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fire  Verb
Plural: fires
  1. Translate "fire" to Spanish: despedir, correr del trabajo, echar, cesantear, cesar, correr, dejar cesante, dejar sin trabajo, desemplear, despachar, despachar del trabajo, despedir de un trabajo, despedir del trabajo, echar del trabajo, suspender, cepillarse, cortar el rabo, dar de mano
    English Synonyms of "fire": kick out, lay off, boot, cease, discharge, dismiss, give the ax, let go
    Define meaning of "fire": Terminate the employment of.
  2. Ann fired the gardener, Ana corrió al jardinero.
    The boss fired his secretary today.
    The company terminated 25% of its workers.

  3. Translate "fire" to Spanish: pegar fuego a, abrasar, poner fuego a
    English Synonyms of "fire": put fire to, put on fire, apply fire to, burn down, set alight, set fire to, set on fire
    Define meaning of "fire": Destroy by fire.
  4. They burned the house and his diaries.

  5. Translate "fire" to Spanish: lanzar con fuerza, disparar, tirar
    English Synonyms of "fire": cast, shoot, catapult, eject forcibly, pitch off, throw forcibly, vault
    Define meaning of "fire": Throw forcefully.


  6. Translate "fire" to Spanish: disparar contra, balear, baraustar
    English Synonyms of "fire": shoot, fire at, shoot at, fire against, shoot against
    Define meaning of "fire": Hit with a missile from a weapon. ; Kill by firing a missile.

  7. Translate "fire" to Spanish: detonar
    English Synonyms of "fire": detonate, explode, trigger, trip, discharge, fulminate
    Define meaning of "fire": Cause to go off.; Go off or discharge.
  8. Fire a gun.
    Fire a bullet.
    The gun fired.

  9. Translate "fire" to Spanish: arrojar algo con mucha fuerza
    English Synonyms of "fire": throw something with a great force


  10. Translate "fire" to Spanish: expresar con franqueza y vehemencia
    English Synonyms of "fire": utter with bluntness and vehemence

fire  Noun
  1. Translate "fire" to Spanish: fuego, incendio, conflagración
    English Synonyms of "fire": conflagration
    Define meaning of "fire": A fireplace in which a fire is burning. ; Once thought to be one of four elements composing the universe (Empedocles).
  2. They sat by the fire and talked.

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  3. Translate "fire" to Spanish: entusiasmo, fervor
    English Synonyms of "fire": craze, eagerness, enthusiasm, excitement, keenness, ardor
    Define meaning of "fire": Feelings of great warmth and intensity.
  4. He spoke with great ardor.


  5. Translate "fire" to Spanish: pasión, fuego
    English Synonyms of "fire": passion, desire, fieriness, obsession, ardor, pash
    Define meaning of "fire": Feelings of great warmth and intensity.
  6. He spoke with great ardor.

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  7. Translate "fire" to Spanish: calentador del cuarto
    English Synonyms of "fire": heater used for heating a room

fire  Interjection
  1. Translate "fire" to Spanish: dispare, disparen, fuego
    English Synonyms of "fire": fire away, shoot

Verb Conjugation for "fire"
Gerund: firing

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Conceptually-related expressions of "fire"
a burned child dreads the fire
a burned child fears the fire
a burnt child dreads the fire
ack-ack fire
add fuel to the fire
aerial forest-fire control
against fire
antiaircraft fire
apply fire to
automatic fire alarm
back-fire
ball on fire
bank the fire
baptism of fire
bare strip of land left in the fields to stop propagation of fire
battery fire
be consumed in fire
be in the middle of two fires
be on fire
be under fire
between two fires
blood can boil without the need of fire
brush fire
brush-fire war
brushwood fire
build a fire
build a fire under
burned backfire in fire control
burst of fire
bush fire
by the fire
camp-fire
cast fire
catch fire
catch fire suddenly
catch on fire
cease-fire
cease fire
char directly over the fire
Chiloe fire-eyed diucon
Chinese fire drill
coal fire
come out of the frying pan into the fire
come under fire
contact fire
cover from enemy fire
covering fire
creeping fire
cross fire
cross-fire irradiation
crown fire
curtain fire
curtain of fire
damp down the fire
defensive fire
direct fire
don't keep all your tongs in one fire
douse the fire
electric fire
end-fire antenna
end-fire array
enfilading fire
eternal fire
even snakes fly in a fire
exchange fire
fear of fire
fen fire
fen fires
fire that is set intentionally to slow an approaching forest fire or grassfire
flake of fire
flanking fire
flash fire
flat trajectory fire
forest fire
free-fire zone
friendly fire
frustrated fire
gas fire
get on fire
get on like a house on fire
get out of the frying pan and fall into the fire
get out of the frying pan and into the fire
get out of the frying pan into the fire
get warmed by the fire
give fire
ground fire
hang fire
have a fire-fight
have a warm by the fire
have many irons in the fire
have several irons in the fire
he jumped from the frying pan into the fire
heavy fire
highly flammable material used to ignite a fire
hold one's fire
hold someone's feet to the fire
holding fire
holy fire
horizontal fire
hostile fire
incessant fire
incombustible matter left after a wood or coal or charcoal fire
indirect fire
injure by fire
insurance against fire
intentional fire
interlocking fire
irrational fear of fire
jump from the frying pan into the fire
Kentish fire
large fire
lay the fire
light the fire
like a house on fire
like wild fire
line of fire
liquid fire
log fire
low-angle fire
machine gun fire
mass fire
material used to ignite a fire
medium-size domestic container used for storing coal and feeding the fire
metal rod for poking a fire
miss fire
near the heat of a fire
near the warmth of a fire
obsession with fire
on fire
on the fire
open fire
open fire on
ordeal by fire
out of the frying pan and into the fire
out of the frying pan into the fire
outdoor fire pit
panic in fires
pertaining to fire
phobia of fire
play with fire
plunging fire
poised to fire
portable fire extinguisher
prepare the fire
protected against fire
protection against fire
pull out of the fire
pull the chestnuts out of the fire
put fire to
put on fire
put out the fire
quench fire
quick-fire
rain fire
raking fire
rapid fire
rapid-fire
repeated fire
return fire
ricochet fire
rifle fire
running fire
Saint Anthony's fire
Saint Elmo's fire
scrub fire
set fire to
set fire to oneself
set on fire
set oneself on fire
set the fire
set the fire on
set the Thames on fire
set the world on fire
signal fire
sit by the fire
sleep by the fire
slow fire
smoldering coal in a dying fire
smoldering fire
smouldering fire
snap-fire answer
spatter of fire
St. Anthony's fire
St. Elmo's fire
St. Francis' fire
St. Ulmo's fire
St.Anthony's fire
stamp out the fire
stamp the fire
stand fire
start a fire deliberately
start fire
start the fire
stoke the fire
strike fire
supporting fire
sure-fire
Swainson's fire-eye
take fire
the fat is in the fire
the fat is on the fire
there is no fire without smoke
there is no smoke without fire
there's a fire
there's no smoke without fire
to jump from the frying pan into the fire
toast oneself by the fire
tongue of fire
traverse fire
trunk of a tree destroyed by fire
under enemy fire
under fire
warm oneself by the fire
warm up by the fire
watch fire
we'll have to fight fire with fire
where there is smoke there is fire
where there's smoke there's fire
white-backed fire-eye
white-shouldered fire-eye
willing to fire
wood with fungi used to ignite a fire
you're playing with fire
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