Translation of wildfire in Spanish:

wildfire

fuego arrasador, n.

Pronunciation /ˈwaɪldˌfaɪ(ə)r//ˈwʌɪl(d)fʌɪə/

noun

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    fuego arrasador masculine
    • A broad cross-section of the community criticised local government, fire and land management authorities at a public forum last night, for not doing enough to stem the spread of wildfire.
    • Franklin knows that the hogan project will not solve all the problems for either the Navajo community or the overstocked forests still threatened by wildfire.
    • A diverse mix of nearly 400 people discussed ways to improve forest health and address wildfire risks through locally driven efforts.
    • The issues of ecosystem management, forest health, and wildfire dominated the work of the Center in its first few years.
    • Now there's movement to reduce the risk of destructive wildfire by increasing conditions for wildfires of renewal.
    • The wildfire near Burbank, California, is spreading and about 60 homeowners have evacuated.
    • A different kind of threat tonight in Colorado, where a massive wildfire is spreading.
    • This is not surprising given the warm winter and early spring, said Larry McHale, West Vancouver supervisor for forestry, trails and wildfire.
    • The wildfire quickly spreads, consuming the thick, dried-out vegetation and almost everything else in its path.
    • Historically, wildfire checked the spread of redcedar.
    • In 1980, what had begun as a small controlled burn to create nesting ground for the bird turned into a massive wildfire, killing a Forest Service worker and engulfing the small village of Mack Lake.
    • Courageous ranch workers had to do their own backfiring, creating a line of burned brush so that the wildfire would not spread across it to other areas, McCullough said.
    • Though fires burn quickly anyway - a 1935 wildfire in the Ocala National Forest burned 35,000 acres in just under four hours - man wants to regulate.
    • Reforestation is an essential step toward restoring forest areas damaged by wildfire.
    • More and more western communities surrounded by forests are responding to the threat of destructive wildfire with a wide range of economic and policy changes.
    • Prolonged dry periods and seasonal high winds in spring help create ideal conditions for wildfire to spread quickly through highly-flammable moorland undergrowth.
    • Basic information such as how hot a fire burned within its perimeters seems essential to guide management actions for rehabilitating burned areas and reducing the risk of destructive wildfire.
    • Wildfire has destroyed forests across the West.
    • The Cedar Fire in San Diego County, which consumed almost 300,000 acres, burned 1,500 homes and killed 14 people, is the single worst wildfire in California history.
    • Tonight a massive wildfire to the northwest of Los Angeles has spread to more than 20,000 acres.