[fahyuh r-fluhd] /faɪərˌflʌd/
a procedure designed to extract more oil from a well by injecting compressed air into the ground and burning some of the oil to increase the flow.
World-Wide Web A complete free, open-source web browser from the Mozilla Foundation and therefore a true code descendent of Netscape Navigator. The first non-beta release was in late 2004. Firefox Home (http://mozilla.org/products/firefox). (2005-01-26)
noun 1. a process of gilding metalwork in which the metal base is coated with an amalgam of gold and mercury, the latter subsequently being driven off by heat.
[fahyuh r-gahrd] /ˈfaɪərˌgɑrd/ noun 1. a person trained in fire prevention and safety: We’re looking for volunteer fireguards for Sunday’s performance. 2. a protective framework of wire in front of a fireplace; a fire screen. 3. a strip of cleared land made to check the spread of a forest or prairie fire; a firebreak. /ˈfaɪəˌɡɑːd/ […]
- Fire hall
noun 1. (US & Canadian) a fire station