(Austral) a permanent track cleared through the bush to provide access for fire-fighting
[fahyuh r-trap] /ˈfaɪərˌtræp/ noun 1. a building that, because of its age, material, structure, or the like, is especially dangerous in case of . 2. (in a building) any arrangement of structural, flooring, and finish members creating concealed passages through which can spread to other parts of the building. /ˈfaɪəˌtræp/ noun 1. a building that […]
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- Fire-tube boiler
[fahyuh r-toob, -tyoob] /ˈfaɪərˌtub, -ˌtyub/ noun 1. any boiler for generating steam by passing hot gases and other combustible products through tubes (fire tubes) immersed in water to a chimney or uptake.
[fahyuh r-wawl] /ˈfaɪərˌwɔl/ noun 1. a partition made of fireproof material to prevent the spread of a fire from one part of a building or ship to another or to isolate an engine compartment, as on a plane, automobile, etc. 2. a person, thing, or event that acts as a barrier or protection against something […]