Meaning of fire practice in English:

fire practice



  • A fire drill.

    ‘Michael Anderton, 61, from Bridge of Allan, said: ‘At first I thought it was a fire practice.’’
    • ‘Record names of staff taking part in fire practices.’
    • ‘We held, I can assure you, regular fire practices in which we assembled outwith the building.’
    • ‘We know of people who have been left at their desks during a fire practice because nobody bothered to tell them what was going on.’
    • ‘Some churches have already held fire practice during the last hymn, timed the evacuation and noted that in their risk assessment.’