, on ranches and farms fogón [m] MX PA CU DO VE EC BO CL PY AR rur.
fire pit in the floor that uses firewood or some other fuel fogón [m] GT PE CL PY AR UY
fire truck carro bomba [m] BO CL
fire cracker canchinflín [m] GT HN SV
deity of great prestige in santo domingo, symbolized by fire candelón [m] DO
deity who enjoys great prestige in santo domingo, has a fire symbol, red color and likes rum, tobacco and dance candeló [m] DO
large and intense fire fuegal [m] HN rur.
large and intense fire fuegaral [m] HN
fire hydrant grifo [m] CL
soot or smut that sticks to a container that has been exposed to fire contil [m] NI CR:Nw rur.
person who tends to a fire in a rock lined fire pit conchanero [m] AR:Nw
fire line contrafuego [m] HN CO VE
annihilating fire fuego destructor [m]
annihilation fire fuego exterminador [m]
annihilation fire incendio destructor [m]
fire arm hierro [m] CU
bunch of branches or splinters of montezuma pine that is set on fire and used for illumination hachón [m] GT HN
bunch of branches or splinters of montezuma pine that is set on fire and used for illumination achón [m] HN
swedish fire log jacho [m] DO
palm frond fire poker ebeje [m] BO:E
artificial fire lit with a mix of saltpeter, coal ,or artificial sodium carbonate salitrón [m] CL:N
drying and roasting yerba mate leaves near fire sapecado [m] AR:Ne
drying and roasting yerba mate leaves near fire sapeco [m] AR:Ne
insurance fire turcocircuito [m] HN
fire pan tlecuil [m] MX
fire pan tlecuile [m] MX
fire blower soplador [m] GT EC
fire blower soplafuego [m] BO:W
stones to hold a fire tacán [m] CO:N rur.
fire clay tofo [m] CL
fire blower abanico [m] EC
fire bull torito [m] GT PE
fire bull toroencuetado [m] HN
fire bull torofuego [m] HN
trivet to hold a container in a fire trebe [m] GT SV PY AR UY
call taker (fire brigade) operador u operadora que contesta a una llamada para despachar a una brigada de bomberos [m/f]
call taker (fire brigade) recepcionista de llamadas (brigada de bomberos) [m/f]
street or circus artist who performs tricks with fire escupefuego [m/f] CL rare
fire breather escupefuego [m/f] CL rare
(fire) die down amainar (el fuego/el viento) [n]
set of three stones on which a container is set over a fire estopias [f/pl] VE:W
quartz for starting a fire centellas [f/pl] HN
three stones to hold utensils, where a fire is lit tulpas [f/pl] BO:E rur.
on fire a fuego [loc/adj] PR teen
fire (someone) dar boleto [loc/v]
fire brigade servicio de incendios
arc of fire sector de tiro
slow fire fuego lento
trial by fire prueba de fuego
fire alarm alarma anti-incendio
fire alarm alarma de incendios
back fire deflagración de escape
fire alarm (device) alarma de incendios
device which warns people of a possible fire alarma de incendios
fire brigade brigada de bomberos
fire department brigada de bomberos
fire escape escalera de escape de incendios
fire brigade cuerpo de bomberos
chinese fire drill simulacro de incendio de china
gas fire [uk] estufa de gas
electric fire estufa eléctrica
cease-fire alto el fuego
fire door puerta cortafuegos
fire escape escalera de incendios
fire engine coche de bomberos
fire extinguisher extintor de incendios
fire station parque de bomberos
fire alarm alarma antiincendios
the fire went out el fuego se apagó
fire at close range tiro a corta distancia
fire at short range tiro a corta distancia
fire point-blank tiro a corta distancia
forest fire incendio forestal
cease fire el cese al fuego
cease fire cese de hostilidades
fire drill simulacro de fuego
baptism by fire prueba de fuego
fire-resistant suit traje ignífugo
fire extinguisher el extintor de incendios
friendly fire fuego amigo
cross fire fuego cruzado
baptism by fire bautismo de fuego
baptism of fire bautismo de fuego
fire district distrito de protección contra incendios
fire alarm technician técnico de alarmas para incendio
fire station estación de bomberos
fire systems engineer ingeniero de sistemas contra incendios