Definition of fire trap in English:

fire trap

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  • A building which would be extremely dangerous if a fire should start due to a lack of precautions such as fire exits.
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    • The building is a fire trap, and the smoke alarms, which used to go off at all times, now don't work.
    • I have inspected the premises, and have concluded that I reside in an outrageous fire trap.
    • ‘It's a fire trap, always has been,’ Chelsea pronounces.

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