Entry from British & World English dictionary
A firefighter: there’s always a firie nearby to rescue you or your house from flames
More example sentences
- Note the firie up the ladder in the shop.
- I am not questioning the integrity nor the bravery of the NSW "firie", but let's be honest.
- Obviously the young firie showed some promise, as he became captain in 1976 and has held the position ever since.
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