co-fire

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English[edit]

Etymology[edit]

co- +‎ fire

Verb[edit]

co-fire (third-person singular simple present co-fires, present participle co-firing, simple past and past participle co-fired)

  1. To fire (different types of fuel) together.
    • 1999, John G Webster, Wiley Encyclopedia of Electrical and Electronics Engineering
      Another fuel that has been co-fired with solid wastes is oil shale.
    • 2004, Mary D Archer, James Barber, Molecular to Global Photosynthesis
      At present, co-firing offers the best opportunities for market penetration of biomass.