a practice drill for a company of firefighters, the crew of a ship, etc., to train them in their duties in case of fire.
a drill for pupils in a school, employees in a factory, etc., to train them in the manner of exit to be followed in case of fire.
a rehearsal of duties or escape procedures to be followed in case of fire
[fahyuh r-ee-ter] /ˈfaɪərˌi tər/ noun 1. an entertainer who pretends to eat fire. 2. an easily provoked, belligerent person. 3. U.S. History. an early and extreme Southern advocate of secession before the Civil War. noun 1. a performer who simulates the swallowing of fire 2. a belligerent person noun
[fin-ee] /ˈfɪn i/ noun 1. Charles Grandison [gran-di-suh n] /ˈgræn dɪ sən/ (Show IPA), 1792–1875, U.S. clergyman and educator. /ˈfɪnɪ/ noun 1. Albert. born 1936, British stage and film actor: his films include Saturday Night and Sunday Morning (1960), Murder on the Orient Express (1974), and The Gathering Storm (2002) 2. Sir Tom. born 1922, […]
/ˈfɪnə/ noun 1. another name for rorqual
[fin-i-guh nz] /ˈfɪn ɪ gənz/ noun 1. a novel (1922–39) by James Joyce.