Firetrap



[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 would burn easily or one without fire escapes

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