Translation of firefighting in Spanish:


tareas de extinción, n.

Pronunciation /ˈfaɪ(ə)rˌfaɪdɪŋ//ˈfʌɪəˌfʌɪtɪŋ/


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    (de un incendio) tareas de extinción feminine
    before noun firefighting equipment equipo contra incendios masculine
    • Rooms on the second floor of the museum show different aspects of firefighting or fire prevention.
    • The fundamental of good use of aircraft for firefighting is to dispatch early and keep the fire from spreading.
    • This is certainly true of firefighting on naval vessels.
    • Accidents are an unavoidable by-product of firefighting.
    • We were carrying out aggressive firefighting last night but are now monitoring the position there.
    • And, once he gets elected, he promises to make a new study of Montreal firefighting and a fire prevention campaign.
    • Firefighting in the present round of fires is costing about $15 million a day.
    • Firefighting was therefore at the top of the pecking order of Forest Service job prestige.
    • Long hours are dangerous in any industry, and especially so in firefighting.
    • He said, "In 28 years of firefighting I've never seen anything like it."
    • In the early 1980s I was injured and I wasn't fit enough to go back to firefighting.
    • A session in firefighting was also held with many of the seminar attendees performing well.
    • The focus of the unit's recent annual training was structural firefighting.
    • Firefighting is a brotherhood that exists nowhere else in our society.
    • And with its inherent risks, firefighting is certainly not a job for the faint-hearted.
    • Primarily designed for firefighting, Beriev also produces a passenger version.
    • And the strong winds are making firefighting difficult.
    • The full resources were now readily available and offensive firefighting began.
    • They provide or control such essential services as water, electricity, policing, and firefighting.
    • The fabric is ideal for uniforms and apparel for occupations such as firefighting.