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2 Translation results for fire in Spanish

noun | verb

fire noun

unfavorite favorite play sound
fuego; incendio; ardor, entusiasmo; disparos

Example sentences of
fire noun

  • Stay away from the fire.
  • The shack was destroyed by a fire.
  • Two people died in that terrible fire.
  • How did the fire start?
  • We warmed our hands over the fire.
  • She built a fire in the fireplace.
  • The fire went out and he had to light it again.

Synonyms of
fire noun

fire verb

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fired, has fired, is firing, fires
encender; animar, avivar; despedir (de un trabajo); disparar; cocer (cerámica)

Example sentences of
fire verb

  • She fired the arrow at the target.
  • He fired several shots at the police.
  • She had to fire several workers.
  • He fired at the police.
  • The soldiers fired on the enemy.
  • The shortstop fired the ball to first base.
  • The angry mob fired rocks at him.
  • The boxer fired a left jab at his opponent's chin.
  • The story fired his imagination.
  • The gun failed to fire.

Synonyms of
fire verb

¿Cuál es la diferencia entre estar fired y estar laid off?
  • Fire y lay off son dos verbos que indican la terminación de un empleo por parte del empleador. Se consideran sinónimos pero se usan en contextos diferentes, especialmente en lenguaje formal.
    Un empleador lays off a un empleado si la compañía tiene dificultades financieras o cuando tiene cambios estructurales.
    Un empleador fires a un empleado cuando el empleado hace su tarea de manera insatisfactoria, en caso de mala conducta o si el empleado viola su contrato de empleo.
    Un empleado que fue laid off generalmente recibe ciertos beneficios según la ley, al contrario de un empleado que fue fired. Por lo tanto es importante usar el término correcto en documentos oficiales.

Phrasal verbs for fire

Related phrases for fire

Reverse translation for fire

fuego  - fire, light, flame, burner (on a stove), ardor, passion, skin eruption, cold sore 
incendio  - fire 
ardor  - heat, passion, ardor 
entusiasmo  - enthusiasm 
disparos  - shot 
encender  - to light, to light, to set fire to, to switch on, to start (a motor), to arouse, to kindle 
animar  - to encourage, to inspire, to animate, to enliven, to brighten up, to cheer up 
avivar  - to enliven, to brighten, to strengthen, to intensify 
despedir  (de un trabajo) - to see off, to show out, to dismiss, to fire, to give off, to emit 
disparar  - to shoot, to shoot, to fire, to pay, to treat to, to buy 
cocer  (cerámica) - to cook, to boil 
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