|〈火災で〉||have 《one's house》 burned down|
|〈放火する〉||set fire 《to》|
|〈焼き捨てる〉||throw something into the fire; 【形式ばった表現】 commit something to the flames|
He had his house burnt down in the late fire, and is building himself a new one.
If the house could not be saved from the flames, you might, at least, have brought away the furniture.
He will meddle in everything―poke his nose into everything―thrust his nose into everything―have a finger in every pie―He is a meddler―a busyboy.
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