[fahyuh r-pluhg] /ˈfaɪərˌplʌg/
another name (esp US and NZ) for fire hydrant
1713, from fire (n.) + plug (n.).
noun, Chemistry. 1. the lowest temperature at which a volatile liquid, after its vapors have been ignited, will give off vapors at a rate sufficient to sustain combustion.
[fahyuh r-pol-ish] /ˈfaɪərˌpɒl ɪʃ/ verb (used with object), Glassmaking. 1. to smooth (glass) by reheating to remove tool marks or other imperfections in the surface.
noun 1. the part of a household furnace in which the fire is made.
[fahyuh r-pou-er] /ˈfaɪərˌpaʊ ər/ noun 1. the capability of a military force, unit, or weapons system as measured by the amount of gunfire, number of missiles, etc., deliverable to a target. 2. the capability or potential, as of an organization, for action or achieving results.