[fahyuh r-gahrd] /ˈfaɪərˌgɑrd/
a person trained in fire prevention and safety:
We’re looking for volunteer fireguards for Sunday’s performance.
a protective framework of wire in front of a fireplace; a fire screen.
a strip of cleared land made to check the spread of a forest or prairie fire; a firebreak.
Also called fire screen. a metal panel or meshed frame put before an open fire to protect against falling logs, sparks, etc
a less common word for firebreak
- Fire hall
noun 1. (US & Canadian) a fire station
noun 1. a helmet worn by a firefighter as a defense against falling materials from burning structures.
[fahyuh r-hawrs] /ˈfaɪərˌhɔrs/ noun 1. a used to pull a horse-drawn .
noun 1. a special heavy-duty hose for use in fighting destructive fires.