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Noun
/ˈfīrˌfītər/,
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firefighters, plural;
  1. A person whose job is to extinguish fires


  1. fireman: a member of a fire department who tries to extinguish fires
  2. Firefighters, often colloquially called firemen, are rescuers extensively trained primarily to put out hazardous fires that threaten civilian populations and property, to rescue people from car incidents, collapsed and burning buildings and other such situations. ...
  3. Firefighter is a 1986 television film directed by Robert Michael Lewis. The film is based on the true story of Cindy Fralick, the first female firefighter at the Los Angeles Fire Department.
  4. Firefighter is a fireboat serving the New York City Fire Department as Marine Company 9. She was the most powerful diesel-electric fireboat when built in 1938. She has fought more than 50 fires, including upon the S.S. Normandie in 1942.
  5. (Firefighters (The Simple Life episode)) This is a complete list of episodes from the TV series The Simple Life starring Paris Hilton and Nicole Richie. The series included 54 episodes and 2 specials that aired between January 20, 2004 and August 5, 2007 in the United States.
  6. Firefighting is the act of extinguishing destructive fires. A firefighter fights these fires to prevent destruction of life, property and the environment. Firefighting is a highly technical skill that requires that professionals have years of training and education to become proficient.
  7. A person who puts out fires
  8. (firefighters) People who attempt to put out flame wars before they get out of hand.
  9. (Firefighters) Parts that go into action after the exiles have been activated in order to calm the exiles or distract the system from them (dissociation).
  10. (The Firefighters) They carry JoJo off at the end of each show and help build the makeshift stage for JoJo's "spotlight moment."
  11. Any position classified as such under the State statutes and court decisions. The term does not include services in positions that, although connected with fire fighting functions, are not firefighter positions.
  12. People who respond to fire alarms and other emergencies for fire suppression, rescue, and related duties. Formerly called "firemen", but modern term includes women as well.
  13. Any employee, volunteer or agent of any fire agency who occupies, or is designated, to undertake a role for the purpose of fire suppression.
  14. The Firefighter is the one who tries to cool the debate with the introduction of sweet reason. Doomed to failure, because the flame war is essentially a private campaign in a public place - the Firefighters cannot hope to influence anyone, and half the time they probably saw one posting and did ...
  15. the term used to describe operational personnel employed to carryout fire fighting duties