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fireroom definition

  • noun:
    • Same as stokehold, here.
    • A room or room at the furnaces or steam-boilers on a ship, devoted to the handling of the boilers and availability of the furnaces with coal. Also called stoke-hole.
    • Same as stokehold, here.
    • identical to stokehold, below.
    • a-room or area in front of the furnaces or steam-boilers on a ship, dedicated to the management of the boilers therefore the availability of the furnaces with coal. Also referred to as stoke-hole.
    • (nautical) chamber or storage space when the furnaces of a ship are stoked or fired
    • an area or area as you're watching furnaces or steam-boilers on a ship, devoted to the management of the boilers together with method of getting the furnaces with coal. Also known as stoke-hole.
    • identical to stokehold, below.
    • (nautical) chamber or compartment where furnaces of a ship tend to be stoked or fired
    • (nautical) chamber or storage space in which the furnaces of a ship tend to be stoked or fired
    • a-room or room at the furnaces or steam-boilers on a ship, specialized in the management of the boilers together with availability of the furnaces with coal. Also known as stoke-hole.
    • (nautical) chamber or storage space where the furnaces of a ship are stoked or fired
    • Same as stokehold, below.
    • just like stokehold, the following.
    • a space or room at the furnaces or steam-boilers on a ship, specialized in the management of the boilers and the way to obtain the furnaces with coal. Also known as stoke-hole.
    • a-room or room while watching furnaces or steam-boilers on a ship, devoted to the handling of the boilers therefore the way to obtain the furnaces with coal. Also referred to as stoke-hole.
    • (nautical) chamber or compartment where furnaces of a ship are stoked or fired
    • (nautical) chamber or compartment when the furnaces of a ship are stoked or fired
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