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fire pl.feux (noun) Heat and light produced by the combustion of said fuel body. One of the four elements that were supposed to be Nature. Materials in combustion fire. Discharge of a firearm. Light. Light signal. Lighthouse. St. Elmo’s fire: an electrical light phenomenon that sometimes occurs at the top of the masts of ships. [Figuratively] Burning passion. Brightly, inflammation. Fireworks: launch rockets that are luminous figures when they burst. Jump to fire: go to battle. Spelling difficulties: taillights. fireworks. the flares. campfires. with fire and blood. the fire started. be holding. firearms. Tierra del Fuego. a boat fire. Take aim! Fire! firing. fire f.feue, pl.feus (adjective) Died, deceased. (Remainder unchanged when it is placed before the article or possessive late Queen).,
Phenomenon consisting of a heat and light produced by the rapid combustion of a body.
One of the four basic substances of the old chemistry.
Enter spontaneously combusted.
Become very passionate (about something).
Bring something burning bright.
What turn something (usually a pipe, a cigarette).
To break something that was latent.
Excite someone to do something.
Push someone to do something.
Be very angry.
It should not take big risks.
Physical phenomenon related to rapid combustion.
Outbreak of incandescent material was said to exist at the center of the earth.
Fire that burns the damned.
Lightning punish sinners.
,, “ Heat Lightning (Dionne 1909).
Sparks that are formed as a result of atmospheric electricity at the end of the masts or spars of a ship.
Sparks following a sudden departure.
Use its best efforts to succeed in business.
French far-right movement, inspired by fascism.
Area of intense volcanic activity surrounding the earth.
Zodiac signs (Aries, Leo, Sagittarius).
Heat source utilitarian or symbolic, usually in rapid combustion.
Source of heat produced by combustion of something deep and used to heat someone, something or cook something.
Arts using cooking fire (pottery, pottery, glassware, etc.)..
Part of the heater located on the upper surface of a stove, a stove.
Increase fire intensity.
Peak heat when active fire.
Be when it is most busy.
Legal characterizing the temperature and cooking time.
Defects due to overcooking.
Whose cooking can be done at the maximum temperature.
What gets a player in addition to his fixed salary.
Torment of the stake.
Unquenchable fire that stops when a furnace.
That supports the flame.
In direct contact with the flame.
Something that does not last long.
Household property or health.
Accomplish a very great expense.
Use all possible means to achieve its ends.
Fire lit by a troop in camp in the countryside.
Open fire around which the group members gather to spend the evening.
Fire to be lit as a sign of jubilation.
Bonfire that lights the night of Saint John.
(Since the reform of Pius XII) fire lit on the eve of Easter.
Perpetual fire tended by vestal virgins in the Temple of Vesta.
Room where a fireplace.
Acute and long instrument used to cauterize, P. Meton. cauterization performed with this instrument.
Part of a boiler where combustion occurs.
Inhabited house, P. ext. home.
Tax unit used for tax relief until the eighteenth century:
Destruction by burning something fierce.
Burning of the accumulated soot in the chimney pipe.
Fire spreading with a clear head (from AD. Métro 1975).
Heat remaining dormant before bursting (from AD. Métro 1975).
Held for fire fighting.
Sacrifice certain things to not lose everything.
Rushing quickly to see something.
There is no hurry.
Destroyed, ravaged by war, by fighting.
Being in a hurry.
Light produced by something burning.
Fish by torch light which attracts the fish (from AD. Baudre. Fisheries 1827).
Missed the end of something.
Light used to indicate a vessel, vehicle or fixed installations.
Lighting system used to report a motor vehicle.
Luminous device fitted on a vehicle to illuminate the road.
Lighting system permitting or prohibiting the passage of vehicles.
Move while it is forbidden.
Allowing someone to do something.
Lights used to illuminate the scene of a theater.
Make full light on something, someone.
Not realize anything.
Be, to become something very hot.
Remove from heat.
Give the least wise of himself first.
Burning felt after shaving (with AD. Rob.).
Disease caused by ergot.
Very hot, glowing.
Character ardent, passionate (about something, someone).
Under the influence of (something).
Under the influence, under the scope of (something).
With passion, excitement.
(Being full of) passion, passion for something.
Give himself passionately to something / someone.
Strongly express its outrage (for QQC.).
Being in a state of arousal (see Butt C 1).
Color more or less intense as that of fire.
Redness of volcanic origin appearing in the faces of children. (Dict. nineteenth century).
Rash occurring in children during the shoot of the first teeth.
Blast with fulminating.
Weapon using the blast with fulminating.
Effects of colored light produced by the combustion of powders and mixed variously projected into the sky.
Sequence of actions, facts remarkable for their brilliance.
Pyrotechnic mixture burning with a flame and usually colored (supra fireworks).
Artifice is consumed slowly.
Discharge a firearm.
Do not leave.
Miss its goal.
Not last long.
Addressing an issue bluntly.
Take two shots, under fire.
Uninterrupted (of something).
Simultaneous firing of several guns.
Discharge executed by a whole bunch.
Shooting a troupe that draws row by row.
Go cheerfully to battle.
Person in charge to deal with the heating of a large apartment house.