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fire-re·sis·tant

(fīr′rĭ-zĭs′tənt)
adj.
Resistant to damage by fire.
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Adj.1.fire-resistant - difficult to burn
incombustible, noncombustible - not capable of igniting and burning
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fire-resistant

[ˈfaɪərɪˌzɪstənt] ADJignífugo
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