[fahyuh r-breyk] /ˈfaɪərˌbreɪk/
a strip of plowed or cleared land made to check the spread of a prairie or forest .
Also fireguard, fire line. a strip of open land in a forest or on a prairie, to arrest the advance of a fire
a measure taken to arrest the advance of anything dangerous or harmful
adjective Fierce; menacing; dragon-like:ABC now planned to swap Ellen with Wednesday’s fire-breathing Grace Under Fire (1591+)
[fahyuh r-brik] /ˈfaɪərˌbrɪk/ noun 1. a made of . /ˈfaɪəˌbrɪk/ noun 1. a refractory brick made of fire clay, used for lining furnaces, flues, etc
noun 1. a group of firefighters, especially as formed temporarily or called upon to assist a fire department in an emergency. 2. a small fire department privately employed by an institution. noun 1. (mainly Brit) an organized body of firefighters
[fahyuh r-buhg] /ˈfaɪərˌbʌg/ noun, Informal. 1. arsonist; incendiary; pyromaniac. /ˈfaɪəˌbʌɡ/ noun 1. (informal) a person who deliberately sets fire to property n. “arsonist,” 1872, from fire (n.) + bug (n.). noun An arsonist; pyromaniac [1872+; fr fire plus bug, ”maniac”]