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fire truck

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A fire truck, often referred to as a fire engine, is a motor vehicle designed for firefighting operations. It mainly transports firefighters to the scene, provides water to extinguish the fire, and carries other necessary equipment. Linguistically, the term "fire truck" is a compound noun made up of "fire," meaning a destructive burning, and "truck," a large motor vehicle.
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fire

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"Fire" is a noun originating from Old English 'fȳr'. It signifies a state, process, or instance of combustion in which fuel or other material is ignited and combined with oxygen, giving off light, heat, and flame. As a verb, it refers to discharging a gun or other weapon or to dismiss from a job. It's also used metaphorically in phrases like "fire in the belly" to indicate strong passion or motivation.
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